About Rachinger Gallery
Eastern Hub Community Centre is home to Rachinger Gallery, a vibrant and contemporary art space located in East Geelong. Rachinger Gallery features a changing program of exhibitions by artists both emerging and established, arts groups, schools and artists living with disability. Named after Norman Rachinger, former Karingal President and art teacher, the gallery is an inclusive and welcoming space that promotes new work and new ways of seeing the world.
The Rachinger complements the creative work of Eastern Hub’s art classes and Art Studio while showcasing the depth and diversity of the visual arts in Geelong.
Exhibiting in the gallery is through an Expression of Interest. Please call 5249 6100 for more information.
ICARUS: AN OVERVIEW
An exhibition by photographer John Kelly.
10 Feb-7 March
Roman poet Ovid tells the tale of Daedalus and his son Icarus who made wings from feathers and beeswax to escape their exile on Crete.
Inspired by this tale, John Kelly has launched his camera skywards to record Geelong and the Bellarine from an aerial perspective.
Dramatic skies and urban textures give a print like quality to his work, creating images are far removed from the quotidian.
WHAT HAVE YOU GOT TO LOSE
Artists respond to changes in the natural, urban, political and domestic environment.
A group show curated by Janine McGinness-Whyte.
Featured artwork in header image:
Scandinavian Landscape — Elivira Juraga
Painting from Flowerscapes — Faye M Tsatsakis
Sweet Sunday — Kat Marcius
Piano Bar — David Fielding
Portrait by Talia Perry
Painting from Unity of Arts — Vicky Lloyd