BIFB 2011: Melbourne Silver Mine

The Melbourne Silver Mine’s self-titled exhibition is part of the Fringe Program of the Ballarat International Foto Biennale.

Each artist exhibits a selection of photographs – some works are purpose-built projects, some are carefully curated collections, others are thematic explorations of a diverse range of ideas, subject matter and technique.

Melbourne Silver Mine
First Floor, 48 Armstrong Street North, Ballarat
(above Woolshed Clothing)
Corner of Mair and Armstrong Street North (map) (facebook)
(Venue 38 on your BIFB11 Broadsheet)

Saturday 20th August 2011 – Sunday 18th September 2011

Opening hours:
Monday – Wednesday (open only by arrangement)
Thursday & Friday: 11am – 5pm
Saturday & Sunday: 10am – 6pm

The exhibition features work by:

Rhys Allen, Roberts Birze, Sandy Birze, Zaeem Burq, Michael Carew, Dave Carswell, Lucian Chaffey, Nicole Davis, Barbara Fischer, Tim Heraud,  Matthew Robert Joseph, Jaye Loring, Iain Maclachlan, Stuart Murdoch, Jodie Noonan, Ambre Pitt, Richard Plumridge, Kevin Reeve, Deanne Smith,  Emma Starr, Paul Stoney, Gary Sauer-Thompson and Katherine White.

The Sunbather and the Ice Breaker Kyoto Platform Waiting
In the gift shop Lunch
Matthew Joseph

lending a hand to a garden fairy Eyes I dare not meet In Dreams
Sandy Birze – Supernaturals, Superstitions and Superimpositions

Yellow Coaster I won't let you out of my sight
Ambre Pitt – Colour Party

Mt buffalo mt buffalo, the horn mt buffalo, the horn lookout
Deanne Smith – Mount Buffalo, Summer 2010

Melbourne Silver Mine Show at BIFB11. from Matthew Joseph on Vimeo.

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