Both exhibitions open at the Main Corner & Riddoch Gallery on Saturday, 12 May from 4pm-6pm. Email to RSVP.

Gina Raisin, The Ocean is Deep, 2018, acrylic and oil on canvas, courtesy the artist

by Gina Raisin
Cathleen Edkins Gallery

12th May – 15th July

A gentle cadence, the poetry in the aerial display of birds soaring, Murmuration is a cosmic exploration based in childhood daydreams and the free-flowing spirit of jazz.
In these new paintings each brush stroke acts as a single unit made of many things – the vision of the object, the colour of interpretation, the structure, and the dream, the essence of experience and reflection.

by Catherine Truman
Main Gallery & Margaret Scott Gallery

12th May – 15th July
Catherine Truman, Thoracic: Skeleton, 2009, digital image on paper embedded in ‘Paraplast’ tissue embedding wax, surface carved, 255 x 210x 10cm, courtesy the artist

This exhibition will be the first time that Truman’s collaborative practice with artists and scientists is presented as a whole. Truman will present an intriguing and diverse solo show of objects, installation, images and film including several brand new works spanning the 20 years of her research at the nexus of art and science.

Catherine Truman No Surface Holds – JamFactory Icon 2017 is a JamFactory touring exhibition.

Catherine Truman No Surface Holds– JamFactory Icon 2017 has been assisted by the South Australian Government through Arts South Australia and the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, Contemporary Touring Initiative.

Carriberrie – VR experience

How Can Art Help Us?

Video Arts Festival – Open Call

Coming up next at the Riddoch…

Exhibition opening – meet the artists

Art Journal using Tags


Final Day to see Jane Austen – Be Persuaded

Seeing is Believing – an interactive VR performance

The Patient: curated by Bec Dean