Four great shows to see this week
JOANNA BRAITHWAITE @ Darren Knight gallery, Good Ol Days @ Gallery Burlesque,
2011 Undergraduate Degree Show @ SCA & FONAS PLATE AUCTION @ NAS
Have a brilliant week and thankyou for sending us your information.
Monday 14th November
Guest speaker Dr Alan Krell
Associate Professor Sherman School of Art History and Art Education UNSW
@ The Arthouse Hotel 275 Pitt Street Sydney 2000
Tuesday 15th November
The Disappeared Exhibition by Justin Cudmore & Magdalena
@ Katipo – 101 Bondi Road, Bondi, Australia
JOHN DELLA BOSCA: Every Australian Counts
When: 12:30pm – 1:30pm
@ Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts – 280 Pitt Street, Sydney
Deluxe dLux Edition #1 Launch
@ Artereal Gallery
2011 Undergraduate Degree Show
@ Sydney College of the Arts, Balmain Road Rozelle (enter opposite Cecily Street)
Price: Entry will be $15 at the door. This includes food, alcohol, and a copy of Vibewire’s quarterly anthology.
@ Sappho Books Cafe & Wine Bar – 51 Glebe Point Road, Glebe
FONAS PLATE AUCTION 2011
@ NAS – Cell Block Theatre – Forbes street, Darlinghurst
Still Lives – Ancestral Ghosts
278 Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst
@ Robin Gibson Gallery – 278 Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst
Gallery Burlesque “Good Ol’Days”
@ St James Hotel – 114 castlereagh street, Sydney
@ Factory 49 – 49 Shepherd Street, Marrickville
Jenny Sages – Transience of Time
@ King Street Gallery on William – 177 William Street, Darlinghurst
Thursday 17th November
@ BREENSPACE – Level 3, 17–19 Alberta Street, Sydney
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EX. transforms the ‘reader’ into a participant.
@ Kaleidoscope Gallery – 3-7 Danks Street, Waterloo
Galleries 1, 2 & 3 – Group Exhibition – Hello Dolly
INTER Projects – Group exhibition
@ Gaffa – 281 Clarence Street, Sydney
Ground Floor: Virtually Reality
Gallery 4.5: Invasion Day – Coming Through the Heads
Starewell Gallery: Greg Petchkovsky
@ At The Vanishing Point – 565 King Street Newtown
Kirsten T Smith
@ Lou Jacks – 420 King street, Newtown, Sydney
Over 40 artists working in diverse mediums including jewellery,
photography, skateboard illustration, new media and zines.
@ Verge Gallery – Jane Foss Russell Plaza, City Rd, University of Sydney, Sydney
Shen Shaomin – The Day After Tomorrow
@ 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art – 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art
Friday 18th November
JULIE FRAGAR – The Albatross and a Mountain Man
@ Sarah Cottier Gallery – 3 Neild Avenue, Paddington
@ Gallery W – 6 Bourke St Woolloomooloo
@ Marianne Newman Gallery – 1/1 Albany Street, Crows Nest
SHUTTERSEED Presents KABUL KIDS – A collection of photographs from Afghanistan’s youth
@ China Heights – 3/ 16-28 Foster Street, Surry Hills
Dementia – Tilly Leahy
@ Galleryeight – 12 Argyle Place, Millers Point, Sydney
Robyn Caughlan – My Journey an exhibition
Fashion Show, Silent Art Auction
@ CHAUVEL CINEMA – Level 2, Cnr Oxford St & Oatley Rd, Paddington
GALLERY NTK STUDENT EXHIBITION
@ GALLERY NTK 2/90-100 EDWIN ST, NTH CROYDON
Jardine Hansen installation and film night
@ The Clubhouse – 77 George St basement, The Rocks
Saturday 19th November
Prasad Australia for their Charity Art Auction and Summer Garden Party.
This is a wonderful opportunity to purchase works by some of Sydney’s leading
contemporary and investment artists including David Boyd, Elizabeth Cummings,
Garry Shead, John Peart, Douglas Little, Rob Eadie. Select artisan pottery and
jewellery will also be on view for auction.
@ National Trust Centre – Observatory Hill, The Rocks Sydney
ROD HOLDAWAY – Familiar Terrain
@ Stella Downer Fine Art – 2 Danks Street, Waterloo
Euan Heng – Curious Music
When: 4-6 pm
@ Boutwell Draper Gallery – 82 George Street Redfern, Sydney 2016
JOANNA BRAITHWAITE – Pecking Order
JAMES MORRISON – A History of Robotics
@ DARREN KNIGHT GALLERY – 840 Elizabeth St, Waterloo
Sunday 20th November
Hajara Waraka Miqass Nicole Barakat
Artist Nicole Barakat will spend a week in Plump Gallery making works from
found paper in response to the seeds/threads that were sown/sewn during her
residency in Bethlehem,Palestine in July–August 2010.
@ Plump Gallery – 240 Enmore Rd, Enmore, Sydney
THINGS OF INTEREST
Waverley Council and the Waverley Woollahra Art School would like
to hear from artists about their experience of the Waverley Art Prize
and how it could be improved next year. Please take 90 seconds to
complete this online survey. http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/waverley_art_prize
The survey closes 30 November 2011
Thank you and if you have any questions about the Waverley Art Prize or this survey, please call
02 9387 2461
2012 SAMAG SEMINAR SUGGESTIONS November 2011
The SAMAG Committee is currently developing the 2012 seminar program and as we greatly
value the input of our audience we have developed a short questionaire for your completion.
This allows everyone the opportunity to suggest topics and/or speakers as well as provide the
committee with relevant feedback following the 2011 program.
For your chance to win a 2012 membership please complete this survey by Tuesday 15 November 2011.
Thank you for your support throughout 2011, we look forward to bringing you details of the 2012
program in the near future. In the meantime details of events to be held during November
at Casula and Newcastle are now available on the website.
Sydney Arts Management Advisory Group E email@example.com
T (02) 8250 5722
PO Box 18, Leichhardt 2040
PAN MAGAZINE is a cultural biannual with a literary bent which includes the
work of emerging and established artists and writers.
PAN is looking for passionate, talented and original voices to contribute to our Art Section.
This is a wonderful opportunity to have your writing published.
The theme for issue #3 is ‘WHY?’
We will accept very broad interpretations of this theme.
We’re looking for articles that explore the theme of ‘why’ and can take the form
of contemporary art theory, critique of an artwork or a feature or interview with an artist or artists in collaboration.
Please email your pitch with a sample of your writing to our art editor at firstname.lastname@example.org by 20th NOV 2011.
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