Country Arts South Australia has partnered with numerous regional galleries to present Shed Wizard, a touring exhibition by James Dodd. In partnership with Tatiara District Council, Shed Wizard will launch at Walkway Gallery in Bordertown on Saturday July 1, … Continued
Congratulations to James Dodd and William Mackinnon, who have both been selected as Finalists in the inaugural Hadley’s Art Prize, Hobart! Australia’s richest landscape prize, it is an acquisitive prize valued at $100,000. Held annually to celebrate painting, printing and … Continued
Congratulations to James Dodd, who has been selected as a finalist in the Bayside Acquisitive Art Prize!
The Bayside Acquisitive Art Prize (BAAP) is an annual prize and exhibition that aims to increase opportunities for participation in Bayside’s arts and … Continued
Congratulations to James Dodd, Paul Sloan and Sera Waters who have all been selected as finalists in the Heysen Prize for Landscape 2016. Established in 1997 by the Hahndorf Academy, the Heysen Prize commemorates the life and career of renown … Continued
James Dodd has completed his Adelaide City Library, Francis St Residency. Machines to Save A City is a project born out of Dodds keen ability to engage community and is on display in Francis St from June till August.
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Congratulations to James Dodd who has been selected to undertake the SALA Festival, Artist in Residence at the Adelaide Festival Centre in 2016! Dodd plans to respond to the iconic Murray River murals of Fred Williams, which were commissioned by … Continued
Congratulations to James Dodd, Paul Sloan and Amy Joy Watson – all South Australian artists shortlisted for the Gold Coast Art Prize!
Now in its 47th year and hosted by the Gold Coast City Gallery, the Prize includes a total … Continued
Check out Nathan Seppelt’s review of James Dodd’s recent exhibition Pigment High on THIS IS RADELAIDE.
Image: James Dodd, Devil marks, 2015, from Pigment High, acrylic & enamel on canvas, 61 x 46 cm.
The third instalment in a series of survey exhibitions presented by the Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, CACSA Contemporary 2015 features work by represented artists Paul Sloan and James Dodd, whose Pigment High is open at Hugo Michell Gallery … Continued