On Forbes

Live without compromise. Due to be completed mid-2019, On Forbes is one of the first developments to be released along the buzzing Northbourne Corridor.

We dare to be different
by challenging design
paradigms to evoke emotion,
innovate to push boundaries &
create sustainable communities
for future generations.

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Art Group

Art Group is a family-owned, Canberra based property development company renowned for building unique, quality homes of distinction and character.
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Art Group19 hours ago
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Want to find out more about our involvement in Canberra’s art community and our sponsorship program – the 2020 Canberra Glasswork Art Group Creative Fellowship? bit.ly/2WmwUkk
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Art Group1 week ago
Canberra Glassworks will welcome one national, Brenden Scott French (SA) and one international artist Carrie Iverson (USA), as the new Art Group Creative Fellows for 2020.

“This fellowship will allow me to continue this momentum through the creation of a new and focused body of work as well as the invaluable opportunity of connecting with the Australian glass community” says Carrie.

As an Art Group Creative Fellow, both Brenden and Carrie are provided with a dedicated studio space, accommodation, a cash stipend of AUD$10,000 each and free access to the facilities and equipment (with very few limitations). The Fellowship is made possible by the generous support of local development company Art Group.


Image 1: Brenden Scott French, Sounding Balloon, 2018, blown glass.
Image 3: Carrie Iverson, Dispossession, 2018, glass enamel on steel, neon, found objects. Photo: Alec Miller


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