This is week is jam packed full of shows information and fun stuff to warm your hearts and your hands!
Welcome to winter in Sydney, Sunny but a chill in the air.
Check out the underbelly arts festival: click on the logo below:
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Monday 11th July
Tuesday 12th July
@ Australian Galleries – 15 Roylston Street, Paddington
BENCHMARK: new typologies in seating design
INANDOUTOF NEWCASTLE – Group show
ANGELA LANE – Waiting for the fall
@ Damien Minton Gallery – 61-63 great buckingham st, redfern
Poly Gallery & ACON present PALETTE – An exhibition of 25 women artists
@ Polymorph Body Piercing Studio – 82 Enmore Road, Newtown
Wednesday 13th July
Julie Krone – word-bloc
ARTPark Australia – innovative contemporary sculpture
The opportunity to engage and acquire beautiful large
scale sculpture has never been easier.
Sculptures of varying mediums, scale, interior and
exterior finish are available for acquisition in both corporate and domestic environments.
@ AMP Centre – 50 Bridge St Sydney
Anne Zahalka Presents, BONDI THE BEAUTIFUL
When: 10:00am – July 24 at 5:00pm
@ Bondi Pavilion Gallery – Queen Elizabeth Drive, Bondi beach
Images from the 2011 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras
@ Australian Centre For Photography – 257 Oxford St Paddington
SITE OCCUPIED – installation exhibition by Cigdem Aydemir
@ Alpha Gallery – 226 Union St Erskineville, Sydney
Thursday 14th July
Del Kathryn Barton – satellite fadeout
Marley Dawson – HEAVY INDUSTRY/LIGHT COMMERCIAL
@ Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery – 8 Soudan Lane, Paddington
Gallery One – Start From Zero – World Speed Bombin Tour
Gallery Two – PMFK – The Line
Gallery Three – Michelle Park – Stranger than strange
SPI Space – Marilyn Schneider – Directory
@ gaffa – 281 Clarence Street, Sydney
SHARE : Sydney
@ Serial Space – 33 Wellington St, Chippendale, NSW 2008
Sand Conquers All -Adriano Rosselli and Ezekiel Morgan
DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS SHAMEFULLY PRESENT “DELAYED REACTIONS”
@ Lo-Fi Collective, 383 Bourke St, Darlo
FOR THE LULZ
LATE NIGHT LIBRARY – Stories About My Family
@ Surry Hills Library – 405 CROWN ST, Surry Hills
Friday 15th July
HOT OFF THE PRESS: SYDNEY PRINTMAKERS – CELEBRATING 50 YEARS
@ Manly Art Gallery & Museum – West Esplanade Reserve, Manly
@ China Heights Gallery – Level 3, 16-28 Foster Street, SurryHills
Ron Adams, Richard Kean, and Harriet Body
@ Eastern Bloc – 138 Evans St, Rozelle
Jade Santo – Uncovered
@ Galleryeight – 12 Argyle Place
Saturday 16th July
HANJI PAPER MAKING DEMONSTRATION
Come and see a demonstration in Hanji Paper Making given by Soon
Hee Ko, a Hanji craft artist Hanji is a traditional handmade paper made from the inner bark of the mulberry tree.
@ The National Art School Gallery, Darlinghurst.
Miertje SKIDMORE Abstract paintings
@ SOHO Galleries ANNEX – Home Ideas Centre – 61 O’Riorden ST, Alexandria
Stencil making with class
How Much: just $30 dollars for three hours of stencil fun.
@ MOON AGE – 255b Crown St, Surry Hills
Underbelly Arts Festival July 16
This is your chance to experience some of the most exciting,
innovative and experimental works coming out of Australia,
all in the incredible surrounds of Cockatoo Island, Sydney Harbour.
You can explore on your own or go on a tour, watch a show, get lost
in an interactive installation or relax to some great music with a
drink in the Festival Bar.
Tickets are $15/$10 presale and $20/$15 on the day.
Go here to buy tix now: http://underbellyarts.com.au/2011/the-festival/tickets/
For more info visit:
Public ferries depart regularly from Circular Quay, Darling Harbour Terminal, Greenwich Point,
Woolwich and Balmain wharves. They run approximately every half hour and you can find the full
schedule here: http://www.sydneyferries.info/timetables/cockatoo-island.htm
@ Cockatoo Island
@ Wilson street gallery – 30-34 Wilson St
Sunday 17th June
generationext @ NAS
generationext. talk art. eat food. listen to live music. no teachers. no parents.
Come join generationext as we venture out of the MCA! We’re renovating, so this winter
generationext goes acoustic at the National Art School in Darlinghurst. Celebrate the
offsite exhibition Tell Me, Tell Me: Australian and Korean Art 1976 – 2011
with art workshops, competitions, live music, Korean & Australian food and mix with
hundreds of teenagers who LOVE contemporary art!
Are you 12-18 years old and at high school? Connect with contemporary art and culture
through generationext – a FREE event just for teenagers! generationext is supervised
by the MCA Learning staff, designed with input from the generationext Youth Committee and is drug and alcohol free.
RSVP essential by Thursday 14 July
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 02 9241 7196
PS: Embrace the exhibition’s theme of friendship – bring along your best mate and a picnic blanket!
Befriend us on facebook at ‘generationext Sydney’ to enter the draw to win a prize
Please note: this upcoming generationext is being held at a new time from 3pm to 5pm, and at a different venue –
When: 3.00 – 5.00pm
@ The National Art School is located on the corner of Forbes and Burton Streets in Darlinghurst
THINGS OF INTEREST
For more information on the MCA
DONATE YOUR BROKEN UMBRELLA TO ART
We are looking for old, broken or unwanted umbrellas to be recycled
into an artwork for the upcoming exhibition Primavera 2011.
If you have any umbrellas that you would like to donate
please contact email@example.com.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org