Into the Wild

Image by David Helmers and Eureka O'Hanlon

Into The Wild is an exhibition by David Helmers and Eureka O'Hanlon that responds to our recent lived experience of shared vulnerabilities in the unknown. Featuring collaborative and individual works of the artists who met at Midsumma in 2010, Eureka's studies of the male nude and Sydney artist Helmers' translucent porcelain sculpture come together in queer expression for the first time.

Opening Night 5.30pm Tuesday 1 February, featuring a free life drawing session in the gallery with featured live models hosted by Jean-Luc Syndikas of "Gay Life Drawing and Top-Secret Life Drawing" commencing at 7:30 pm. Exhibition continues until 13 February.

Event & ticketing details


English No Barrier
Wheelchair Access

Dates & Times

OPENING Tue 1 Feb 5:30pm
EXHIBITION 1-6 Feb, 8-13 Feb, 15-20 Feb | Tue-Sun 11am-5pm


Abbotsford Convent - The Store

1 St Heliers St, Abbotsford

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Hurstbridge/Mernda line to Victoria Park


200, 207 to Clarke/Johnston St

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