BOAA Biennale of Australian Art

At designscope we get excited about art. So when Julie Collins asked designscope to head up the communication and design for BOAA Biennale of Australian Art, we were thrilled! BOAA is the largest showcase of living Australian artists ever! 150 artists exhibiting in Ballarat over 6 weeks. That’s big!

We have worked with Julie on the Golden Plains Arts Trail and Lorne Sculpture Biennale so when she said she was starting something special we knew that it would be ground-breaking. We are delighted to have created a huge suite of collateral including catalogue, programs, signage, website, digital promos as well as our foray into Communication and PR. Designscope also is proud to be a sponsor for Catherine Gomersall’s exhibition at the Lost Ones.

BOAA is a feast of contemporary art and is on until November 6th. Don’t miss out!

Kim Percy Exhibits at BOAA

Kim Percy is honoured to be selected as a featured solo artist at BOAA. Her installation ‘Fourteen’ follows on from her Ballarat Foto Biennale 2011 exhibition called ‘Seven’ that celebrated childhood through creative musings of her son Joss. This new work is titled ‘Fourteen’ and is a personal exploration of the ties of motherhood with the transformation of her eldest son from child into adult. It incorporates atmospheric photography printed onto paper and acrylic sheets on lightboxes.

It looks at identity and place through imagination, flight and love. ‘Fourteen’ is happening at the historic George Farmer Building, Ballarat until November 6th.

Join Kim on November 4th at 2pm for an official closing party.

Kim would like to thank Image Science, Ballarat Plastics and BOAA for the opportunity.