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More No Frills*

13.01.09 - 27.02.09<p><strong>13 January to 27 February 2009</strong></p><p>More No Frills* is the first exhibition in the 2009 Staff and Student Exhibition Program. </p>
"Materialise" by Alice Lang

03.02.09 - 29.03.09<p><strong>3 February to 29 March 2009</strong></p><p>This sculpture-based exhibition uses fabric as it investigates the idea of bone as something soft, malleable and organic as well as strong and protective. </p>
S W A L L O W

21.04.09 - 31.05.09<p><strong>21 April to 31 May 2009</strong></p><p>Elizabeth Willing's practice explores the material, sensual and ephemeral aspects of using food to make artworks.</p>
Re:collect

07.05.09 - 31.05.09<p><strong>7 April to 31 May 2009</strong></p><p>Mel Robson's work communicates personal narratives through iconic domestic objects.</p>
Space for Yearning

06.08.09 - 11.08.09<p><strong>6 August to 11 October 2009</strong></p><p>Space for Yearning features works that are at home in the evocative space between desire and its fulfilment.</p>
Wearer/Maker/Wearer: Recent Work by Paula Dunlop

19.08.09 - 13.09.09<p><strong>19 August to 13 September 2009</strong></p><p>An exhibition of recent work from Brisbane-based designer Paula Dunlop combining fashion and photography.</p>
A Spot of Tea

20.08.09 - 25.10.09<p><strong>20 August to 25 October 2009</strong></p><p>The teapot has been an important object for Western culture since the 17th and 18th century trend of Orientalism. </p>
qdos: queensland design on show 2009

16.09.09 - 25.10.09<p><strong>16 September to 25 October</strong></p><p>This exhibition presents the best of recent Queensland design, showcasing the award-winning designs and designers from the 2009 qdos awards program.</p>
footnotes of a verdurous tale: Sebastian Di Mauro 1987-2009

31.10.09 - 31.01.10<p><strong>31 October 2009 to 31 January 2010</strong></p><p>The first survey exhibition of Di Mauro's work and includes recreations of installations from the late 1990s as well as new works, previously unshown.</p>