In Debt: Saving Seeds
Dave Jones I Steven Rhall
29 May - 26 July 2015

Bringing together two diverse artistic practices, artist Dave Jones and Steven Rhall respond to the scientific activity of Horsham's Australian Grains Genebank. The resulting exhibition In debt: saving seeds has been commissioned and presented by Horsham Regional Art Gallery and Centre for Contemporary Photography in association with Climarte.

This exhibition was commisioned and presented by Horsham Regional Art Gallery and Centre for Contemporary Photography with support from Regional Arts Victoria, Milton and Penny Harris, Ricci Swart and in association with the Australian Grains Genebank, Department of Economic Development Jobs Transport and Resources and ART+CLIMARTE=CHANGE 2015 presented by CLIMARTE.
IMAGE: Dave JONES Triticum Lucis - Stage 5 (high yield) 2015

The present and the future – HRAG Jubilee Hall

In 2009 the Federal and Victorian governments each announced $5 million in funding toward the redevelopment of the Horsham Town Hall to co-locate the performing arts and visual arts. To achieve this ambitious project HRAG has relocated to Jubilee Hall for the duration of the project.
While at Jubilee Hall we will not be able to display the Horsham Regional Art Gallery Collection. It will be stored under museum conditions while we work on better understanding, the Mack Jost Collection of Australian Painting and Works on Paper, our nationally significant collection of Australian Photography, and our collection of works that document the Wimmera.
Our exhibition program at this time will, continue to bring the best in Australian visual culture to Horsham, explore what it is to be a regional art gallery, explore artists that are held within our collection, experiment with what an exhibition is, and present the work of leading practitioners from our region.
Join us at Jubilee Hall as we experiment and get ready to represent the Collection in our renovated home in Wilson Street early 2016.
IMAGE: Dave JONES 'Triticum Lucis - Stage 5 (high yield)' 2015, inkjet print, 61 x 91.5 cm.
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