A time for beer, cheer and clocks to go forward.. amongst this festive month in the small town of Sydney, we find many great galleries, artists’ and exhibitions.
this Thursday for a Zombie Mash-Up in gallery 3.
Have a brilliant week, say hello if you see us, send us your photos, exhibition invites and any information you wish to share with us. email@example.com
Take it easy and play safe.
Monday 3rd October
Tuesday 4th October
@ Australian Galleries – 15 Roylston Street, Paddington NSW 2021
Rabbit Proof – Annual Printmedia Exhibition
@ Hardware gallery – 263 Enmore Rd, Enmore
Wednesday 5th October
Ali Noble / he says she makes weird colourful things
@ James Dorahy project space – Suite 4, Level one – 111 Macleay St, Potts Point
Character of the Cross People & Place / Past & Present
Story Telling Event with Mandy Sayer & Louis Nowra October 16 3-5pm
Curated by Sandy Edwards – Stills Gallery & Arthere
Kings Cross Photography Prize Exhibition 5 – 24 October
@ Mercure Hotel, Level 2 Reception, Victoria Street, Potts Point
CONTEMPORARY SPIRIT – artists’ from Maningrida including
@ Annandale Galleries – 110 Trafalgar Street, Sydney
HAPPY TALK WORKSHOPS/ TALKS/ EVENTS AT THE PAPER MILL
(more details at end of post)
When: 11:00am – October 8 at 6:00pm
@ Paper Mill – 1 Angel Place, Ash St, Sydney
Ragtime – Redfern artists group exhibition opening
@ Global Galleries Paddington – 5 Comber Street, Paddington
Just Act Natural
@ Watters Gallery – 109 Riley Street, East Sydney
Claude Jones, James Birch and Anna Griffiths
@ Artereal Gallery – 747 Darling Street, Rozelle
ANTENNA INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL
http://www.antennafestival.org 5-9 October 2011
When: 7:00pm – October 9 at 11:30pm
@ CHAUVEL CINEMA – Cnr Oxford St & Oatley Rd, Paddington
Paddington Art Prize
@ Menzies Art Brands Gallery, 12 Todman Avenue, Kensington
Thursday 6th October
ANGELA BRENNAN – Infinity plus One
Nyapanyapa – Birrka
@ Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery – 8 Soudan Lane. (off Hampden St), Paddington
Stephen Hart – Spent Time
celebrate the launch of his book and exhibition
Opened by Terence Maloon – Senior Curator of Special Exhibitions, AGNSW
@ Michael Reid – 44 Roslyn Gardens, Elizabeth Bay
ANTHONY WHITE – Scratching the Surface
@ Iain dawson gallery – 443 oxford street, paddington
Galleries 1 & 2 – Nana Sakata, Anna Stenekes, Isabel Watts – Somewhere They Can’t Find Me
Gallery 3 – Kathryn Cowen, Emma Cummings, Natalya Shinn – Zombie Mash-Up
INTER-PROJECTS – Group Exhibition Design / Taste
@ Gaffa -281 Clarence Street, Sydney
loner – by georgina ross
@ Kaleidoscope gallery – 3-7 danks st, waterloo
@ Australian Galleries – 24 Glenmore Road, Paddington NSW 2021
Inga Dalrymple “Fall Into Place”
@ A-M Gallery – 191 Wilson St Newtown, Sydney
Friday 7th October
Dirt – Iakovos Amperidis and ‘Overlay’ by Cath Brophy
@ Tin Sheds Gallery – City Road, Chippendale
Dawn and Dusk – New Work by Maz Dixon
@ Galleryeight – 12 Argyle Place, Millers Point
Free Public Art Talk “Text in Art” – Richard Tipping in relation to his current exhibition Off the Page.
@ Customs House – Circular Quay
Saturday 8th October
The Cross Art Projects invites you to a conversation
Speakers: Dhalulu Ganambarr and Will Stubbs
Dhalulu Ganambarr is a noted Yolgnu scholar and artist.
Will Stubbs is co-ordinator at Buku-Larrnggay Mulka centre at Yirrkala,
the eminent community-owned Indigenous art centre.
@ The Cross Art Projects – 8 Llankelly Place Kings Cross 2011 (off Orwell Street)
SUE SMALKOWSKI – Stratums of Change
@ Harrison Galleries – 294 Glenmore Road, Paddington
Remarks + Recycles – Peter Hardy
@ Sheffer Gallery – 38 Lander Street, Darlington
Sunday 9th October
THINGS OF INTEREST
This issue we feature the pick of the crop from this year’s National
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award, including painter
Nora Wompi and sculptor Dinni Kunoth Kemarre. You’ll also find our
regular artist profiles.
Cover artist Amber Wallis profiled by Carrie Miller
Nyapanyapa by Timothy Morrell
Raafat Ishak profiled by Sasha Grishin
Collector’s dossier on Fiona Pardington by Peter Shand
Lincoln Austin profiled by Alison Kubler
Judith Wright profiled by Gillian Serisier
Dickie Minyintiri profiled by Maurice O’Riordan
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE…
Ingrid Periz asks why dealers bother to show unsellable art and
Edward Colless takes a look at the new sincerity in art.
We also profile well-known Melbourne collector Paul Guest.
HAPPY TALK AT THE PAPER MILL
Wednesday October 5 – Sat October 8
The Paper Mill is collaborating with Happy Talk to bring four
extensive workshops featuring some of Sydney’s most talented creators.
Covering basketry, bookbinding, lei weaving and object design,
The Paper Mill interprets Happy Talk’s core themes with a
truly Paper Mill twist. The Paper Mill Gallery space will be
transformed into a communal workshop area for one week only,
welcoming participants to source and develop their own inspiration and outcomes.
Happy Talk Collaborators: Anne-Louise Dadak and Sian McIntyre
WEDNESDAY 5 OCTOBER. 3-5:30PM
Yarn making and basket weaving using recycled and found materials.
Create your own practical masterpiece, from the twisting of
yarn to the creation of baskets. Gillian Christie, COFA lecturer
and basket weaving extraordinaire will take you through every step.
Free artist talks from 6pm
THURSDAY 6 OCTOBER. 3-5:30pm
Bookmaking/ bookbinding using recycled and found materials.
Publish your own novel or create an intimate diary to treasure.
Bring your own pages to be bound and sewn or use some of the paper
and materials provided by The Paper Mill. Frances Robinson will
guide you through the process of binding, selecting and protecting
your own paper treasure.
Free artist talks from 6pm
FRIDAY 7 OCTOBER. 3-5:30PM
Lei weaving/ plaiting using found yarn, shells and natural materials.
To combine with Happy Talk Houses Lei Day, The Paper Mill will be
presenting a special lei making workshop with the fabulous Sione
Falemaka as your guide. Learn rope plaiting, weaving, adornment
and threading to create your own garland or wall piece.
Free artist talks from 6pm
SATURDAY 8 OCTOBER. 11AM-1:30PM
Upcycled and redesigned objects and furniture.
Let the Fortynine take you on a journey of invention and creativity.
This group of designers create considered design pieces from other’s discards,
producing contemporary design and functional works of art for your home.
Learn for the experts and create your very own practical focal piece out
of reused materials.
Free artist talks from 2pm
Workshops are $35 adult/ $25 concession. Bookings are strictly limited.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for bookings and inquiries.