Katy Bowman's wonderfully mesmerising show came down yesterday and is the final show for 2016.
There were nine window installations this year, each challenging, professional, exciting, and each very different from each other.
WINDOWSPACE BEEAC thanks all participants and looks forward to another exciting year in the WINDOW in 2017.
WINDOWSPACE will reopen in February with the work of Les Futo.
To end the year something from 2015 NAVA about the positive role of art.
A tribute to Christmas by Allisha Worden will occupy the WINDOW between 21 Nov and 31 Dec.
Finding harmony in diversity towards a national consensusWith renewed global urgency to find harmony in diversity, peace can only come about where all voices at the margins can be expressed, heard and valued.
Eve Stafford OAM on the need for Australia to have a binding national cultural policy with bipartisan support across electoral cycles and winds of change. Read more.