Well with a new relocation of studio and office.. It has been an adventure..
With currently no internet access, we have to go to the local library, where the internet half way through
blogging crashes.. But a kind lady told me to head to the local pub, and sink a schooner and use the free
wifi… Well it helped. Thanks for the advise.
Sorry for confusion of wrong dates last week.. Almost back to normal now..
Check out a friend of ours Julian Meagher – on Art Nation tonight.
This week also sees the yearly chase for the Archibald prize..
who will win this year?
Check out our friends at Strobed – see their website – http://www.strobed.com.au/ Keep up the great work guys.
So this is this week shows below and the end of my our blogging adventure, so to beer or not to beer(again) is the question.. Have a great week!
Monday 11th April
Charity Event for Earthquake in Japan – INORI- PRAYER
Opening by Simon Cooper
Head of Academic Studies at National Art School
@ Masuda Gallery – Suite 2, 28-30 Surrey St, Darlinghurst
TRUE ROMANCE at dear pluto
@ Dear Pluto – 5a Wilshire Street, Surry Hills
Tuesday 12th April
Sydney Children’s Hospital (Randwick)
Autumn Art Exhibitions
When:5.30 – 7.30pm.
@ Sydney Children’s Hospital (Randwick)
Life in Australia during the First World War – FREE Public Talk
@ Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts – 280 Pitt Street, Sydney
Wednesday 13th April
Ken Searle – Two Weeks in Chloride Street
Bryan King – Paintings
@ WATTERS GALLERY – 109 Riley Street, East Sydney
TONY SLATERb – AUSTRALIAN LANDSCAPE
@ Defiance Gallery I – 47 Enmore Road, Newtown
Set in Stone: The National Art School and the Cell Block Theatre
Declan O’doherty : Recent Works
@ Mils gallery – 15 randle st surry hills, Sydney
This Little Teapot Exhibition
@ Paper Plane Gallery – 727 Darling St, Rozelle
Launch of SCA April Exhibitions
@ Sydney College of the Arts – Balmain Road Rozelle (enter opposite Cecily Street)
Design Talk: Different aspects of Visual Communication
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
@ COFA’s Main Lecture Theatre (EGO2), Cnr Oxford St & Greens Rd, Paddington
Thursday 14th April
Lily Karedada: the last of the great Wandjina painters
@ Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery – 31 Lamrock Avenue, Bondi
@ Oh Really Gallery – 55 Enmore rd, newtown
The Empty Exhibition
@ aMBUSH Gallery – 4a James St Waterloo. Sydney
Friday 15th April
Awfully Wonderful: Science Fiction in Contemporary Art:
Exhibition entry is free. ClubHouse screenings are $10*
View the full Awfully Wonderful program and opening times at performancespace.com.au
When: 10:00am – May 14 at 5:00pm
@ Performance Space at CarriageWorks – 245 Wilson St
Monstrosity Gallery’s first ever book launch!
Saturday 16th April
Art + Humour Me
@ Brenda May Gallery – 2 Danks street, Waterloo
Gallery talk for ‘Vision’
@ Art Est, art school and gallery – Studio 4, 67-69 Lords Rd, Leichhardt
Sunday 17th March
THINGS OF INTEREST
Easter Holiday Art Classes for Children 11-21 April 2011
Looking for some creative entertainment for your kids during the Easter School holidays? Gallery NTK has two weeks of
fun art workshops for kids of all ages where they can explore and create their own masterpieces. Each holiday art
class is just $30 per child for 2 hours or $50 per child for 3 hours or $100 for the whole day
Enrol in a single art class, a whole day or for the full program as every day is different. Places are limited so book
early to ensure you don’t miss out!
Call Norma on 0414 690169
Tangent Mag ar currently preparing the coming issue of Tangent Magazine #7 ‘UNCENSORED GLAMOR’.
Photographers, stylists, creatives are welcome to enter their work now (fashion editorials, fashion videos,
If you wish to be part of this coming issue, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with a sample of your work, or
alternatively the address of your online portfolio.
We will provide you with full conditions of entry and mood board.
All submissions are closing May 20th 2011.
Be quick and creative!
INDEX. is calling for proposals for “What Things Look Like”, a group exhibition of photomedia to be mounted as a part of the Headon Photo Festival. This exhibition asks contemporary photomedia artists to respond to Gary Winnogrand’s famous claim that he photographed in order to see what things looked like photographed. Implicit in this claim is an understanding that by photographing a thing, you change it, you alter its percep…tible being. “What Things Look Like” celebrates our ability to change the reality we record,
to render it more human even as we render it less real.
Proposals due 5:00pm Fri April 15th 2011
Artists will be informed of our selection by Mon April 18th
Selected work must be delivered by Mon May 2nd
In your submission please include:
Name: / Postal Address: / Email Address: / Phone:
A brief description of your proposed artwork: (up to 150 words)
A brief description of any special installation requirements.
1-5 images, concept drawings (jpeg’s 1-2MB in size), or a dvd of your proposed artwork, or similar previous works:
A brief artistic CV: (1/2 page max)
In order to cover rental and running costs, participation in this three week show will attract a fee of $85.00
Email your proposal to: email@example.com