Winter in Sydney not to bad. Check out Iain Dawson Gallery, these guys are re launching to a new space opening this week. Also don’t for get to support our galleries that are going to the “Melbourne Art Fair 2010” there is still time to book your tickets and flights!
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Have a great week. SG
Monday – 26th July
Tueday – 27th July
Melissa Selby-Brown exhibition opening
@ the Depot Gallery, no.2 Danks Street
Sydney Review Panel July Panel
When: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
@ National Art School, Cell Block Theatre
Forbes Street, Darlinghurst
Cecilia Heffer and Rebecca Lavis
@ Damien Minton Gallery
Created By Damien Minton Gallery
A new series of comtemporary textile work by CECILIA HEFFER. Using traditional and new textile technologies she creates stories of connection and belonging.
Wednesday – 28th July
@ Dickerson Gallery
34 Queen street, Woollahra
@ Firstdraft Gallery – 116-118 Chalmers Street, Surry Hills NSW
Gallery 1 – Into the Fold – Marc Alperstein
Gallery 2 – Ceremony – Julian Day
Gallery 3 – Urban_ailure – Be Jones
Gallery 4 – I am Raining – Justin Shoulder
@ Horus & Deloris – Level 2, 102 Pyrmont Street, Pyrmont,
Don’t Tell Nanna…- seven emerging female artists who work at the Museum of Contemporary Art show you what they wouldn’t tell Nanna about.
When: 6-8pm, and discover a space that puts a sassy, contemporary spin on the old saying ‘Home Sweet Home.’
@King Street Gallery on William – 177 William Street, Darlinghurst
When: 6pm – 8pm
Wendy Sharpe- Venice 2010
Roger Crawford – Precinct and Peripheries
A dialogue of series with assemblages and paintings
@ Watters Gallery109 Riley Street East Sydney
NEW IDEAS Exhibition at Government House
When: 12:00pm – August 8 at 5:00am
@ NSW Government House
As part of Sydney Design 2010, the Historic Houses Trust of NSW in collaboration with d/Lux/MediaArts and the College of Fine Arts (COFA) have produced NEW IDEAS, a digital media exhibition exploring the history of Government House and themes of heritage conservation and historic interiors.
The NEW IDEAS Exhibition is on at Government House from 28 July—8 August 2010. Closed 2 and 3 August; and 10-1pm on 7 August.
STUPIDKRAP presents ‘POP ROCKS’ exhibition
When: 6:00pm – 8:30pm
@ Urban Uprising Gallery -314 Crown St, Surry Hills, Australia
STUPIDKRAP PRESENTS AN EXHIBITION
OF PRINTS AND ORIGINAL WORK BY:
@ THE WALL
IN THE GALLERY WE HAVE WOESOME AND GEILS FISH AND THEIR JOINT SHOW – FRONTAL LOBE DEF…
Woes One and Giels Fish are two young artists springing from Sydney‟s underground graffiti scene. More Info THIS WEEK AT THE WALL
IN THE GALLERY WE HAVE WOESOME AND GEILS FISH AND THEIR JOINT SHOW – FRONTAL LOBE DEF
Thursday – 29th July
When: 6pm – 8pm
Gallery 1 Peter Adsett – Black and White all over
Gallery 2 Clemens Habicht – Other sides
Window – Philipp Furhofer – Plastic Romanticism
When: 6 – 8pm
GALLERY 1 – The Glitter Stick – Jonny Niesche
GALLERY 2 – Come Down From the Mountain – An installation by – Vicky Browne
First & Last – Keeper Gallery
When: 6:00am – 8:00am
@ GAFFA – 281 Clarence St, Sydney, Australia
First & Last – curated by Zoe Brand.
An exhibition of contemporary jewellers, recounting tales from their first to last pieces.
@ Iain Dawson Gallery – 443 Oxford Street, Paddington
When: 6:00pm – 8:30pm
@Flinders Street Gallery
First solo show since Ray Hughes in 2007
MAD DOGS Part One – A Solo Exhibition by Sam Smith
@ Oh Really Gallery
55 Enmore Road
Art Exhibition – Rohan Wilson
@ Peloton – 19 + 25 Meagher Street, Chippendale
Apeseven’s “KLAN” Preview night
When: 7:00pm – 9:00pm
@ Belgrave Cartel – 4 Belgrave St,Manly, Australia
The NAtional Grid in conjunction with Belgrave Cartel will be hosting an exclusive preview of Sydney street artist Apeseven’s “The Siren” and a teaser of Apeseven’s upcoming solo exhibition “KLAN
Photography, Paintings, Postcards
@ At The Vanishing Point – Contemporary Art Inc. – 565 King Street, Newtown, Photography, Paintings, Postcards
Holly Schulte, Jude Hotchkiss, Michelle Loa Kum Cheung
& The Postcard Project: Beatrice Markopoulos, Natasha Wills and Lina Zainal
Friday – 30th July
Saturday – 31st July
Blue is a colour loaded with meaning. It is rich in social, cultural, political and psychological significance and can symbolize a diverse range of human emotions.
Big Big –
Sydney has a network of small, smart and truly independent studios influencing the design landscape. Big uncovers some of these studios and takes us inside. Quirky, cramped, elegant, but always inspiring, Sydney’s small studios are full of ideas and spirit.
When: 10:30am – August 29 at 6:00pm
@ Object Gallery
Tom Isaacs and Sach Catts in the main gallery and Dylan Quirk’s solo exhibition in the north gallery.
@ ESP Gallery – 228 Illawarra Rd, Marrickville
ART ATRIUM HOSTS SOLO EXHIBITION FEATURING RENOWNED CHINESE ARTIST YANG XIFA
Official launch to be opened Sat 31 July by Xing Ruan, Professor of Architecture UNSW
When: 2.30 – 5.00pm
@ Art Atrium, 181 Old South Head Road, Bondi Junction NSW 2022
The world is a circle we live in
When: 3:00pm – 6:00pm
@ Studio 20/17, 2 Danks St Waterloo
Roseanne Bartley’s exhibition
Sunday – 1st July
——————————————————-THINGS OF INTEREST
Artereal Internship opportunity
The opportunity is available for an ongoing internship at Artereal Gallery. The successful applicant will work with the Artereal team on a weekly basis and will have the opportunity to experience the many different aspects involved with working in a commercial art gallery.
The successful candidate must be someone with a proven interest in contemporary visual arts and the arts industry, who is currently pursuing a career in the industry. Experience is not necessary however previous study or involvement with the arts will be looked upon favorably. Current Fine Arts or Art History students are also encouraged to apply.
The chosen candidate will be given the opportunity to work on current and upcoming exhibitions as well as the day to day aspects of the gallery and special projects. Benefits of this position include flexible hours/days, a location within five minutes walking distance to Sydney College of the Arts and a personalized reference which can be added to your CV. The candidate should ideally be available to work on Tuesday’s and/or Saturday’s.
If you are interested in this position please email a brief CV and cover letter along with your contact details to: email@example.com
——————————————————–The Qantas Spirit Of Youth Awards (SOYA) is
SOYA provides practical support in the form of $10,000 in flights and cash, the incentive is an opportunity to build a professional mentoring relationship with creative leaders like Marc Newson, Zimmermann, Deanne Cheuk, Jan Chapman and Liz Ann Macgregor.
Submission close by August 9.