For fans of podcasts…
It was my pleasure to be the guest on episode four of The Hazel Dooney Podcast: art and an undistracted conversation.
In Hazel’s words, “Each episode of the podcast is an independent, intentionally unsponsored, DIY, long-form, unedited conversation with a guest from the arts”.
Hazel and I chat about the hybrid animal subjects in my pictures, the duality of domestication and primal instinct, art existing in the imagination of the audience, and even amateur boxing.
And if you enjoy the podcast via iTunes you might like to leave Hazel a positive rating or review.
Thank you for listening!
You are cordially invited to
A little bit
An exhibition of 13 hand coloured linocut prints
Official opening 11am – 5pm Saturday 14 November 2020
Australian Galleries Melbourne
28 Derby Street
Collingwood VIC Australia 3066
Free entry – all welcome
I’d love to see you there!
I’ll also be at Australian Galleries for meet and greet sessions:
Sunday 22 November 2pm – 4pm
Saturday 28 November 2pm – 4pm
Sunday 6 December 3pm – 5pm
And of course you can visit the show any other time as Australian Galleries is open 7 days 10am – 6pm.
You can view the exhibition catalogue online by clicking here
To view the show online you can visit the Australian Galleries website.
A little bit runs until 6 December 2020.
Hope you enjoy the show!
Thank you to all who entered the Cockhead Quarantine Giveaway!
Oomi and I were overwhelmed by the response and thoroughly enjoyed reading your comments, it was a real treat. We very much appreciate all your effort.
It was no easy task but Oomi and myself have selected two prize pack winners, and they are:
Please message me to advise your current postal address details and I’ll mail your prize pack asap.
And as a sweetener every entrant will receive a runner-up goody pack in the mail as all your comments were lovely, thank you!
Note – I couldn’t pinpoint Rona Green mailing list subscriber details for the following entrants:
Please message me to let me know your full name and postal address if you’d like to receive a goody pack.
Many thanks for your ongoing support, and all the best.
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It’s time… for a Cockhead Quarantine Giveaway!
You can enter for a chance to win one of two prize packs that include a Cockhead tote bag (the last remaining of my stock), badges, magnets, postcards and bookmarks.
To enter the giveaway:
1. Be a follower of ronagreenblog.com
2. Be one of my mailing list subscribers – existing or new – if you aren’t yet a subscriber click here to sign up
3. Leave a comment on this blog post about which of my pictures is your favourite and why – you can view work on my website gallery to select your favourite by clicking here
Entries close at 11.59pm (AEST) on Thursday 30 April 2020.
Each entry will be reviewed by myself and studio assistant Oomi the Greyhound to select the two prize pack winners.
Winners will be announced in a blog post on Friday 1 May 2020.
Thank you for your interest and good luck!
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In case you missed the exhibition My Monster: The Human-Animal Hybrid at RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, Australia, 29 June – 18 August 2018, here is a selection of installation shots for your viewing pleasure.
Curated by Evelyn Tsitas, My Monster: The Human-Animal Hybrid examined the artistic representation of the human-animal hybrid from mythology to movies; taxidermy to biotechnology; painting and photography to multi-sensory immersive sound installations.
The exhibiting artists included Rose Agnew, Jane Alexander, Janet Beckhouse, Peter Booth, Jazmina Cininas, Kate Clark, Catherine Clover, Beth Croce, Julia deVille, Heri Dono, Peter Ellis, Moira Finucane & Shinjuku Thief, Rona Green, Ai Hasegawa, Rayner Hoff, Sam Jinks, Deborah Kelly, Bharti Kher, Deborah Klein, Oleg Kulik, Sam Leach, Norman Lindsay, Sidney Nolan, Eko Nugroho, Kira O’Reilly & Jennifer Willet, Patricia Piccinini, Geoffrey Ricardo, Lisa Roet, Mithu Sen, Maja Smrekar & Manuel Vason, Ronnie van Hout, (((20hz))).
You can click here to read ‘Animal Instinct: our long fascination with hybrids’, a review of the My Monster exhibition by Kylie Northover published in The Age.
Installation views My Monster: The Human-Animal Hybrid, RMIT Gallery, Photography by Mark Ashkanasy © RMIT Gallery.
Very excited to share with you details about a few group exhibitions…
24 May – 24 June 2018
32 West Thebarton Road, Thebarton SA 5031 Australia
Open Wednesday – Saturday 11am – 5pm, free entry
Habitat is an audio-visual exhibition combining the work of nine Australian printmakers, including GW Bot, Jan Davis, Graham Fransella, Rona Green, Alexi Keywan, Martin King, Bruce Latimer, Travis Paterson and Melissa Smith, with corresponding interpretive soundscapes by curator and artist Jay-Dea Lopez.
The exhibition officially opens at West Gallery Thebarton in Adelaide at 6pm on Friday 25 May and runs until Sunday 24 June 2018.
2 June – 15 July 2018
152 Avon Terrace, York WA 6302 Australia
Open 7 days 10am – 3pm, closed public holidays, free entry
Turn three times before laying down is an exhibition of work about the animal world by Mikaela Castledine, Stephen Castledine, Megan Evans, Rona Green, Kyoko Imazu, Mandy Renard and Deborah Williams, curated by Leonie Oakes.
29 June – 18 August 2018
344 Swanston Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 Australia
Open Monday – Friday 11am – 5pm, Thursday 11am – 7pm, Saturday 12pm – 5pm, closed Sunday and public holidays, free entry
My Monster is an exhibition that celebrates the 200th anniversary year of Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein and the enduring fascination with the human animal hybrid, curated by Evelyn Tsitas.
The exhibiting artists include Jane Alexander (South Africa), Rose Agnew, Janet Beckhouse, Peter Booth, Jazmina Cininas, Kate Clark (USA), Catherine Clover, Beth Croce, Julia deVille, Heri Dono (ID), Peter Ellis, Rona Green, Moira Finucane, Rayner Hoff, Ronnie van Hout, Sam Jinks, Deborah Kelly, Bharti Kher (IND), Deborah Klein, Oleg Kulik (Ukraine / Russia), Sam Leach, Norman Lindsay, Sidney Nolan, Eko Nugroho (ID), Patricia Piccinini, Kira O’Reilly & Jennifer Willet (Ireland / Canada), Lisa Roet, Geoffrey Ricardo, Mithu Sen (IND), Maja Smrekar (Slovenia) and Ronnie Van Hout, (((20hz))).
Rona will be taking part in a talk about the exhibition at RMIT Gallery from 12.30pm – 1.30pm on Friday 6 July 2018 and all are welcome to attend.
If you’re keen to hear about future events you can sign up to the Rona Green mailing list by clicking here – you’ll be sent exhibition invitations as well as info about related activities and public programs. And if you provide a postal address you’ll also receive a new subscriber welcome parcel of goodies.