This week saw the Archibald, Sulman and the Wynne winners announced Congratulatons to the winners!
And now as we all should know the MCA had its opening weekend.
For more images of the new look MCA click on the link below.
Don’t forget our Hopscotch competition
Finally Happy Easter!
Monday 2nd April
Tuesday 3rd April
JON CATTAPAN’s – Imagine a Raft
@ DOMINIK MERSCH GALLERY – 2 Danks Street Waterloo
@ Robin Gibson – 278 Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst
Juliet Darling – A Curator’s Last Will and Testament
@ Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery
BIOGRAPHIC LANDSCAPE- Annie Cohen
@ Kudos Gallery – 6 Napier Street, Paddington
April GreenUps – Green Arts
A night of inspiration, conversation and celebration of sustainable arts practice
@ CarriageWorks – 245 Wilson St, Sydney
@ Little Fish – 22 Enmore Rd, Newtown
Wednesday 4th April
@ At Factory 49, 49 Shepherd St, Marrickville
@ Tim Olsen Gallery – 63 Jersey Road, Woollahra
John Stanfield – Variant Shades
@ Sheffer – 38 Lander St, Darlington, Sydney
The Animal Show
@ King Street Gallery on William – 177 William Street, Darlinghurst
SPRINGBOARD: Info Session
Springboard is a new mentoring and support program for Sydney Fringe
2012, designed to assist an emerging Sydney artist or company develop
a new work for the Fringe through practical assistance and advice.
@ Seymour Centre – Corner City Road and Cleveland Street, Chippendale, Sydney
April at Firstdraft (Alternate Universal Studios)
@ firstdraft gallery – 116—118 Chalmers St, Surry Hills
@ The Toxeth Hotel, 345 Glebe Point Road
Shadowplay: Jumaadi – Jason Wing – Ruark Lewis
@ Dna Projects Contemporary Art – 3 Blackfriars St, Chippendale, Sydney
Francis Thorburn in the Project Space
@ Artereal Gallery – 747 Darling Street, Rozelle
Thursday 5th April
Deep Sea X New Moon – Joel & Candice Cameron
@ kind of — gallery – 118 Oxford St, Darlinghurst, Sydney
Peregrine – Anton Pulvirenti
@ Salerno Gallery – 70 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe
Gallery One: Studio ARTISTS – Studio ARTISTS Collaborate
Gallery Two: Adam France and Josie Stomann – Voodoo Voodon’t
Gallery Thre: E.G.H.A.D. – Free Facelifts
Failspace: OK YEAH COOL GREAT – Brat Pack
@ gaffa – 281 Clarence Street, Sydney
States Of Mind
@ 383 Bourke st, Surry Hills, Sydney
@ Kaleidoscope Gallery – 3-7 Dank Street, Waterloo
Friday 6th April
Saturday 7th April
Sunday 8th April
THINGS OF INTEREST
Real Refuses: THE DEMOCRATIC ARCHIBALD PRIZE !
Saturday 14th April marks the 16th Anniversary of Australia’s largest Art “non” Event –
Real Refuses – where artists not selected for the ARCHIBALD, WYNNE, SULMAN, and
DOUG MORAN Art Prizes exhibit their work at TAP Gallery in Darlinghurst to win the popular
“People’s Choice Award”, selected by the public on the night.
Real Refuses has become firmly established as part of the “Archibald Season”.
While it is an exhibition of rejected artwork, it is much more than that…
It is about giving a fair go to all the artists involved in Australia’s largest art events.
Not everyone can win an Archibald but here everyone can exhibit along side their peers.
(You’ll find past winners of Australia’s biggest art prizes here as well!)
In the past an extraordinary range of subjects from the NSW Premier, Mayor of Willoughby,
Anthony Mundeen, Tony Abbott, Leo Sawyer, the then Prime Minister John Howard, Madame Lash,
Elizabeth Cummings, Professor Bruce James Brew, and Jaiwei, a winner of the Sulman.
TAP GALLERY, Level 1, 278 Palmer Street, Darlinghurst
GALA PRESENTATION NIGHT: Saturday 14th April 2006, 5-8pm
(includes the “People’s Choice Award”)
RUNS TO: Sunday 21 April, with a high tea at 3pm for all the exhibiting artists. This is the last day of the show.
On view 12-6pm Daily
CONTACT: Lesley Dimmick, TAP GALLERY on 02 9361 0440.
The Head On Photo Festival is but a few weeks around the corner. With the printed program
set to hit the streets in mid April and the full program going live on our website before Easter –
we thought it was about time that our loyal fans got the early scope on the events.
Secure your tickets to events and beat the rush!
This year we bring back the old favourite; the two day Seminar, jam-packed full of presentations
and discussion panels. Portfolio Reviews and Workshop Courses with the industry’s best, are new in 2012.
There will also be many more events revealed at a later date.
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200 Exhibitions, Events and Workshops
4 May – 3 June 2012
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Head On Photo Festival is going to be huge this year!