The works themselves have garnered national and international attention, with homegrown creatives finding themselves under a new, but well deserved, spotlight. Our partners-in-arms as we entered the uncharted waters of the HOTA Gallery for the first time, the artists were, are, and will continue to be the enduring heartbeat of the Voronoi adorned building.
Supported by our Exhibition Corporate Partner, Veracity, encouraging the passions of local artists spans beyond the arts sector itself. In a statement released on behalf of the company their enthusiasm was obvious:
‘Why support the arts? The answer is simple – the arts connect us to human experiences and communities, and after the year we’ve all gone through, we need this now more than ever before.
Veracity not only wanted to be part of HOTA’s new contemporary cultural precinct from the word go, but we were also keen to support Solid Gold – an exhibition so genuinely committed to showcasing incredible local talent and communities.’
Moving forward with two exhibitions to follow, the long shadow of SOLID GOLD and the many artists who were integral in the tidal wave splash the Gallery made, will continue to loom as an encouraging force for the talented Gallery team.
Welcoming Australian landscape legend William Robinson to the HOTA Gallery with the next major exhibition, Lyrical Landscapes, there is only new mountains to summit and higher heights to climb. Ending the year with the Australian exclusive Contemporary Masters from New York exhibition, featuring first looks at art from the Mugrabi Collection, the excitement will continue to flow through the veins of HOTA far into the bright future.
Be sure to book your journey and see what’s coming up at the HOTA Gallery.