OPENINGS AND THE ARTS IN SYDNEY – 23/07/2012 – 29/07/2012


As they say on TV “and the winner is….” One lucky artist will be  announced as the winner of The Moran prize this week. The show will be open to the public from the 25th July; please see detail at end of this post.

Shows this week that we think are worth a look are Science Fictional – Andrew Frost @ Kudos and In the House – Gria Shead @ Tim Olsen

Have fun exploring the Galleries, as usual thanks for supporting us and sending through all your emails.. keep them coming.

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Monday 23rd July
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Tuesday 24th July
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Science Fictional – Andrew Frost
http://www.arc.unsw.edu.au/kudos
When: 5-7pm
@ KUDOS GALLERY – 6 Napier St Paddington

DORKBOT-SYD People doing strange things with electiricity.
http://www.serialspace.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/TM_Program_FINAL.pdf
When: 6.30-9.30pm
@ Serial 002 10-14 Kensington St, Chippendale

Leo Coyte, Emma Thomson, Sam Hodge, Samuel Quinteros – tutu
http://www.galeriepompom.com
When: 6pm
@ Galerie pompom – 2/39 Abercrombie Street, Chippendale, Sydney

CHRIS LANGLOIS – Waterfield
http://www.rexirwin.com
When: 6–8pm
@ Rex Irwin Art Dealer – First Floor, 38 Queen Street, Woollahra

Where’s My Jet-pack?
http://www.ngart.com.au
When: 6-8pm
@ NG Art Gallery & Mission Restaurant Bar – 3 Little Queen Street, Chippendale

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Wednesday 25th July
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Strange Fruit – Kate T Deacock’s
PAUL RAGUENE (France)

http://www.factory49.blogspot.com/
When: 6-8pm
@ Factory 49 – 49 Shepherd St, Marrickville

GRIA SHEAD – In the House
MATTHEW JOHNSON – Coalescence
http://www.timolsengallery.com.au
When: 6-8pm
@ Tim Olsen Gallery – 63 Jersey Road,Woollahra

THE SYDNEY RADIO ORCHESTRA WORKSHOP Jonathan Watts
A radio building workshop in preparation for The Sydney Radio Orchestra’s performance.
http://www.serialspace.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/TM_Program_FINAL.pdf
When: 7-9pm
@ Serial 002 10-14 Kensington St, Chippendale

July Introductions new artists – new works
Katherine Wheeler & Faridah Cameron
http://www.galleryaloft.com
When: 6-8pm
@ GALLERY ALOFT – Shop 2/654 Darling Street, Rozelle (enter on National Street)

Fringe Drinks
http://www.sydneyfringe.com
When: 6-8pm
@ The Sydney Fringe – 142 Addison Road, Marrickville

ANYTHING, EVERYTHING AND ONE OTHER THING (Parts 1-5) Curated by Tom Polo.
http://www.alaskaprojects.com
When: 6-8pm
@ Alaska Projects – Level 2, Kings Cross Car Park, 9A Elizabeth Bay Road, Elizabeth Bay, Sydne

Tsunami Debris – Presentation Night& Story of Change
http://www.twohandsproject.org
When: 6:30 – 9:30pm
@ Bucklers Canteen – 180 Campbell Parade , Bond

Open mic
So if ya gotta rap?
A poem?
Satirical story?
Diatribe about hipsters?
A stand up routine?
A magic trick even?
http://www.spaceport-one.com
When: 7-11:45pm
@ Spaceport One – 12 Chalder Street Marrickville

July Caravan Slam
When: 7-10pm
@ The Lybrary – (The Shannon Hotel), Abercrombie St, Chippendale

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Thursday 26th July
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Newell Harry – Blue Pango: Musing & Other Anecdotes
TV Moore – Daze of being Wild
http://www.roslynoxley9.com.au
When: 6-8pm
@ Roslyn Oxley 9 – 8 Soudan Lane Paddington

Clement Morel
When: 6-8pm
@ three rooms – 92/94 William Street, Paddington

NOISEBALL Aemon Webb
A hard hitting game of handball set amidst an endurance noise set by Aemon Webb.
http://www.serialspace.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/TM_Program_FINAL.pdf
When: 6-8pm
@ Serial 002 10-14 Kensington St, Chippendale

Priori bound: and what’s left behind – Mark Wotherspoon, Sam Mitchell-Fin
http://www.kaleidoscope-gallery.com.au
When: 6-8:30pm
@ Kaleidoscope Gallery – 3-7 Danks Street, Waterloo

KARL MAUGHAN – TWENTY-SEVEN HUNDRED MILES
http://www.martinbrownecontemporary.com/maughan12.html
When: 6-8pm
@ Martin Browne Gallery – 15 Hampden Street, Paddington

Alex Wisser, Someone else’s here
ACAB Collective, Rave cave of psychtropic nightmares
Launch its Eco-Garden Project; Re:Construction Zone MMXII
NEWS video project: Ken Simpson, Kurt Sorensen, Angela Stretch, Alex Wisser.
http://www.atthevanishingpoint.com.au
When: 6-9pm
@ At The Vanishing Point Contemporary Art Inc – 565 King Street Newtown

Gallery 1: AFY – Roots
Gallery 2: Sarah Walker and Kate Ward – Daily Rituals
Gallery 3: The Photo Group – Wood Candy Iron
Guest Gallery: Order of Things – Specific Objects
Shelf Space: Blye Groom – The Plateau Problem
http://www.gaffa.com.au
When: 6-8pm
@ gaffa – 281 Clarence Street, Sydney

False Freedoms – solo exhibition – EARS
When: 6-9pm
@ Soldiers Rd Gallery – 342 Elizabeth street, suite 405

Priori Bound: and what’s left behind
http://www.kaleidoscope-gallery.com
When: 6-8pm
@ Kaleidoscope Gallery – 3-7 Dank Street, Waterloo

VICE Presents: Mere Women + No Art + Making
YOU MUST RSVP
http://www.facebook.com/VICE/app_402519096467355
When: 8pm
@ FBi Social – L2 248 William St, Sydney

49 Goodbyes
The Conversations
Annaliesse Monaro play PROPER MUSIC SOCIAL
When: 8-11pm
@ Proper Music Social – 576 King Street, Newtown, Sydney

KEG DE SOUZA – WHEN YOU HEAR THIS SOUND: 26/7/12 – 12/8/12
http://www.55sydenhamrd.com
When: 6-8pm
@ 55 Sydenham Rd Marrickville NSW 2204 AU – 55 Sydenham Rd, Marrickville

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Friday 27th July
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ARTBAR Curated by Jess Olivieri
$20/$15 MCA Members and Concessions
Over 18s only
http://www.mca.com.au/artbar
http://www.tickets.mca.com.au/default.aspx
When: 7–11pm
@ MCA – 140 George St, The Rocks Sydney

BYOB (BRING YOUR OWN BEAMER)
A one night exhibition hosting artists and their projectors. To BYOB RSVP to info@serialspace.org.
http://www.serialspace.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/TM_Program_FINAL.pdf
When:10pm-3AM
@ Serial 002 10-14 Kensington St, Chippendale

STEP BACK: DANCE PARTY Cliques, Four Door, Tuff Shem & Tyson Koh
Booking fee  $15 On the door
Dance in and out of time: an expanded dance party.
http://www.serialspace.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/TM_Program_FINAL.pdf
When:9am-5pm
@ Underground Bar, The Oxford Hotel – 134 Oxford St, Darlinghurst

MLS006 – Joe Wilson & Eva Troyeur-Gibson – Two
http://www.milsgallery.com/index
When: 6-8pm
@ Mils Gallery – 15 Randle St, Surry Hills, Sydney

Michael Sharp and Scott Lowe, ‘Lost Mirrors
http://www.vimeo.com/44704266
http://www.CHINAHEIGHTS.COM
When: 6-8pm
@ CHINA HEIGHTS GALLERY & STUDIOS – LEVEL 3, 16-28 Foster STreet, Surry Hill

fastBREAK – Lies
BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE
http://www.powerhousemuseum.com/bookings/fastbreak.php
When: 7:45-9(am) In the morning
@ Powerhouse Museum – 500 Harris St, Ultimo, Sydney

Symposium: Rethinking Our Relations
http://www.artspace.org.au
When: 3-5pm
@ Artspace Visual Arts Centre – 43-51 Cowper Wharf Road, Woolloomooloo

Claire Flannery I Between Us
http://www.galleryeight.com.au
When: 6-8pm
@ Galleryeight – 12 Argyle Place, Millers Point, Sydney

MAKE NOISE ON FILM
http://www.tapgallery.org.au
When: 7:30pm
@ Tap Gallery Sydney – 278 Palmer Street, Darlinghurst

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Saturday 28th July
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Simon Lovelace & Philip James Frost present A11
It’s a 16 day POP Art Orgy!
http://www.blankspace.com.au
When: 4-6pm
@ blank space gallery – 374 Crown Street, Surry Hills, Sydney

TAP BIRTHDAY PARTY – Fancy Dress Theme: CRAZY!!! (Entry fee: $20/$15 Concession)
http://www.tapgallery.org.au
When: 7-10pm
@ TAP – 278 Palmer Street, Darlinghurst

ROBOWARS Angus Deveson
An all day combat robot tournament.
http://www.serialspace.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/TM_Program_FINAL.pdf
When:12.30-1.30pm
@ Serial 002 10-14 Kensington St, Chippendale

EXHUMING MATERNAL DITCHES: MINA LOY & TECHNOLOGY’S BODIES
Jacinta Kelly A talk about Mina Loy’s feminist futurism.
http://www.serialspace.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/TM_Program_FINAL.pdf
When:1.30-3pm
@ Serial 002 10-14 Kensington St, Chippendale

THE CENTRAL CORE OF TECHNOLOGY
Ella Barclay, Nancy Mauro-Flude, Gail Priest & Pia van Gelder
A discussion exploring the relationship between women and technology.
http://www.serialspace.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/TM_Program_FINAL.pdf
When:3-4pm
@ Serial 002 10-14 Kensington St, Chippendale

THE INTIMACY OF THE COMMANDLINE Nancy Mauro-Flude
A performance lecture detailing the intimate relationship between you and your computer.
http://www.serialspace.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/TM_Program_FINAL.pdf
When: 4-5pm
@ Serial 002 10-14 Kensington St, Chippendale

DOGWOMAN COMMUNICATES WITH THE NEXT GENERATION
Bonita Ely & Diana Smith A conversation about the various permutations
http://www.serialspace.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/TM_Program_FINAL.pdf
of the ancient cult of the Dogwoman.
When: 6.30-9pm
@ Serial 002 10-14 Kensington St, Chippendale

VIDEO HITS
Marco Cher-Gibard, Scott Morrison, Micheal Salerno, Oscar Slorach-Thorn,
Jonathon Watts & Marcus Whale Three Musicians and three video artists deconstruct the
primary artefact of popular music: the music video.
http://www.serialspace.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/TM_Program_FINAL.pdf
When: 10-12noon
@ Serial 002 10-14 Kensington St, Chippendale

BEN CAUCHI – Ilminster (a tale in ten parts)
http://www.darrenknightgallery.com
When: 4-6pm
@ DARREN KNIGHT GALLERY – 840 Elizabeth Street, Waterloo, Sydney

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Sunday 29th July
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TIME TRAVEL: MEDITATION
An exploration into the temporally transcendantal powers of meditation. BYO mat.
http://www.serialspace.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/TM_Program_FINAL.pdf
When: 12.30-2pm
@ Serial 002 10-14 Kensington St, Chippendale

PARK LECTURE: EVERYDAY CREATIVE ACTS, A GUIDE
Megan Garrett-Jones In an audio-lecture-tour, the park is considered
as a resource for creative and non-commercial use of time.
http://www.serialspace.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/TM_Program_FINAL.pdf
When: 2-3pm
@ Serial 002 10-14 Kensington St, Chippendale

VACANT POSESSION Ann Deslandes
A consideration of the entanglements of creative erasure and creative production in the
ongoing history of the up-and-coming Central Park site.
http://www.serialspace.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/TM_Program_FINAL.pdf
When: 3-4pm
@ Serial 002 10-14 Kensington St, Chippendale

CINEMA BY / FOR A SINGLE CONSCIOUSNESS WHO FEELS
Adnan Chowdhury A talk on the passing of time, the sense of place and things,
and gaze of one person in the new cinema.
http://www.serialspace.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/TM_Program_FINAL.pdf
When: 4-7pm
@ Serial 002 10-14 Kensington St, Chippendale

IRREGULAR ORCHESTRAS
The Sydney Radio Orchestra & Erk’s Orchestra (Electronic Resonance Korps)
Performances by two irregular orchestras.
http://www.serialspace.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/TM_Program_FINAL.pdf
@ Serial 002 10-14 Kensington St, Chippendale

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THINGS OF INTEREST + opportunities for artists
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Official Fringe Festival Guide hits the streets on the 6th August their lips are officially sealed on all the fringe will have to offer you this September
But here is a peak..
DRAG QUEENS AND DRAGONS AT THE OPERA HOUSE FOR THE FRINGE..
We are so excited to announce The Sydney Opera House is presenting two headliner Fringe Shows during the festival this September.
Sell out Edinburgh Fringe show – Piff The Magic Dragon in JURRASIC BARK
and operatic star of La soiree and Adelaide’s ‘Garden of Unearthly Delights’ – Le Gateu Chocolat.

MISSING YOUR WEEKLY VISIT TO TIKI?
Newtown Hotel, owners of Newtown’s once favourite little pop up bar FREAKY TIKI, are taking over our festival club Five Eliza this year and bringing back the freaky to our lives.
with nights like Brain Soup, Cowboys in the Amazon, New Weird Australia, Beat Ballroom with HAHA Industries and the return of Green Fairy Absinth Master Classes and Little Creatures parties
you can never say a night with the Fringe is dull..
http://www.2012.sydneyfringe.com/venue/five-eliza

Sign up to be a FRINGEMATE and get cool giveaways and things from them
Offers from local businesses, their partners and of course the Sydney Fringe Festival. ITS FREE and ITS AWESOME
http://www.fringemates.com/

BLACK SHEEP BLOG
WORDS FROM THE BLACK SHEEP
Head to our Black Sheep Blog to read Jemima’s interview with NIGEL SENSE “I work with tools”.
Nigel has just arrived home from Colombo Art Bienale and is hosting his first ever solo exhibition as part of the 2012 Sydney Fringe Festival.
All this and much more at the Black Sheep Blog on the website http://www.blog.sydneyfringe.com/nigel-sense-i-work-with-tools/

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Date: Monday 30 July 2012
Time: 3.30 – 7pm
Where: The Australia Council for the Arts
372 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills
Admission: $30 for SAMAG/NAVA members;
$50 for general admission
Bookings essential: to register please email
Lizzy: info@samag.org

The arts industry is full of creative, passionate people who address a range of challenges often with limited resources. For those endeavouring to achieve
their creative aims, the ability to motivate, develop, communicate and inspire is crucial. In July, the Sydney Arts Management Advisory Group (SAMAG)
and the National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA) will be presenting two sessions by organisational psychology lecturer and Art Month Artistic Director,
Eliza Muldoon. The sessions will cover key issues of motivating others, learning, leadership and communication. An expert in the area of people management within the arts,
Eliza will help participants with understanding theoretical concepts and the practical applications of these concepts.
The sessions will demonstrate how working effectively with others can enhance your practice and career.
6 – 8pm, Monday 16 July 2012: Hosted by NAVA, The Power of People will cover key issues of motivating others, learning and leadership.
A compacted version of the very successful workshop held by SAMAG in 2011, it is intended for those who were unable to attend previously
or those newly interested in the area.
$6.50 for NAVA/SAMAG members; $16.50 for general admission
To register for this important session, visit http://www.navapowerofpeople.eventbrite.com

3.30 – 7pm, Monday 30 July 2012: Hosted by SAMAG, this second in-depth ‘masterclass’ session, The Power of People II, will continue the
exploration of organisational psychology, focusing on decision-making, conflict issues and communication. This second masterclass will
allow participants time for more discussion and peer learning.
Session held at the Australia Council, 372 Elizabeth St, Surry Hills
$30 for NAVA/SAMAG members; $50 for general admission.
Bookings essential. Book early to secure your seat as places are limited and last year’s event sold out. To book your place, email the
SAMAG coordinator at info@samag.org

Presenter’s Biography:
Eliza Muldoon’s fascination with processes and people led her to a Bachelor of Science, Psychology (hons) degree. She now indulges this
fascination as an awarded lecturer at the School of Art History and Art Education within the College of Fine Arts (COFA) and also recently
at the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS). In addition, Eliza is the Artistic Director of Art Month and the co-founder and director
of artsinterview.com, a new web resource dedicated to the discussion of Australian arts workers organisational practices and experiences.
Eliza’s various professional ventures explore the interaction of art and psychology and their combined potential to influence the development of individual,
community and arts industry wellbeing.

Got any hypothetical communication or decision making scenarios you’d addressed during the session? Send suggestions through when booking and we’ll
endeavor to cover the most commonly raised themes

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CALL FOR ENTRIES – Marrickville Contemporary Art Prize 2012 (MCAP’12)
The Marrickville Contemporary Art Prize 2012 is now open for artists to submit artwork in the highly anticipated sixth annual art award.
With one of the largest, most diverse and innovative creative communities in Australia going on show in a contemporary visual arts festival showcasing the hottest emerging and established artists in the district today, MCAP’12 will be the biggest and boldest yet.
MCAP’12, the sixth annual showcase of contemporary visual artists living, working, practicing and making in the Marrickville Arts Precinct*.
$6000 Open Award
($3200 cash + $2800 for solo exhibition at ATVP Sept 2013)
$500 People’s Choice Award
DOWNLOAD & VIEW THE MCAP’12 CONDITIONS OF ENTRY HERE;
http://www.atthevanishingpoint.com.au/web_images/MCAP12/MCAP12%20Conditions%20of%20Entry%20Form.pdf

To Submit your entry go to; http://marrickville.smartygrants.com.au/mcap2012
Judging Panel; Michael Dagostino (Director-Campbelltown Arts Centre), Liz Nowell (Curator-Hazelhurst Regional Gallery) and What (contemporary artist).
* Artists must live, work or practice in Camperdown, Dulwich Hill, Enmore, Erskineville, Lewisham, Marrickville, Marrickville South, Newtown, Petersham, St Peters, Stanmore, Sydenham, or Tempe.
MCAP (est.2007) is an initiative of At The Vanishing Point – Contemporary Art Inc. and supported by funding from Marrickville Council.
For further information;
At The Vanishing Point – Contemporary Art Inc.
565 King Street Newtown NSW 2042
(02) 9519 2340
0430 083 364
http://www.atthevanishingpoint.com.au
info@atthevanishingpoint.com.au

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Description: Sculpture at Scenic World – 2013 Exhibition OPEN CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Entries are now invited for the 2013
Sculpture at Scenic World Exhibition and $20,000 Acquisitive Award Download Submission Guidelines & Entry Form at
http://www.scenicworld.com.au/sculpture
ENTRIES CLOSE 01.October 2012 EXHIBITION 24.April 2013 – 19.May 2013
Scenic World, Blue Mountains Cnr Violet Street & Cliff Drive Katoomba NSW Australia
T. +61 2 4780 0200 PROUDLY SPONSORED BY The Carrington, Blue Mountains & KFM Media

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MORAN PRIZES – World’s Wealthiest Art Prize Announces 2012 Finalists Sydney, Australia

The finalists for the 2012 MORAN PRIZES, the most significant, independent Australian Art Prize,
were announced in Sydney today, July 19, 2012, from a record field of 330,409 entries.
Moran Prizes is the world’s wealthiest art prize, with a combined total of AUD$300,000
in monies and prizes awarded to winners and finalists across the categories.
“This year marks a quarter of a century of commitment to the Moran Prizes, and we have received a
record number of entrants in both the portrait prize and the photographic prize.
This shows the Moran Prizes are stronger than ever,” said Mark Moran, Chief Executive Officer of the Moran Arts Foundation.
“We have made sure that the prizes have evolved to relate as much to school children as to the art aficionados.
Each primary school finalist will be receiving photographic equipment to support and inspire their creativity,
while each of the semi-finalists will receive certificates of merit featuring their photograph,” Mark Moran said.
“The Moran Prizes are egalitarian. They give invaluable exposure to all levels of talent in Australia.
In a world focussed on celebrity, the Moran Prizes are about the greatness in every Australian!
The artworks lay bare the soul of the subject, transcending celebrity and capturing the true character and essence of Australia.”
The judges of this year’s prestigious Doug Moran National Portrait Prize are Vincent Fantauzzo,
winner of the 2011 Prize and Christopher Menz, Acting Director of The Ian Potter Museum of Art.

30 FINALISTS FOR THE 2012 DOUG MORAN NATIONAL PORTRAIT PRIZE OF $150,000 ARE:
Alexander McKenzie (Cronulla, Sydney), Qiang Zhang (Mosman, Sydney), John Beard(Potts Point, Sydney),
Samantha King (Brisbane, QLD), Deidre But-Husaim (Prospect SA), Kristin Tennyson (Cairns, QLD),
Sally Ryan (Killara, Sydney), Mel Brigg (Mons, QLD), Steve May (Northcote, VIC), Richard Dunlop (Sandringham, VIC),
Vivian Falk(Bondi Junction, Sydney), Dora Levakis (Yarraville, VIC), Michael Peck (Eltham, VIC),Natasha Bieniek (Elwood, VIC),
Stevan Jacks (Flemington, VIC), Julia Holden(Southbank,VIC), Julian Meagher (Darlinghurst, Sydney), Sarah Hendy (Brunswick, VIC),
Jasper Knight (Coogee, Sydney), Neil Moore (Kingsford, Sydney), Frances McKennariey (Paddington, QLD), Giles Alexander (Surry Hills, Sydney),
Guy Maestri(Surry Hills, Sydney), Laura Jones (Woollahra, Sydney), Leslie Rice (Hurlstone Park, Sydney), Nic Plowman (Paddington, QLD),
Nicolette Page (Surry Hills, Sydney),Robert Hannaford (Riverton, SA), Ann Cape (Mosman, Sydney) and Dane Lovett(Northcote, VIC).
The 2011 Winner of the 2011 Doug Moran National Portrait Prize was Vincent Fantauzzo for his portrait of Baz Luhrmann in Off Screen.

The judge of the 2012 Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize is esteemed international photographer, Graham Howe, CEO of Curatorial
Assistance and founding director of the Australian Centre for Photography.

40 FINALISTS FOR THE 2012 MORAN CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHIC OPEN SECTION OF $100,000 ARE:
David Helsham (Mona Vale, Sydney), Skye Warren (Mundingburra, Qld), John Van-Den-Broeke (Potts Point, Sydney), Kelsey Austin Walsh (West Launceston, TAS),
Belinda Mason (North Sydney, NSW), Tobias Titz (Carlton North, VIC), Jade Cantwell(Guildford, NSW), Hoda Afshar (Cremorne, VIC),
Julian Wolkenstein (Moss Vale, NSW), Peta-Anne North (Hillarys, WA), Ashleigh Lauren Bradley (Carlton, TAS),Grant Nowell (Cumberland Park, SA),
Mine Konakci (Leichhardt, Sydney), Jacqui Stockdale (Northcote, VIC), Sarah Moore (Kenthurst, NSW), Elizabeth Sawdon(Julatten, QLD),
Andrew Meares, (Bellmount Forest, NSW), Craig Tuffin (Kingscliff, NSW), Angela Tarlinton (Tathra, NSW), Lilli Waters (Brunswick, VIC),
Kelly Brown,(Kenmore Hills, QLD), Gary Grealy (McMahons Point, Sydney), Chris Hyde (Elanora, QLD), Robyn Campbell (Glen Iris, VIC),
Emma Phillips (Collingwood, VIC), Mark Sherborne (Crows Nest, Sydney), Nick Moir (Queens Park, NSW), George Voulgaropoulos (Merrylands West, Sydney),
Joseph McGlennon (Paddington, Sydney), Gerard O’Connor (Prahran, VIC), Bronek De Wilmesau Kozka (Collingwood, VIC), Virginia Szaraz (Asquith, Sydney),
Stuart Ziegler (Bronte, Sydney), Craig Billingham (Katoomba, NSW), John McRae (Kingscliff, NSW), Victoria Brooks-Wilcox(Albury, NSW), Samm Blake (Fitzroy, VIC),
Sarah Rhodes (Darling Point, Sydney), andKarl Schwerdtfeger (Rushcutters Bay, Sydney).

The winner will be awarded first prize of $100,000 and announced at a media conference at
10am on the 24 July, 2012, at the Moran Gallery, 13-15 Bridge Street, Sydney. Australia.
The 2011 winner of the Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize was Jack Atley for his piece, World Rare Disease Day – Steve Waugh and Sarah Walker.

The MORAN PRIZES is a free exhibition located at 13-15 Bridge Street, Sydney commencing July 25, 2012 for 12 weeks before touring nationally.
It also includes 30 works from primary schools around Australia which were judged by Homayun Vesal.
A further AUD$50,000 is awarded to Highly Commended place-getters, to the winners and finalists in the Secondary School Sections and to
provide prizes of photographic equipment for Primary School finalists.
All finalist works and semi-finalist works can be viewed online at:
http://www.moranprizes.com.au

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Kudos exhibition applications now open for 2013
Due: Week 4 (final day for submission is Friday the 10th)
Application forms available from arc.unsw.edu.au/kudos OR pick one up at the Arc office at COFA (E Block).
We are looking for group and solo shows. Cofa students from all stages of their degree can apply.
Please note this round is for the 2013 exhibition program.

KUDOS GALLERY
6 Napier St Paddington NSW 2021
11am-6pm Wed to Fri, 11am-4pm Sat
T 02 9326 0034
E kudos@arc.unsw.edu.au
W arc.unsw.edu.au/kudos
Kudos Gallery is run by COFA students and funded by Arc

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Art Investment Seminar
When: 6:15 – 8:30pm
Art Equity, level 6, 16-20 Barrack Street, Sydney
• Investing in the Australian art market in 2012-13
• Identifying collectable artists
• Outlook for Indigenous art in 2012-13
• Devising an art investment strategy
• Risks and opportunities
• Self managed super funds and art investment
• Questions & Answers
Examples of outstanding artworks will be on display

RSVP ESSENTIAL – Limited Seats

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