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    OPENING EVENT | Articulation: Language, Object, Space + Elsewhere: Kirralee Robinson

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    Join us at Ipswich Art Gallery for an evening of celebration for the opening of our latest exhibitions, Articulation: Language, Object, Space + Elsewhere: Kirralee Robinson.  Articulation features thought-provoking works from 14 innovative designers, exploring the dynamic interplay between language and its significant impact on our cultural, social, and political landscapes through the lens of design and spatial interpretation.  Elsewhere, a sculptural exhibition by local artist Kirralee Robinson, delves into the realm of light, optics, and found objects, where materiality meets daydream. 

    Delight in an evening of contemporary design and engaging conversations while enjoying light refreshments. 
    RSVPs essential. We look forward to welcoming you!

    Event Details:

    • Date: Saturday, 1 June 2024
    • Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm
    • Location: Ipswich Art Gallery

    This is an Auslan Interpreted event.

    Articulation + Elsewhere - on show until 4 August 2024
    Free entry | open 7 days | 10:00am — 5:00pm

    Additional information:

    Location: Ipswich Art Gallery is located in the heart of the Ipswich CBD. Our public entrance is in d’Arcy Doyle Place, a pedestrian section of Nicholas Street between Brisbane and Limestone Streets.

    Parking: The Gallery does not have its own parking, however there is metered on-street parking on Limestone Street, Nicholas Street and Brisbane Street. Street parking is free on the weekends; please check signs for details.  Ipswich CBD Parking (beneath Tulmur Place in the Nicholas Street Precinct) offers free parking for up to 3 hours. On weekends parking is free. The car park entry is located on Bremer Street which runs parallel to the Bremer River.

    Public Transport:  The Gallery is a short walk from the Ipswich Railway Station as well as bus stops. If travelling by train, alight at Ipswich Station. The Gallery is a 4-minute walk from the station. Walk left up Bell Street, right onto Brisbane Street and left onto d’Arcy Doyle Place. Visit TRANSlink for service and timetable information.

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