MLC Gallery and Design Studio is committed to the promotion
of community, corporate and cultural convergence. Since 2004 MLC has curated myraid successful
exhibitions, these include: the Leukaemia Foundation photographic auction; Queering
the Mardi Gras Exhibition, New Mardi Gras Festival and; Shoah Candelabra
installation, on permanent display at Sydney Jewish Museum.
A Touch of Mandela at MLC Gallery. This exhibition explored Nelson Mandela's journey and personal interpretation of his time on Robben Island. Poignant and evocative limited edition lithographs, created by Mandela, transported individuals and beckoned reflection.
MLC Gallery in association
with the Sydney Italian Festival 2006-2010
was proud to present Ispirazioni, An Italian Sketchbook
which explored the great importance of Italian culture and its far-reaching
inspiration on the world. Opened by Paolo Bartoloni Head lecturer,
Dep. of Italian studies, University of Sydney, the curated show explored
cultural translation through artistic vernacular.
The acclaimed New Mardi Gras Queering the Mardi Gras Exhibition was
curated, promoted and hosted by MLC Gallery bringing together a diverse
group of artists both national and international to interpret the
relevance and voice of New Mardi Gras in Australia.
The Organic Wine Festival with MLC Gallery. This exhibition was
a way to experience the unique taste of organic wine from some of
NSW's leading organic vineyards. The event was curated with Australian
and organic inspired art and accompanied by an interactive musical installation.
Business Network and artistic forum. Exploring the power of creative process in developing dynamic
business practice. Entrepreneurial women with a love of art convened discussion forums on creative thinking practice and art, culminating in an exhibition launch.
within a fractured World, featured work by highly acclaimed
Daruk - Indigenous fashion designer and artist Robyn Caughlan. Supported
by the Dep of State & Regional Development NSW, Indigenous Unit
and Signature Prints the show was an exploration of cultural ideals
Foundation Photographic Auction raised $8,040.60 for the foundation.
Gay Lesbian Business Association networking function was created
to merge art and business within this thriving network. The artistic
selection process addressed issues and ideals that would engage the