This weeks ‘In Studio’ profile is artist Remnim Alexander Tayco, who is the last artist to have a show at Charles Hewitt Gallery.
With Remnin’s show opening this Thursday, Charles Hewitt Gallery is a must visit this week. It could be a bit of a party, here is the link:
Finally, we all know the 18th Beinnale of Sydney is apon us, so check out our Biennale preview from Tuesday. Take a look at images from around the Sydney venues, here is the link: https://sydneyartgalleriesandartcommunity.wordpress.com/2012/06/26/sneak-preview-of-the-18th-biennale-of-sydney-2012-all-our-relations/
18TH BIENNALE OF SYDNEY: NOW OPEN
The 18th Biennale of Sydney: all our relations is now open!
As Australia’s largest and most exciting visual arts event, the 18th Biennale presents more than
220 works by over 100 artists and collaborators – including many new works created especially for Sydney.
The exhibition is presented at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia,
Pier 2/3 and the legendary Cockatoo Island. For the first time, the Biennale is collaborating with Redfern-based contemporary
arts institution Carriageworks, that will present two international dance performances and an art installation as part of the exhibition.
Alongside the exhibition, the Biennale presents artist talks, guided tours, performances, forums,
family days and other special events – throughout the 12 weeks of the festival.
Thanks to Etihad Airways, Biennale artists from around the world have flown to Sydney to take part in our exiting program of Opening Week events.
For more information, visit bos18.com.
Have a great week!.. Send us an email at email@example.com if you want to send us details for a show opening, an arts event or opporunity, whether you want to be in the ‘In Studio’ or ‘In Gallery’ Profiles. We love to hear from you.
Monday 2nd July
Tuesday 3rd July
GLOSSOLALIA – Wally McGregor and Skye Wagner
@ KUDOS GALLERY – 6 Napier St Paddington
LIQUID ARCHITECTURE 13 – Antarctic Convergence
Artist Talks followed by Live Performance
@ Serial Space – 33 Wellington Street, Chippendale, Sydney
Ahn Hee Sun – In the Flower Garden
@ NG Art Gallery & Mission Restaurant Bar – 3 Little Queen Street, Chippendale
Keating! The Musical presented by Kore Productions
+ Groups of 10 or more people receive a 15% discount
@ Sidetrack Theatre – 142 Addison Road, Marrickville
Wednesday 4th July
ROAD SHOW – LUKE SCIBERRAS & GUY MAESTRI
@ Tim Olsen Gallery – 63 Jersey Road, Woollahra
A World Without Women – VICKI GRACE AUSTRALIA GEORGE KURUVILLA INDIA PARK, DAE-CHO KOREA
@ CONNY DIETZSCHOLD GALLERY – 99 Crown Street, East Sydney
KERRY CANNON & HANS JANSEN – THE FROST GIANTS
LANDSCAPE ARTISTS – Ivan Goodacre, Rudy Kistler & Elizabeth Jakubiw
@ Global Gallery – 5 Comber Street Paddington
DAYDREAM NATION – DAKOTA GORDON
@ The Tate – 345 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe
@ Paper plane – 727 Darling street, Rozelle
Flash Independent Artists Group Show
@ Tap Gallery Sydney – 278 Palmer Street, Darlinghurst
Artefacts from The Greater Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere (featuring Abdul Abdullah, Casey Ayres and Nathan Beard)
@ Artereal Gallery – 747 Darling Street, Rozelle
Thursday 5th July
Tree Ballad – Remnim Alexander Tayco
Edgar Chahine and the Etching Revival
@ Charles Hewitt Gallery – 335 SOUTH DOWLING STREET, DARLINGHURST
BLANKET CAPERS – NEW WORK BY MICHAEL MCWILLIAMS
@ MiCK – 44 Gurner Street, Paddington
A1-Auto 1: Self portraits through the eye of an electron microscope
@ Verge Gallery – City Road, Jane Foss Russell Plaza, University of Sydney.
NEWS OF THE WORLD – new paintings – IAN THOMAS
@ GALLERY ALOFT – Shop 2/654 Darling Street Rozelle 2039
CHRISTIAN THOMPSON – WE BURY OUR OWN
@ Chalk Horse – 8 Lacey Street, Surry Hills
CONVERSATIONS with DIEGO SINGH
@ Mclemoi Gallery – 45 Chippen Street, Chippendale
Life In Limbo
will feature inspiring works by asylum seekers from such countries as Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Burma and Pakistan.
@ UTS Sydney – 15 Broadway, Ultimo – Foyer Gallery
Extensions of a No-Place (The Stone Buildings)
@ Mossman Art Gallery – Corner Art Gallery Way and Myahgah Road Mosman
Found in Translation – Inaugural Opening
$5 entry for what promises to be an engaging series.
@ El Fire Gallery 22 Enmore Rd Newtown
Friday 6th July
Metropolis, drawings – Anna Ancher
GINKGO 166 St Johns Road, Forest Lodge Glebe
@ GINKGO – 166 St Johns Road, Forest Lodge, Glebe
Carlos Barrios at Goulburn regional gallery
@ Goulburn Regional Art Gallery – Goulburn Mulwaree Council, Civic Centre, Cnr Bourke & Church Sts, Goulburn.
Careers in Retail Exhibition at 55 Sydenham Rd
@ 55 Sydenham Rd Marrickville NSW 2204 AU – 55 Sydenham Rd, Marrickville
Ashvini Ramanan I a-mor-phous
@ Galleryeight – 12 Argyle Place, Millers Point
SEMI PRECIOUS – a group show
@ Newsagency Gallery – 332 Stanmore Rd Petersham, Sydney
Saturday 7th July
@ Hang- Nicole Ruiz Gallery – 212 Brooklyn Road, Brooklyn
A Painterly Selection – group show
(Featuring Liz Cuming, Rudy Kistler, Meredith Cooper, Vanessa Stockard, Deborah Harris, Allan Byrne, Laraine Deer & Scott Rudkin)
@ Artists Deli-Artspace – 6-7/31 Station Street, Bowral
Mark Hislop’s exhibition The Inbetween
@ Michael Reid at Elizabeth Bay – 44 Roslyn Gardens, Elizabeth Bay
DISTANCIATION, a collaborative project investigating the possibilities of production and exhibition in a non white cube world.
Artists Kate Williams, Carla Liesch, Richard Kean and Hayley Megan French have spent 4 weeks in the INDEX.
@ INDEX – 60 Hutchinson Street St Peters
Thread Paper Fibre Clay – official opening
@ Depot II Gallery, 2 Danks st Waterloo
@ Index Studios – 60 Hutchinson st., Saint Peters
@ Gallery Ecosse – ‘Halcyon’ Exeter Road, Exeter
Wild Stories – DIEGO BONETTO
BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL as numbers are limited
@ DELMAR GALLERY – TRINITY GRAMMAR SCHOOL 144 VICTORIA ST, ASHFIELD
Sunday 8th July
Opening of Tenet meetups
Join us for a social meetup between multi-talented artists
When: 2:00pm until 5:00pm
@ El Fire Gallery 22 Enmore Rd Newtown
THINGS OF INTEREST + opportunities for artists
A.R.P Artist Residency Program is an artist studio residency program that provides
emerging and established contemporary visual artists with affordable and centrally located
studio space. A.R.P aims to fosters lasting support networks between artists at differing
stages in their careers from a vast range of disciplines.
For 2012, the program will be housed within a new building on Oxford Street Darlinghurst,
located on the second floor of a building designated by the City of Sydney.
Successful applicants for this residency will be given the opportunity to participate in a
forum as part of the Sydney Art and About Festival on September 22nd.
A.R.P is now calling out for emerging and established artists, working in any
medium, to apply.
Applications close on the Friday 20th July 2012. Artist’s need to be able to
commence the residency by the 13th August
For more information on how to apply, and on past A.R.P project please head to
School student Art Classes- Term 3 Enrolments Now Open
A reminder that term 3 childrens class enrolments are now open, please be quick as some time slots are filling fast.
We are continuing to bring new ways to teach drawing and painting skills that our young artists need to develop
Firstly – the lesson plans for this term have been prepared by an international exhibiting artist who lives in New Jersey.
The children will benefit from the approach and methods used in the plans.
Parents are welcome to come and browse through the lesson plans. You will find a folder at each studio that contains a copy of the plans.
Secondly we have asked Cristina Aura to lead an advanced childrens class in drawing leading to portraiture in the Baulkham Hills studio at 9am on Saturdays
Cristina holds a Master of Visual Arts and is a member of Portrait Artists Australia. She has taught at SCEGGS for a number of years.
She has been teaching a highly successfully course for adults at Sydney Art School and her unique way of
teaching drawing will help the more motivated and focussed children take their art to a new level.
Please visit our website for class times and venues
1300 ART CLASS – 1300 278 252
CHECK OUT – Biennale artist talks and performances
Over 60 artist talks are scheduled at Biennale venues throughout the exhibition.
Each talk runs for approximately 20 minutes and takes place in the vicinity of the artist’s exhibited work.
A number of Biennale artists are also participating in Opening Week events and performances.
Don’t miss performances by: Lee Mingwei, Tiffany Singh, Sachiko Abe, Alec Finlay and Cecilia Vicuña,
Erin Manning, Lyndal Jones, Eva Koťátková, Cal Lane, Nadia Myre, Ewa Partum, Khadija Baker, Nina Canell and Robin Watkins.
Visit bos18.com for a full schedule of artist talks and performances.
Daily Guided Tours and Mystery Tours
In 2012, the Biennale continues its successful program of Daily Guided Tours at all our major venues.
Daily Tours are FREE and provide audiences with insight into the exhibition’s artists, works and concept.
Looking for something a bit different? The Biennale has enlisted a diverse group of art enthusiasts,
from curators and artists to celebrities and writers, to conduct Mystery Tours of Cockatoo Island.
Mystery Tours will take place on Cockatoo Island on Saturdays at 11.30 am from 7 July.
Bookings required. Visit bos18.com for more information.
TWITTER TAKEOVER: Tiffany Singh
We’re letting 18th Biennale artist Tiffany Singh takeover our twitter feed this weekend.
Got any questions? Then tune into @biennalesydney from 11–11.30 am on Saturday,
30 June and use the hashtag #18bostakeover. Feel free to send us your questions in advance –
or join us online to hear more about Tiffany’s collaborative project, Knock On The Sky Listen To The Sound (2011).
Drawing Shapes – Laneway Art Depot
Learn how to draw 3D shapes
Scribble, Stroke, trace, shade…possibilities are endless and fun!
$25 per child
What to bring: A3 or A4 Drawing/Sketch book
Supplied: Pencils and other drawing materials
Laneway Art Depot
5/8 Orchard Road Brookvale, NSW, Sydney, Australia 2010
Stencil and Graffiti Artists Wanted
22 Enmore Rd, Newtown
Fire Gallery needs it’s common areas stencilled or graffitied. The boring white look is reminding people of hospitals and offices. So please save us and come and save us from that horror!
Artists involved will be promoted through the gallery networks and will be seen by the gallery audiences.
We are an artist run space and a not for profit which means we never have any money for materials. But talk to us and we will see what we can do.
Spaces to stencil and graffiti:
-Entrance (2 walls)
-Smoking area (2 walls)
-Floors within gallery
We are open to suggestions too
All our love from the Fire Gallery crew