Angus Nivison, Josephine's Voice - Sunshine, (detail) 2021, watercolour on Lanaquarelle paper, 640 gsm hot pressed satin grain, 1760 x 930mm. Photography Simon Scott Photo, Armidale NSW. Angus is represented by utopia art Sydney, Waterloo Sydney

Collection Conversion

Amy Hammond, David Darcy, Angus Nivison, Katherine Harvey, Rowen Matthews, Vic McEwan

Collection Conversion investigates the Tamworth region’s identity by inviting six regional artists working in different mediums to explore, investigate, research and mine six local museums and develop new artworks in response to their collections. Three of the collections are owned by Tamworth Regional Council (TRC) and three by the University of New England (UNE).


27 March - 11 July 2021

Image: Mary Gilmore 3: Fog, 2015, Vic McEwan.

Haunting: Vic McEwan

Haunting is a travelling exhibition developed by the Cad Factory and the National Museum of Australia.

Haunting is a body of photographic and video work made in response to dynamic environmental conditions, contested histories, and our negotiations of a complex future. It is an experiment of painting into the landscape, projecting light onto a canvas of naturally occurring fog, water and smoke and animating museum objects and our understanding of the past.


03 April - 16 May 2021