This is a busy week for the arts, of course another we still have ART MONTH(Check out their website for details), The Moran Prize has announced the Open Section semi-finalists which are available at http://www.moranprizes.com.au.
Have a great one and find everything you need to get you through the week, take it easy and play safe, enjoy the art that you see and pop into a gallery you haven’t been in before, check out this weeks opening and the arts below.
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Check out Michelle Belgiorno – Contemplating Homer @ Depot Gallery and
Grantpirrie Editions ‘Suite One’ @ Grantpirrie (details below).
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Monday 14th March
Tuesday 15th March
WAYDE OWEN – REBEL NATION
@ Flinders Street gallery – 61 Flinders Street, Surry Hills
Michael Snape Recent work and Laura Courtney Longing
@ Australian Galleries – 15 Roylston Street, Paddington
FREE PUBLIC TALK: Governesses – Breaking the Stereotype
@ Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts – 280 Pitt Street, Sydney
STORYTELLING/ CAMPFIRE COLLECTIVE
@ HELLEN ROSE SCHAUSBERGER LABORATORIUM – L1 – 17 WATERLOO ST, SURRY HILLS
Real people tell true stories of their own lives, live!
* CHEAP TUESDAY SPECIAL STORYTELLING + MILES O’NEIL’S WORLD AROUND US- 20 BUCKS.
TICKETS AVAILABLE ON THE DOOR AN HOUR BEFORE THE SHOW
Wednesday 16th March
Illuminations and Bad Faith
The inaugural Waverley Council Visual Arts Revitalisation exhibition and screening
program, a new program put forward by Council with the support of arts NSW to give
opportunities to artists in the Waverley Council Artist In Residence program to exhibit their work
@ Bondi Pavilion Gallery – Queen Elizabeth Drive. Bondi Beach
Gallery Burlesque “marching on”
@ TONE – 16 Wentworth Avenue, Surry Hills
Ukiyo-e woodblock print lecture & demonstration
Thursday 17th March
Grantpirrie Editions ‘Suite One’
Group Show – WHATEVER WORKS
Charles Dennington – WASTE MODELS
@ db projects – 19 Phelps street, Surry Hills NSW 2010
Christina Cordero Polyphonies
@ Australian Galleires – 24 Glenmore Road, Paddington
Group exhibition by: Kate Mackay, Liz Shreeve, Marlene Sarroff, Francesca Mataraga, Pam Aitken.
Opened by Virginia Judge, Minister for the Arts, NSW.
For more information please contact Tin Sheds Gallery on 9351 3115.
@ Tin Sheds Gallery
Gallery 1+2 – Crossroads: Contemporary Russian Photography – Sergey Bratkov, Aleksandr Gronsky, Gregory Maiofis, Andrey Polushkin, Oleg Videnin
Gallery 3 – Money Up Front and No Kissing – Ray Cook
Gallery 4 – Interspection – Sean O’Carroll
@ Australian Centre for Photography – 257 Oxford Street, Paddington
Friday 18th March
2011 EXPRESS YOURSELF: HSC VISUAL ARTS STUDENTS and
FRAMEWORKS: The ARt Tree (outdoor gallery)
@ Manly Art Gallery & Museum – West Esplanade Reserve, Manly
Orgy Heads & 365 Self Portraits’ By Lexi Land
@ Sun Studios – 42 Maddox Street Alexandria
Kelly Thompson :: Pyjama Party
A stunning collection of limited edition prints by the gorgeous Kelly Thompson. Free beer, hot chicks (in frames),
quality tunes – what more do you need on a Friday night?
@ The National Grid Gallery :: 24 Chard Road, Brookvale
Evangeline Solo Exhibition – MONOBROW
@ Noosa Regional Gallery – Pelican Street, Tewantin, Australia
Pause: Moments form the Reflective Times of Travel
@ Monstrosity Gallery – 93 Bourke St, Woolloomooloo
A night of taut, energetic and monumental new works by Julian Day and Anthony Moles, featuring the talents of Geoffrey Gartner
(Ensemble Offspring), Joshua Hill (Synergy) and Zubin Kanga (Ensemble Offspring).
@ Cafe Church Glebe – 37 St Johns Rd, Glebe
Saturday 19th March
Michelle Belgiorno – Contemplating Homer
@ Depot Gallery – 2 Danks Street, Waterloo
@ Frances Keevil Gallery- Bay Village, 28-34 Cross Street, Double Bay
Carol Murphy – The importance of being Ernest
Joel Bliss – Return of The Bigots
This will officially be opened by former Lord Mayor of Sydney, Lucy Turnbull AO
@ Art Atrium – 181 Old South Head Road, Bondi Junction NSW 2022
Zhong Chen “Butterfly Lovers”
@ Eva Breuer Art Dealer – 83 Moncur Street, Sydney
FraserStudios Open Day + Welcome Exhibition Launch
@ FraserStudios – 10-14 Kensington Street, Chippendale, Sydney
WEEKEND AT FIRSTDRAFT
THE IMPERIAL PANDA FESTIVAL PRESENTS
WEEKEND AT FIRSTDRAFT
Tim Webster and Sarah Rodigari invite you to experience a wondrous, mechanical,
horizon altering, memory inducing looking device – all neatly packed into a helmet,
in their In Periscope project. Learn screenprinting and other skills at artist-led
workshops and celebrate the last day of the festival at a special hangover hangout
pancake extravaganza on Sunday morning, all at Firstdraft’s new Depot studio complex
in Woolloomooloo. Check firstdraftgallery.com for details.
When: Saturday, March 19 at 11:00am – March 20 at 5:00pm
@ FIRSTDRAFT DEPOT- 13-17 RILEY ST, WOOLLOOMOOLOO
Sunday 20th March
CAB SAV- CLOSING NIGHT
THE IMPERIAL PANDA FESTIVAL PRESENTS
CAB SAV- CLOSING NIGHT!
Dance, music, performance, wine…. extremely entertainment!
Born at LanFranchis Memorial Discothèque in 2006, CAB SAV is an artists’
collective and a short works night. Showcasing the best new performance
makers from anywhere we can find them. CAB SAV is our closing night party
bring friends, expect fun. All the cool kids in town will be there.
With Brown Council, post, The Suitcase Royale and more, plus an always surprising houseband.
DATE 20 MARCH
GOODGOD IMPERIAL PANDA BOX OFFICE
Tickets will be on sale from 7PM at GOODGOD.
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When: 8:00pm – March 21 at 5:00am
@ GOODGOD DANCETERIA- 55 LIVERPOOL ST CHINATOWN
THINGS OF INTEREST
Artist Franck Leibovici and Grantpirrie are looking for members of the public to
take part in the 7th sequence of Leibovici’s mini-opera for non musicians: “Memos,
briefs and reports (performing a document – singing some WikiLeaks)”. No previous
skills required in music or dance.
The mini-opera will be performed at the opening of the exhibition ‘The Rehearsal of
Repetition’ on 31 March 2011. Previous sequences of this performance have been produced
in Paris, Berlin, Oslo, Maastricht, Copenhagen and Geneva.
To register your interest, and for information on rehearsals, contact
Botanical Watercolour with Deirdre Bean
Spend two days exploring botanical watercolour techniques and colour application.
Drawing and the importance of botanical accuracy will be discussed.
This course aims to increase your knowledge of the use of watercolours and colour
application in relation to botanical art. Suitable for beginners and those with some
experience in botanical art or watercolour.
Class costs $165 for both days. Call 85365700 to enrol.
When: Saturday, March 19 at 10:00am – March 20 at 4:00pm
@ Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre – 782 Kingsway, Gymea, Australia
Call Out to Participate | IT WITHOUT A BLINK | EUNHYE HWANG
When: Saturday, March 19 · 12:30pm – 2:30pm
@ 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, 181-187 Hay St, Sydney, Australia
Call Out to Participate
IT WITHOUT A BLINK
Saturday 19 March 2011
…12.30 – 2.30PM
4A are looking for participants to work with Berlin-based Korean artist Eunhye Hwang
in a choreographed performance, It Without A Blink, on Saturday 19th March 2011.
Eunhye Hwang’s performances investigate communication through public interventions that
draw on participatory engagement by an often unexpecting audience.
Members of the audience register their names which will then be performed back to them as
an arrangement of movement and vocalisation by the artist and groups of singers and dancers.
Participants can specify their preference for vocals or dance.
You will work closely with the artist during two rehearsals and the final performance.
The performance will be filmed and screened throughout our exhibition Constellation.
If you would like to be part of this unique opportunity email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02 9212 0380
It Without A Blink is part of 4A’s exhibition Constellation.