A DECADE OF EXHIBITIONS
Siren Song featured Greek vases from antiquity through to an artistic re-interpretation of Odysseus’ journey using contemporary sound and composition.
An exhibition of contemporary jewellery objects which examined the practice of twenty-two artists of Greek descent working in Greece, Germany, UK, USA, Cyprus and Australia.
To mark the ANZAC centenary of the Gallipoli Campaign Lemnos-Gallipoli 1915: Women in War explored the experience of women during this pivotal time in WW1.
This exhibition looked at the role played by cinema and film on identity; including the Greek Cinema circuit that operated in Australia in the 50s and 60s.
Transformation - International Women's Day Exhibition with participating artists: Anne Warren, Chistiana Fanaritis, Helen Sartinas, Nikki Doudoulis, Dora Kitinas, Thalia Andrews and Tina Sideris.
Polixeni Papapetrou’s series, Between Worlds, children are portrayed as animals caught between the worlds of infancy and adulthood and animal and human.
The exhibition examined the controversial events that led to the wave of Greek assisted migration post 1952.
Takis Moraitis’ works focus on the Ionian Islands and Cyclades. His is a distinctive style and colour created a dramatic evocation of these settings.
A selection of work from the collection of A.D. Trendall, an authority on the red-figure vases produced in the Greek colonies during the 5th and 4th centuries BCE.
The exhibition detailed a timeline of Greek settlement in Australia from the early 1800s and examined the social and political catalysts that have stimulated migration.
An exploration of model Hellenic ships over the centuries which were deemed milestones in the development of navigation.
In Ancient Greece, music was considered the gift of the Muses, which identified and characterised how one acts, thinks and feels.
An exploration of the legacy and influence of Greece, from antiquity to the modern day, through the private collections of Peter & Mary Mitrakas and Dean Kalymnios.
An exhibition by emerging artists; Nicole Polentas, Elli Ioannou and Christiana Livaditis. Mediums presented included jewellery, photography and fashion.
Athenian Democracy was designed to offer visitors an opportunity to discover the constitution and function of the first democracy in the world.
During 1829 to 1974, 300,000 Greeks migrated and settled in Australia. This exhibition showed the significant contribution made by the community.