Previous exhibitions

  • THE COLOUR PURPLE   Aboriginal women's art

    Thu Mar 07 2019 - Fri Mar 15 2019

    In celebration of International Women's Day, Alice Walker's book and the subsequent movie, the suffragette movement and all First Nations Women The Colour Purple features a wide variety of works by leading and emerging Aboriginal women artists from around Australia. As well as paintings featuring the key colour of purple (suprisingly often seen in Aboriginal art) the exhibition features works in its component colours of blue and red as well as a wide range of works in other hues and media by women artists.

    Opening drinks:
    Saturday March 9 | 2-4pm
    Opened by Kerry Armstrong, actor and author at 3pm.
    RSVP March 5.
    info@mccullochandmcculloch.com.au

    Illustrated talk : Sunday March 24 at 2 pm. Aboriginal women artists. 
    Susan McCulloch OAM. Free talk but bookings essential info@mccullochandmcculloch.com.au

    The development of Aboriginal women's art, exploring breakthrough initiatives in key regions that illustrate the ways in which women have risen to prominence in this field over the last 25 years.

    Exhibition Dates March 7-April 2

  • Colours of My Country   Opening Exhibition New Gallery

    Sat Jan 05 2019 - Wed Feb 20 2019

    Vibrant new Aboriginal art from 20 art centres of the Central, Western and Eastern deserts, Far North Queensland, the APY Lands, Utopia, the Pilbara, the Kimberley, Tiwi Islands, Arnhem Land and Victoria celebrating the diverse colours, styles and countries of Aboriginal art.

    The Mornington Peninsula's specialised Aboriginal art gallery EVERYWHEN Artspace is the new exhibiting space of Susan McCulloch and Emily McCulloch Childs of Whistlewood Gallery and features acrylics, barks, ochres, works on paper and 3D from 30 + leading Aboriginal-owned art centres.

    EVERYWHEN is named in tribute to the anthropologist W.E.H Stanner who, in his 1953 essay 'The Dreaming' in describing the nature of time as it relates to the Aboriginal belief system, said 'One cannot "fix" The Dreaming in time, it was and is everywhen." *

    As well as regular changing displays of largely Aboriginal art, we present exhibitions, talks, art parades, in conversations and other events.

    EXHIBITION CURRENT: January 5-February 28

    ILLUSTRATED TALK: Sunday February 10 | 2pm
    Susan McCulloch OAM The countries of Aboriginal art
    RSVP Feb 5

    EVERYWHEN ARTSPACE
    1/39 Cook Street, Flinders, Vic, 3929
    OPEN: Daily 10.30-4pm
    E:info@mccullochandmcculloch.com.au
    T: 0419 896 473

    *First published T.A. Hungerford (edAustralian Signpost, An Anthology 1956, F.W Cheshire, Melb. 1956. Republished in W.E.H Stanner,White Man Got No Dreaming: essays 1938-1973,ANU Press,1979, p.24.