It’s that time again… the Archibald, Sulman and Wynne prizes are here, the artists have been choosen, the art is on the wall, the winners will be announced and then the shenanigans will begin at the grand opening!
Art Month Sydney is still going strong and has some great shows throughout Sydney for us to see, as well as gallery tours and talks with arts folk. See below or check out their website for more details http://www.artmonthsydney.com.au
Lastly, make sure you click on all images to see more details and stay tuned as we have a Hopscotch competition coming soon!
Monday 19th March
You are all cordially invited to submit work for our
next open group show – ALMOST FAMOUS ARTISTS
$25/work any medium, open theme.
Real Refuse is coming up Presentation Night – Sat 14th April 5pm
@ Tap Gallery – 278 Palmer St., Darlinghurst – Lesley: ph: 93610440
Zoe Coombs Marr and Claudia O’Doherty are both going to the Melbourne Comedy Festival.
But before that, they are doing a special double bill preview season
When: 7pm: Claudia O’Doherty – The Telescope
When: 8pm: Zoe Coombs Marr – Gone Off
@ Serial Space – 33 Wellington St, Chippendale
Tuesday 20th March
HADYN WILSON, FRANÇOIS JAGGI, DAVID MACKAY
@ Frances Keevil Gallery – Bay Village, 28 – 34 Cross Street Double Bay
Young Guns II -Get in the minds of Morten Lassen, Luke Cornish(E.L.K) & Jeremy Kibel
http://www.artequity.com.au/ – Booking
@ Art Equity – Level 6 Barrack House, 16-20 Barrack Street, Sydney
Cosi – Director: Cathy Boyle
Tickets are $30 ($25 Concession & $22 Student) and are available by calling (02) 8839 3399
When: Tuesday 20th March, 2012 at 10:30 AM
When: Wednesday 21st March, 2012 at 10:30 AM & 7:30 PM
When: Thursday 22nd March, 2012 at 10:30 AM
When: Friday 23rd March, 2012 at 10:30 AM & 7:30 PM
When: Saturday 24th March, 2012 at 2:00 PM & 7:30 PM
@ Riverside Theatres – Corner Church and Market Streets, Parramatta
@ Gallery: 5 Crown Lane – 5 Crown Lane, City of Greater Wollongong
BECAUSE WE CAN
Tully Arnot, Alexandra Clapham, Lydia Dowman, Benjamin Holdstock, Bridie Moran, Stella Rosa McDonald, and Zoe Robertson
@ Kudos Gallery – 6 Napier Street, Paddington
Wednesday 21st March
@ Factory 49 – 49 Shepherd St, Marrickville
Namsoon Lee – Breath
@ Sheffer Gallery – 38 Lander St, Darlington, Sydney
ARTLIB’s Pen and ink drawing class with Anthony Springford
15 places available. No charge – to book a place email firstname.lastname@example.org
@ Theatrette, 47 George St. The Rocks
How Can Small Business Make Social Media Work – She Inspires Seminar series
@ Level 1, 47 George St, The Rocks
Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne – Curated by Jeff Khan
Jeff Khan in conversation with Charlie Sofo – Free event; bookings essential
To book email@example.com or 9697 9999
@ DARREN KNIGHT GALLERY – 840 Elizabeth St, Waterloo
The Open Learning Revolution
Hosted by Susan Groundwater-Smith and led by internationally renowned education reformer, David Price OBE. http://www.eventbrite.com/event/3034565467 – Booking – Cost: $40 (includes food and drinks)
@ Night Parrot – Level 6, Australian Museum, corner College and Yurong Streets, Sydney
Man They’ve Totally Sold Out: Prosperity v Integrity in the arts
Free Bookings essential
@ Gallery Barry Keldoulis, 285 Young Street, Waterloo
The Art of Singleframe Exhibition launch
@ Audi Centre Sydney – 895 South Dowling Street
David Gonski in conservation with Eliza Muldoon
@ Customs House – 31 Alfred Street, Circular Quay
Thursday 22nd March
GREGORY AND WATTS – COCKTAIL HOUR – Art Month SYdney
@ Chalk Horse – 8 Lacey Street, Surry Hills, Sydney
Rob McLeish – CONCEPT FATIGUE
Louise Bourgeois – SPIDER DRAWING
@ db project – 19 Phelps Street, Surry Hills
Gallery 1 – Toni & Guy Yen Young Australian Art Award – Finalists’ Exhibition
Gallery 2 – Megan Jones – Speleology in the Cave of Mnemosyne
Gallery 3 – Daniel Sponiar – 100 Seconds
FAILSPACE – Emily Morandini – MAKE Project Curated by Iris Shen
@ gaffa – 281 Clarence Street, Sydney
25th Kaldor Public Art Project and is titled Thomas Demand ‘The Dailies’
When: (10:30am-12pm RSVP ONLY) – PUBLIC 23 March – 22 April
@ Commercial Travellers’ Association, Martin Place, Sydney. Entrance beneath MLC buidling as you approach from Martin Place.
Process Emergent 2, Kennedy, Lieutenant, Formosa & Acousmatic Sounds
@ At The Vanishing Point – Contemporary Art Inc – 565 King Street Newtown
Art@Night Precinct Party Chippendale/Redfern
@ 1. Damien Minton Gallery
@ 2. DNA projects
@ 3. Galerie pompom
@ 4. MOP Projects
@ 5. NG Art Gallery
@ 6. Serial Space
@ 7. Tin Sheds Gallery
@ 8. UTS Gallery
@ 9. Verge Gallery
@ 10. White Rabbit Gallery
Greatest Hits Film Night
Best of the Sydney College of the Arts Degree Shows Film Screening
Graham Burchett, Clare Ferra, Emma Hicks, Greer Rochford, Julia Rochford, David Watson
@ Verge Gallery – Jane Foss Russell Plaza, City Rd, University of Sydney, Sydney
Infinity – Ms.Cassandra Scott-Finn
@ The Compound – 19-25 Wellington Street, Sydney
A collaborative patching improvised endurance mega modular synthesizer set by
Jonathon Hochman, Alex White, Pia van Gelder
@ Serial Space – 33 Wellington St, Chippendale
Emering in the arts
Achieving acclaim in Austrlia today
@ Artspace – 43 – 51 Cowper Wharf Road Woolloomooloo
Friday 23rd March
@ Salerno Gallery – 70 Glebe Point Road, Glebe
Masculin Féminin (part 2)
MATTHYS GERBER, MATT HINKLEY, TODD MCMILLAN, JAMIE NORTH,
KOJI RYUI, HUSEYIN SAMI, JUSTIN TRENDALL
@ Sarah Cottier Gallery – 3 Neild Avenue, Paddington
ARTLIB’s Mo Godbeer – Encaustic Demonstration
Maximum 15 places. No charge – to book a place email firstname.lastname@example.org
@ Theatrette, 47 George St, The Rocks
Art@Night Precinct Party Surry Hills
Art Bar runs from 8 till late. All welcome – 3. Chalk Horse Gallery
@ 1. 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art
@ 2. Breenspace
@ 3. Chalk Horse Gallery
@ 4. Firstdraft
@ 5. Mark Hanham Gallery
@ 6. Mills Gallery
@ 7. Object Gallery
MAKE THE BUNNY RAD
22 artists from all over australia were sent 7″ vinyl bunnies to customize
@ The Damp Store – Shop 4, 31 Brighton Street, Curl Curl
Saturday 24th March
Art Month: Trendspotting: Where do trends come from and what do they mean?
In this panel we ask where trends emerge from, what influences them,
and the extent to which they shape artistic practice in Australia. Speakers include John McDonald,
art critic, Lisa Corsi, founder of safARI; and Katie Dyer, Senior Curator at the National Art School Gallery.
@ Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation (SCAF) – 16-20 Goodhope Street, Paddington
@ The Ferry Artists Gallery – Shops 1 & 2 Old Northern Road, Wisemans Ferry
Collecting Glass Art and Ceramics
@ Sabbia Gallery – 120 Glenmore Road Paddington
Artist workshop & Dinner Sumptuous two course dinner
$125 per head
http://www.artmonthsydney.com.au (TO BOOK)
@ Johnandpeter Canteen – 245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh
Mobile Phone Photography
Ages: 12-16 years
@ Stills gallery – 36 Gosbell Street, Paddington
Sunday 25th March
ARTLIB’s The Photographic Artist as Tourist class with artist Sue Murray
No charge – to book a place email email@example.com
@ Theatrette, 47 George St, The Rocks
Word Travel’s Speakeasy featuring Sarah Kay and Phil Kaye
Tickets: $15 donation – limited seating – RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
@ Level 2, 40 Gloucester St, The Rocks
NIEA open studio featuring Naomi Shedlezki for Match Box Projects
When: 10am – 5pm
@ Level 2, 47 George St, The Rocks
“PLAY” @ PSEUDO SPACE
@ PSEUDO SPACE – 41 Balmain Road , Leichhardt
THINGS OF INTEREST
During 2012 IMMA is introducing a new online application system for those applying to the Artists’
Residency Programme. The online system will be open to prospective applicants for six weeks from
Friday 18th May until Friday 29th June 2012 and will be accessible through IMMA’s website along
with supporting application guidelines. Successful applications will be scheduled to
participate on the Artists’ Residency Programme in 2013 when it resumes fully at IMMA.
For 2012, due to the refurbishment at IMMA’s RHK site, ARP activities will be limited,
however the full provision of facilitating art professionals living and working on-site at IMMA
will recommence once the Museum returns to its permanent location in 2013.
For more information on the residency programme and IMMA’s ongoing activities please go to http://www.imma.ie
Over 70 leading Australian and international galleries, representing over 900 living artists,
will gather at the 13th biennial Melbourne Art Fair, Australia’s leading Fair of contemporary art.
Melbourne Art Fair 2012 will also feature project rooms showcasing the work of an exciting new generation
of artists, presented in association with independent contemporary art spaces from across Australia and New Zealand.
There are numerous opportunities to further engage in contemporary art during Melbourne Art Week including
Australia’s favourite ‘art party’ – the much anticipated Vernissage opening night, as well as our Lecture
and Forum Program, Education Program, Art Tours and many other exciting and stimulating activities taking
place as part of Melbourne Art Week 2012 from 30 July – 5 August.
Dates and Times
Melbourne Art Fair 2012
Royal Exhibition Building
Carlton Gardens Melbourne Australia
Wednesday 1 August 2012
7:00pm – 10:30pm
2 – 5 August 2012
Open Daily from 11am
Melbourne Art Foundation
Post Office Box 2528
Fitzroy Victoria 3065 Australia
Tel: +61 3 9416 2050
Fax: +61 3 9416 2020
UNLEASHING YOUR CREATIVE FLOW
SATURDAY 31ST MARCH . 5PM
$79 per person
The workshop will be all about looking at different techniques & methods &
sourcing inspiration to get creative, in any field!
The workshop will be an opportunity to explore objects & contexts creativley &
witness some of the mechanisms of an artists practice & discover how to apply your own,
looking at the fundamentals of what it takes to release imagination & get stuck into things.
It will involve some hands on drawing & plenty of time for interactive Q&A, lots of fun &
adventure & totally suited to those just starting to dabble in a creative field or for those
that are comfortable in their creative space, but feel like a bit of a recharge!
The Den Magazine is having it’s next launch at the Gateway Hotel on Friday the 13th of April.
We want to utilise the top gallery of the pub for a ‘Queer or Occult’ themed Art Exhibition.
You’re invited to submit a work, or several! We would love a diverse mixture, crossing all
mediums to explore this theme and represent the art community in regional and coastal areas.
All artworks will be up for sale on the night and will kick start the evening of ghoulish gaiety.
More information on it’s way, fire me back any questions!
Ps. Prizes planned, plus a free entry to the Official Magazine Launch held afterwards for all
exhibiting artists. Send me a yes, if you’re down with that.
Also, pass this on if you know of anyone who would be interested!
Trine and Nick at The Den
The Gateway Hotel
139 Maitland Rd, Newcastle
ATVP presents Sound Garden: Acousmatic Sounds
The Sound Garden is an outdoor space established for the 2012 season –
featuring a rotating roster of experimental and contemporary sound art.
Located on the ground level in the sunny rear courtyard,
tracks are played over an immersive 2-channel stereo audio system.
Callout for interested parties to be involved in our 2012 program are now open.
Each exhibition runs for 4 weeks with our first, Acousmatic Sounds, starting 22nd March.
Acousmatic sound, is sound one hears without seeing an originating cause.
The word acousmatic, from the French acousmatique, is derived from ἀκουσματικοί akousmatikoi,
a term used to refer to probationary pupils of the philosopher Pythagoras who,
so that they might better concentrate on his teachings,
were required to sit in absolute silence while listening to their teacher deliver
his lecture from behind a veil or screen.
Works can be electronic or electro-acoustic pre-recorded works that
can be played in the space throughout the entirety of the exhibition.
For more info and to download a proposal form, please visit:
At The Vanishing Point – Contemporary Art Inc.
565 King Street Newtown NSW 2042
(02) 9519 2340
0430 083 364