GOSIA WLODARCZAK will be showing her work Tablecloth for 10 + documentation: a performance from the Museum of Contemporary Art in Melbourne from April 8 - 26 June. This work is part of Contemporary Australian Drawings, an exhibition to be held at RMIT Gallery, 344 Swanston Street. The exhibition is in association with the International Drawing Conference Drawing Out held at RMIT University.
The Nefes Ensemble featuring PETER DAVERINGTON on the Turksih Ney Flute will be performing three concerts as part of the upcoming Adelaide Arts Festival in South Australia. The concerts will be a collaboration between two ensembles of sacred music. The program is a dialogue between Turkish Sufi music of and around the 17th Century and the rarely performed Rosary Sonatas of Heinrich von Biber from 17th Century Europe. All performed on Period and Ottoman instruments.
Recordings of the performances will be broadcast live on ABC Classic FM on the 3rd, 4th and 5th of March at 6.30pm. More information here.
GOSIA WLODARCZAK will fly to the US to undertake the Australia Council Studio Residency in New York in March. Gosia will be developing a drawing project during this time - Between Visit & Migration.
GOSIA WLODARCZAK has been selected as a finalist in the International Print Triennial in Krakow, Poland and Kunstlerhaus, Vienna, Austria. Her Process Capsule prints will be exhibited in Krakow from 16th September until 11th October 2009 and in Vienna from 6th May until 13th June 2010. For more information click here.
GOSIA WLODARCZAK's print Process Capsule Ezri - Day 1 has been selected as a 2009 Print Council of Australia Print Commission. Wlodarczak is the only Victorian to be selected out of 8 Australian finalists.
Wlodarczak has been invited to screen her film trilogy Desire 1, 2 & 3 at the Bellingham Electronic Arts Festival (BEAF). The event will run from 29th April - 2nd May 2009. The festival has been organised by the Western University, Bellingham, Washington state, USA. For more information click here.
Gosia has also been selected for an exhibition Degrees of Density, curated by Marilyn Symmes at Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn, NY, USA. Exhibition dates 6 June - 12 July. She is also a finalist in the 2009 Darebin La Trobe Art Prize to be held at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre 26 June - 1 August.
GOSIA WLODARCZAK has been invited to be part of The Ikea Home Project to mark the 30th birthday of the iconic KLIPPAN sofa. The resulting works by more than 20 artists will be exhibited at Carriage Works from 28th July - 4 August and sold via an online auction event. Proceeds for the auction will be given as a cash donation to the Victorian Bushfire Relief Effort. For more information please click here.
GOSIA WLODARCZAK has been accepted into the 2009 Geelong acquisitive print award.
Wlodarczak has been curated into a major drawing show Walk the Line: New Australian Drawing at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney. The show opens to the public March 17th 2009. For more information please click here.
Wlodarczak is the proud recipient of an Australia Council for the Arts Skills and Arts Development Studio Residency Grant at Greene Street Studio in New York. The residency will be from March - July 2010. Her performative drawing project is titled Between Visit & Migration.
Wlodarczak has been invited to contribute to the next drawing conference at COFA in Sydney in September/October 2008. The conference is organised by Michael Esson and the International Drawing Research Institute (IDRI). The conference will have a range of activities with an emphasis on the performative aspects of drawing.
Congratulations to ROSE FARRELL/GEORGE PARKIN and GOSIA WLODARCZAK whose works were recently acquired by the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery's 2008 National Works on Paper. For more information please click here.
Wlodarczak has been selected to exhibit at the Kentler International Drawing Space in Red Hook, Brooklyn in 2008. The show entitled Sharing Space will incorporate performance and drawing practices. Exhibition dates: 28th March - 4th May 2008.
Wlodarczak has recently been included in The Drawing Centre of New York's Viewing Program and Artist Registry. Wlodarczak has been chosen to be a part of the initial group to set up the first online portfolios viewable to the public. The Drawing Centre will be donating their collection of artist files to the Museum of Modern Art's Artist Files Archive. Wlodarczak's file will be one of many to be donated. For more information, please click here.