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Welcome to the last month of winter, we are loving this weather, though a drop of rain is here or there is ok..
So many shows but a couple to check out this week, one is the first solo show of Anne-Laure Druais at Gaffa Gallery this Thursday, Click on the image below to see her website.
Then the other Luke Sciberras and John Olsen…Sure to be a big turn out! This Wednesday at Tim Olsen Gallery.
One last point, this week there are a lot of points of interest at the end of the blog.
Take care and Play safe.
Monday 8th August
Tuesday 9th August
@ Hardware Gallery – 263 Enmore Road, Enmore
Peter Churcher – Recent Paintings
@ Australian Galleries – 15 Roylston Street, Paddington
John Fries Memorial Prize 2011 – for emerging visual artists
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or (02)9310 2018
@ Viscopy’s exhibition space: 1 Blackfriars Street, Chippendale
Tight Space – 33 Roslyn st, Kings Cross
AFRICAN ADORNED EXHIBITION
@ Katipo Cafe – 101 Bondi Rd, Bondi
@ Damien Minton Gallery Annex Space – 583 Elizabeth St, Redfern
Wednesday 10th August
John Olsen & Luke Sciberras
Max Creasy – Paintings
@ James Dorahy Project Space – Suite 4, Level One, Minerva Building, 111 Macleay Street, Potts Point
The Difference – PicLe
@ global gallery 5 comber st paddington nsw 2021
Quit your day job – Joel Birch
joint mural by Roach
@ Lofi – Floor 3, 383 Bourke St, Surry Hills
ALBERS & SEIDLER
@ DOMINIK MERSCH GALLERY – 2 Danks Street Waterloo
Shine On You Crazy Diamond curated by Meghan Rheynolds
@ DedSpace Gallery – Callan Park/Sydney College of the Arts, Balmain Rd (enter opp. Cecily St), Rozelle
Michelle Hanlin Marked Resemblance
@ GALLERY 9 – 9 Darley St, Darlinghurst
Gallery 1: Weather Underwater with ELF Balaclava Fascinators – Jacquelene Drinkall
Gallery 2: Man Crush, Seth Birchall
Gallery 3: Second City – Stella Rosa McDonald
@ Firstdraft – 116—118 Chalmers St, Surry Hills
Thursday 11th August
Gallery One: Anne-laure Druais – Hitchcock & co4
MIKE WORRALL – PORTALS TO THE SUBCONSCIOUS
Samantha Tidbeck – Recent Allegories and Studies
@ CHARLES HEWITT GALLERY – 335 South Dowling Street, Darlinghurst
ALEX GAWRONSKI – Making Space
@ 55 SYDENHAM RD MARRICKVILLE NSW 2204 AU – 5 SYDENHAM RD MARRICKVILLE NSW 2204 AU
clouds & roses launch
@ Rex Livingston Art Gallery – 59 Flinders Street, Sydney
LOVE IS HERE
@ aMBUSH Gallery – 4a James Street, Waterloo
Film NIght and Workshop with Gary Foley
@ Tin Sheds Gallery – 148 City Rd, Sydney University Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning
Contested Territory, curated by Luisa Velasco
@ At The Vanishing Point – Contemporary Art Inc – 565 King Street, Newtown
Friday 12th August
FACES BEHIND THE SELF – an ongoing series by Monica Epstein
Andrew Antoniou – Theatre of Chance & Enchantment
Austarlian Galleries works on paper – 24 Glenmore Road, Paddington NSW 2021
Saturday 13th August
SUE MEYER – HERE AND NOW
Rather Be Naked’
@ Tortuga Studios – 31 Princess Hwy St Peters
ENZO SANTORO – PAINTINGS
@ Soho Galleries – Corner Crown & Cathedral Sts., SYDNEY
I Heart Gallery DIY Markets Take Two
@ I Heart Gallery – 643 King St, Newtown
Sunday 14th August
THINGS OF INTEREST
Onur Ka from Gallery Burlesque (see facebook or website) is
looking for artists that are interested in exhibiting
at our October night! No hire cost at all… get more exposure in an art friendly
environment and met fellow creative people!!!
October 12 exhibition night is open for proposals!!!
(contact him for more info)
Help celebrate Glen Eira’s Cultural Diversity
To celebrate Victorian Multicultural Week, Glen Eira City Council’s Living Together
Cultural Day will be held in March 2012 in picturesque Caulfield Park.
We are calling for expressions of interest from cultural groups and
individuals in and around the City of Glen Eira, including:
• community groups — to conduct performances, activities, information stalls, food stalls;
• sporting groups and associations;
• food vendors and businesses; and
All the above must be culturally specific and relevant to the overall
theme of the event which is the many and diverse cultures of the City of Glen Eira.
The 2012 event will be open to all cultural groups and is a non-religious cultural celebration.
Spaces are limited so please get in early with your expression of interest.
For further information or to register your interest, contact Council’s
Service Centre on 9524 3333 or email email@example.com.
THE GLEBE ART SHOW
The guidelines and entry forms for the 2011
Glebe Art Show are now on the web site at http://www.glebeartshow.org.au
They are also available in all of Sydney Council’s libraries.
There are a few changes this year:
– We have reduced the commission from 33% to 25% ,
– We have new sponsors for the Peoples Choice Prize, Robert Forbes and Assoc and
Glebe Picture Frames, and so are able to put that prize up to $500 this year,
– The Lord Mayor, Clover Moore will be opening the show at 5pm and not the usual
6pm on Friday 23 September,
and I want to stress that we will only accept one work in any one category this year
with a mazimum of 2 works from any artist becasue we are limited with space.
I look forward to seeing you there
Entries close September 1st, 2011. Please see info below.
In an attempt to keep it simple:
Theme: Any interpretation of “Fur”, any medium.
Entry fee: $5 per person. Selection fee: $25 (Total $30 if selected)
Perks: Prize TBA (non-acquisitive)
How to enter: Form here:
Exhibition Dates: September 7-15, 2011
Submission deadline: September 1st, 2011, via email.
All works must be for sale.
The power of people: organisational psychology for the arts August 2011
3.30-7.00pm, Monday 29 August 2011
Australia Council, 372 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills
People are the key to the success of any organisation. This is particularly true in the arts sector –
an industry that enjoys the benefits of a community that cares passionately about its work,
even if it doesn’t always enjoy the benefits of big budgets.
SAMAG thinks the topic of Organisational Psychology in the arts sector is so important that
we’re breaking with our standard format and offering an intensive afternoon seminar
on understanding people and their potential.
The session will cover motivation and productivity, learning and growth, working with
groups and teams, and the impact of and solutions to stress. The session is geared
toward all arts workers, be they from volunteer groups to major institutions.
The session will be run by Eliza Muldoon, an awarded lecturer at the School of Art
History and Art Education within the College of Fine Arts (COFA).
Eliza’s fascination with processes and people led her to a Bachelor of Science,
Psychology (hons) degree. She now indulges this fascination as an awarded lecturer
at the School of Art History and Art Education within the College of Fine Arts (COFA)
and also recently at the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS).
In addition, Eliza is the founder and director of artsinterview.com, a new web resource
dedicated to the discussion of Australian arts workers organisational practices and experiences.
Eliza’s various professional ventures explore the interaction of art and psychology and
their combined potential to influence the development of individual, community and arts industry wellbeing.
Janelle Prescott firstname.lastname@example.org or (02) 8250 5722 (msg only)
$30 – 2011 SAMAG Members / $50 – non-members.
Please pay at the door – cash or cheque only
Half yearly memberships now available email: email@example.com
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Sydney Arts Management Advisory Group E firstname.lastname@example.org
T (02) 8250 5722 W http://www.samag.org P PO Box 18, Leichhardt 2040
The studio spaces are offered to selected emerging artists for free, on the basis
of being in attendance at the gallery on a regular basis, and to help out with the
week-to-week running of the gallery. It is assumed that a residency at SNO involves
being part of the group, and that our interests are shared.
We look forward to hearing from you.
SNO curatorial team