Unleashing Creativity and Exploration: National Gallery of Australia Art Cases at Cooma Library

Cooma Library is proud to host the National Gallery of Australia Art Cases, a captivating exhibition that will ignite your imagination and invite you to explore the world of art. From Monday 20 November to Friday 15 December 2023, the library will showcase two art-filled cases that bring together a diverse collection of sculptures and artworks. These cases, generously supported by the Neilson Foundation, offer a unique opportunity to experience the beauty and creativity of art firsthand. Let's delve into the captivating world of the red and orange Art Cases and discover the wonders they hold.

Igniting Creativity and Inclusivity

Explore the National Gallery of Australia Art Cases that inspire creativity and inclusivity.

Art has the power to ignite our creativity and open our minds to new possibilities. The National Gallery of Australia Art Cases, currently on display at Cooma Library, are a testament to this transformative power. These art-filled cases, carefully curated to inspire and engage, showcase a diverse collection of sculptures and artworks that explore the human experience and push the boundaries of artistic expression.

By bringing these Art Cases to Cooma Library, the National Gallery of Australia aims to make art accessible to people of all ages and backgrounds. Whether you're a seasoned art enthusiast or just starting your artistic journey, these cases offer a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of art and discover the beauty of human creativity.

The Bodies (Red) Art Case: Exploring the Lived Experience

Delve into the red Art Case and discover sculptures that explore the influence of our bodies on memory, space, and form.

The Bodies (red) Art Case is a captivating collection of small sculptures that delve into the lived experience of biology and the human body. These artworks, created by talented artists such as Lionel Bawden, Richard Byrnes, Karla Dickens, Matt Harding, Emily O'Brien, and Neil Roberts, offer a unique perspective on how our bodies shape our memories, our perception of space, and the forms we inhabit.

Through intricate details and thought-provoking designs, these sculptures invite us to reflect on our own bodies and the ways in which they influence our lives. From the delicate curves to the bold textures, each artwork tells a story of the human experience, capturing the essence of what it means to be alive.

The Form and Function (Orange) Art Case: Blurring the Line Between Art and Design

Discover the orange Art Case, showcasing artworks that blur the line between art and design with their form and function.

The Form and Function (orange) Art Case presents a collection of artworks that challenge traditional notions of art and design. These pieces, created by talented artists such as Lulu Cooley, Cinnamon Lee, Karl Lawrence Millard, and Shireen Taweel, blur the line between functionality and artistic expression.

Each artwork in this case serves a practical purpose, yet they have been crafted with meticulous attention to detail and artistic flair. From everyday objects that transcend their utilitarian nature to sculptural pieces that captivate the eye, these artworks push the boundaries of what art can be.

A Tactile and Personal Experience

Immerse yourself in a hands-on and personal art experience with the National Gallery of Australia Art Cases.

Unlike traditional art exhibitions, the National Gallery of Australia Art Cases offer a unique and immersive experience. Visitors are encouraged to get hands-on with the artworks, exploring their textures, forms, and intricate details. This tactile engagement allows for a deeper connection with the art, fostering a personal and meaningful experience.

Whether you're a child discovering the wonders of art for the first time or an adult seeking inspiration, these Art Cases provide an opportunity to engage with art in a way that few other exhibitions can offer. By breaking down the barriers between the viewer and the artwork, the National Gallery of Australia invites us to explore our own creativity and see the world through a new lens.

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