Everyone’s reading the latest edition of Artemis

March 21, 2012


Sarah Johnson at Newcastle Art Gallery

Sarah Johnson at Newcastle Art Gallery with the latest edition of Artemis

Sarah Johnson, The Newcastle Art Gallery’s new Curator, is enjoying the February-June 2012 edition of Artemis magazine.

Born and raised in the Hunter, Sarah has returned back to Newcastle following lengthy stints at the Powerhouse Museum and the Manly Art Gallery.

Sarah’s photograph coincided with the opening of ‘Desert Country’ a travelling exhibition from the Art Gallery of South Australia which is on display at Newcastle Art Gallery – March 16 to June 17, 2012.

Everyone’s reading the latest edition of Artemis

March 3, 2011

FordComm is a proud supporter of the Newcastle Region Art Gallery and has just completed the production of the latest edition of Artemis – the Newcastle Art Gallery Society magazine.  The February – July edition features articles on new acquisitions to the gallery as well as details of upcoming exhibitions.  For more information on the Newcastle Region Art Gallery click here

Curious Colony

August 23, 2010

FordComm is a proud supporter of the Newcastle Region Art Gallery providing professional advice on the Gallery’s communication strategy and graphic design services for the gallery’s major publications.

Our design team has recently completed “Curious Colony” – a book produced to showcase the gallery’s exhibition of the same name.  The “Curious Colony” exhibition is a celebration of Governor Lachlan Macquarie’s passion for art in the early colony of New South Wales and the book brings to life both art works from the Macquarie era as well as contemporary pieces.

“The FordComm team are enthusiastic specialists whose expertise has enhanced the Gallery’s profile in the community. The quality of their services has also enabled the Gallery to re-position itself within the competitive arts industry – both within the state of NSW and nationally.

FordComm is a leader in corporate support of not-for-profit institutions in Newcastle and this reflects the solid belief of their senior management that investment in the local community enriches lives and our quality of life and experiences.”  Ron Ramsay, Director Newcastle Region Art Gallery.