EXHIBITION PREVIOUSLY EXHIBITED AT:

Chelsea Hopkins-Allan first exhibited Moth in January 2019 at the Vancouver Arts Centre in Albany. In April 2019 it toured to the Manjimup Art Gallery.

EXHIBITION OVERVIEW

Moth celebrates the beauty and diversity of moths from the Great Southern region.

Moths are a great source of inspiration for the artist, symbolising the fragility, variety and complexity of nature as well as capacity for transformation.

Click here to view the Media Release for the Albany exhibition:

MEDIA RELEASE – Mentorship

PUBLIC PROGRAM OPTIONS

Nil


DATES AVAILABLE:

May 2019 until December 2020


IMAGES (DETAILS) FROM THE EXHIBITION


SPECIAL VENUE REQUIREMENTS:

Nil


INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS:

Details to follow


TRAVEL CONSIDERATIONS:

Each work on canvas is packaged in a carcboard box.

Each ‘specimen’ work behind glass in a box frame is wrapped in bubble wrap and packaged in a box.

The five large canvas works are rolled into one.

The entire show can be transported in a medium sized car.

Chelsea is unable to transport the works herself. All venues must organise collection and return of her work to her home studio in Albany.


COST FOR HIRE VENUE TO LOAN EXHIBITION:

To be negotiated directly with Chelsea. Chelsea does not charge venues for the cost of exhibition Moth. It is a requirement that works be insured by the venue for transit and exhibition duration.

Contact Chelsea on:

Email: chelseahaart@gmail.com

Phone: 0430 121 255

Website: www.chelseahopkins-allan.com


additional information

Moth is Chelsea’s debut exhibition, she was supported in the development of these works through a mentorship within the Creative Grid project by Kentdale based artist, Paul Moncrieff.


exhibition partners

City of Albany, Vancouver Arts Centre

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