brimbank,
08
April
2015
|
06:46
Australia/Melbourne

Brimbank Art Exhibitions in April

Déjà vu
Open until 19 April.

Artist Elena Elefterescu explores connections between art, science, technology and spirituality in her exhibition ‘Déjà vu’, which is open at Sunshine Art Spaces Gallery in Sunshine.

Elena finds unique inspiration from the abstract nature of cell structures only seen under a microscope, prompting her to speculate about the ‘Déjà vu’ between cells of which living matter is made.

Sunshine Art Spaces Gallery
2 City Place
Sunshine

Contact Elena for opening times on 0411 028 015.

 

Click of the West: 27 Years Documenting Melbourne's West
From Friday 10 – Sunday 19 April

Click of the West: 27 years documenting Melbourne's West by Des Johnson displays one man’s meticulous documentation of the changes and development of Sunshine and Melbourne's West.

Photographer, Des Johnson, has lived in Sunshine for many years. His photographs document changes in Sunshine over a period of 27 years and are of considerable local significance as they reveal the changing face of the area through time, investment and development.

Hunt Club Community Arts Centre
775 Ballarat Road
Deer Park
Tel: 9249 4600


Industries of Sunshine and Districts 1860s to 1950s
From Friday 10 – Sunday 19 April.

Industries of Sunshine and Districts 1860s to 1950s celebrates Sunshine’s industrial history, looking beyond the well-known Sunshine Harvester Works.

Sunshine and District Historical Society organised the exhibition. It includes photographs, objects and printed material that reference Sunshine Pottery; Phoenix Fireworks Factory; ICI and Nettlefords screw and fastening works.

Sunshine and District Historical Society has a broad collection of material that is regarded as a community asset.

These exhibitions form part of Brimbank City Council's activities for Heritage Week which run from Saturday 11 – Sunday 19 April, 2015.

Hunt Club Community Arts Centre
775 Ballarat Road
Deer Park
Tel: 9249 4600