2nd Western Pacific Print Biennale 1978.

Title

2nd Western Pacific Print Biennale 1978.

Collective title

Print Council of Australia travelling exhibition

Venues

Wagga Wagga City Art Gallery [2] (14 February 1976 – 2 March 1976)

Hawthorn City Art Gallery (15 November 1978 – 20 December 1978)

Albury City Art Gallery (10 January 1979 – 29 January 1979)

Melville Hall (21 March 1979 – 13 April 1979)

Manly Art Gallery (7 May 1979 – 28 May 1979)

Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA). (12 June 1979 – 30 June 1979)

Fremantle Arts Centre (25 July 1979 – 15 August 1979)

Naracoorte Art Gallery (6 September 1979 – 24 September 1979)

Broken Hill City Art Gallery [1] (15 October 1979 – 29 October 1979)

Orange Regional Gallery (15 November 1979 – 30 November 1979)

Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery (10 December 1979 – 19 December 1979)

Brisbane Civic Art Gallery (15 January 1980 – 4 February 1980)

Museums And Art Galleries Of The Northern Territory (5 March 1980 – 26 March 1980)

Armidale [City] Art Gallery (29 April 1980 – 13 May 1980)

Benalla Art Gallery (28 May 1980 – 13 June 1980)

Albury Regional Art Centre (1 June 1980 – 1 July 1980)

Ararat Regional Art Gallery (30 June 1980 – 14 July 1980)

Hamilton Art Gallery (29 July 1980 – 15 August 1980)

Tasmanian School Of Art Gallery (10 September 1980 – 1980)

Devonport Gallery And Arts Centre (10 October 1980 – 24 October 1980)

Burnie Regional Art Gallery (6 November 1980 – 20 November 1980)

Queen Victoria Museum And Art Gallery (3 December 1980 – 19 December 1980)

Date

(1976 – 1980)

Summary

Multi-artist travelling exhibition. Located: Australia. Prints.

Documentation

Illustrated catalogue, poster.

Countries of context

Australia | Bangladesh | China | Hong Kong | Indonesia | Japan | Malaysia | New Zealand | Pakistan | Philippines | Singapore | Thailand

Abstract

Exhibition of 48 prints assembled from the work of artists in twelve countries in the Western Pacific region: Bangladesh, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Australia. Inclued were two woodcuts by Bede Tungutalum from Bathurst Island.