Studio

Art Prizes/Shows

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Art studio now at Currarong, NSW


In 2013, after spending over a year travelling to Europe, USA, Japan and Australia, Brereton moved from Wollongong to Currarong near Nowra on the south coast of NSW, Austra ia

Currarong Studio






 

Next Solo Exhibition

 

Report from the Littoral Zone

Installation, paintings, videos

Sept - Nov. 2018

   
WOOLLAMIA ROAD, HUSKISSON 2540
OPEN DAILY 10 – 4 PM 

   www.jervisbaymaritimemuseum.com.au


 

Print Exhibition travelling to various galleries.

Curated by Kate Corringe-Smith
The Flyway Print Exchange

see here for details of the show

Finalist

Now - Shoalhaven Contemporary Art Prize,
Nowra Regional Gallery 2016

 

Finalist

Now - Shoalhaven Contemporary Art Prize,
Nowra Regional Gallery 2015


Currarong Mangroves,101cm x 167cm,
oil on canvas, 2015

 

Finalist

Hazelhurst Art Award 2013
Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre



Mangrove Man, 100 x 150cm digital photo, waterclour, 2013

 

Finalist

Calleen Art Prize - Cowra Regional Gallery, 2013



Caught One More Time, 122 x 167cm,
oil on canvas, 2013
Finalist

Calleen Art Prize - Cowra Regional Gallery, 2011

 
First Prize
James Kiwi Watercolour Prize 2010




The gallery purchased the work for their collection
http://www.wollongongcitygallery.com

Finalist
56th Blake Prize for Religious Art
30 August - 29th Sept, 2007

DVD

   

Thirroul Art Prize, Major Award, 2007

Kurt Brereton with his winning painting Illawarra Escarpment
Thirroul Art Prize, Major Award, 2008


Thirroul Art Prize, Major Award, 2007


Kurt Brereton with his winning painting Kuradji Embassy Bulli


   

heads
Meeting of Our Elders to Decide Our Future
mixed media installation

Winner of People's Choice Award
On The Shore Art Prize, Thirroul, 2006

salken
screening of Super 8 film
The Coal Cliff
(Kurt Brereton & Kate Richards), 1981


12th December 2006 - Chauvel Cinema Sydney
The Super 8 Effect

& May 2011 - Wollongong City Gallery
Coalcliff Days exhibition and poetry event

 

 

Dr Brereton was one of the judges for the Photography / 2D digital art / Computer art award

Moreton Bay region art awards
Previously known as the Pine Rivers Annual Art Awards which ran for 16 years. Moreton Bay Conservation Art Advisory Group will convene on the day of judging to consider purchasing works recommended by the judges.
Total awards and acquisition money - $32,000. Artists may enter one artwork in each category. All categories are open to residents of the Moreton Bay region.

How Digital Technology Killed the Photography Star!
6pm Thursday May 21
Dinner talk by Dr Kurt Brereton
Pine Rivers Art Gallery
, Queensland

With the rise of digital cameras and editing, what’s happening to the art of photography? New technologies have radically changed our idea of what a photograph is and what a photographer does. Join Dr Kurt Brereton as he discusses the changing nature of photography – what it is today and what it may be in the future - and the impacts on journalism, advertising and art. Dr Brereton is Adjunct Professor at the University of Technology, Sydney and an educator in the fields of new media, design, humanities and the visual arts.

 



Artists in Schools
Extended Residency Program
Hazelhurst
Regional Gallery and Arts Centre


From Art to Web

Visual Arts to Visual Art Gallery

Visual and digital media artist Dr Kurt Brereton
will work with students and staff at Gymea
Technology High School during 2010/11. The program will
extend the school’s program in Visual Arts,
Photography and Digital Media. Students will
work across 2D and time-based media (video
and website design) with final artworks
displayed on the school website as an on-line
gallery and a public screening of time-based
works in the Hazelhurst Theatrette.