We’re keeping it light with such a busy week… check out ‘Conductors Project’, a new public art initiative that’s taking on the city train stations.
Did you know that it’s International Talk Like a Pirate Day on 19th September and 2012 marks the 10th anniversary?
Have a good one, contact us on email@example.com
Monday 17th September
He Said. She Said – Love in the 21st century shouldn’t be so hard
Written by Holly Summers-Clarke, Guitar: Tim Lockwood
Starring Holly Summers-Clarke and Julian Kuo, Musical Direction by Chris King
Book through The Sydney Fringe or tickets at the door.
@ Playing at Raval @ the Schwartz Brewery Hotel – Level 1, 42 Wentworth Ave, Surry Hills
Tuesday 18th September
@ Rex Irwin Art Dealer – First Floor, 38 Queen Street, Woollahra,
BRYAN WESTWOOD 1930-2000
@ Robin Gibson Gallery – 278 Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst
Ben Ali Ong – 1000 Years Beside Myself
When: 6-8 pm
@ Boutwell Draper Gallery – 82 George Street, Redfern
Linton Meagher – Accumulations
@ maunsell wickes galleries – 19 Glenmore Road, Paddington
Alexander Vanderboom’s Acts of Derring-Do
Tickets available through the Sydney Fringe Festival Box Office – 9020 6980
Part of the Sydney Fringe Festival 2012, in association with the University of Sydney Union.
@ Madame Fling Flong – Level 1 169 King Street, Newtown
Australia and the Boer War
@ Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts – 280 Pitt Street, Sydney
Tim Olsen Drawing Prize
@ Kudos Gallery – 6 Napier Street, Paddington
SAVE OUR SANDO – EXHIBITION OF ROCK N ROLL PHOTOGRAPHY/MEMORABILIA
@ Fire Gallery, 22 Enmore Road, Enmore
Lana Ryles Exhibition and the Launch of the new scent ‘CASHMERE’ by Sniff Soy Candles
@ Edwards And Co. – 1/255 Riley Street, Surry Hills,
Wednesday 19th September
DANKS STREET GALLERIES SPRING EQUINOX OPENING
Aboriginal and Pacific Art – Alice Town Camp – group exhibition.
Annette Larkin Fine Art – Spring 2012 – group exhibition.
Brenda May Gallery – Cylinders, Cones and Spheres – Sybil Curtis.
Brenda May Gallery – Household objects – Michael Edwards.
Dominik Mersch Gallery – Topologies – Anthony O’Carroll.
Janet Clayton Gallery – Continuum – Heather Ellyard.
Stella Downer Fine Art – The Floating World and the Beauty of Things – Trevor Weekes.
Studio 20/17 – Perennial Moments – Saori Kita.
Syndicate @ Danks ‘Off the Street – Banksy, Shepard Fairey – Bandit, Rone, HaHa, Kaff-Eine, Blek Le Rat and Ben Frost.
Utopia Art Sydney – Paper: 1988 – 2012 – Christopher Hodges.
@ 2 Danks Street Waterloo NSW
@ At Factory 49, 49 Shepherd St, Marrickville – In the Office Project Space
@ Dickerson Gallery – 34 Queen Street, Woollahra
Alternative Mediums’ Group Exhibition
@ DedSpace Gallery – Sydney College of the Arts, Balmain Rd, Callan Park, Rozelle
Sydney Fringe Festival – Captain, My Captain
short magical journey told through live puppetry, sound and installation, set behind the mysterious curtains of Umbrella Theatre.
When: 6pm (every 10mins)
@ Gazebo Wine Garden – 2 Elizabeth Bay Rd, Elizabeth Bay
Min(e)d Earth: Art and Environment Exhibition Opening
@ COFAspace – COFA, E Block, Ground floor
Snake Turban Steve & Friends – A solo show by Mulga the Artist
@ 70 Oxford St, Darlinghurst
On the Verge’ Performance Night
@ Verge Gallery – Jane Foss Russell Plaza, City Rd, University of Sydney, Sydney
SUPERHEROS AND VILLAINS
@ The Tate – 345 Glebe Pt Rd, Glebe
Thursday 20th September
GARY FERNÁNDEZ – Southern Wilderness
@ Friends of Leon – 82 Marlborough Street, Surry Hills
Gallery 1: Emily Sandrussi & Alicia Crossley – Memoriam
Gallery 2: Rachel Walls – Mother
Gallery 3: Sydney College of the Arts Honours Students – Tool Of Choice
Arcade project: Loss, Lust & Longing
PLATFORM: YXY – Transport Project
STAIRWAY INSTALLATION: The Flying Room – PinkHunt
@ Gaffa Gallery – 281 Clarence Street, Sydney
Home is Where the Art Is
@ Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery, 31 Lamrock Ave (cnr Chambers Ave), Bondi Beach
CHEN PING – Complex Emotions
@ Art Equity – Level 6 Barrack House, 16-20 Barrack Street Sydney
MARIPOSA (BUTTERFLY) – DANI MARTI
@ BREENSPACE – Level 3, 17–19 Alberta Street, Sydney
@ Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery – 8 Soudan Lane, Paddington
forget me not – Georgina Ross
@ Kaleidoscope Gallery – 3-7 Danks Street, Waterloo
Maureen Kelly/MOR MOR MUTTHI MUTTHI ‘CREATION OF THE MUNGO’S DREAMING
@ Tap Gallery – 45 Burton Street, Darlinghurst
NEW WORK BY
Giles Alexander, Peter Atkins, Peter Cooley, Adrienne Doig, McLean Edwards, Troy Emery,
Linde Ivimey, Tim Maguire, Alexander McKenzie, Baden Pailthorpe, A. J. Taylor and Simon Taylor
@ Martin Browne Gallery – 15 Hampden Street, Paddington
PinkHunt by The Flying Room – Week 1
PinkHunt is an art, design and culture quiz contest created by The Flying Room.
Of course, to WIN A PRIZE too as we are giving away our best products to one contestant EVERY WEEK from September 20 to October 18!
1. 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Sydney CBD
2. Gaffa, Sydney CBD
3. White Rabbit Gallery, Chippendale
4. Bruschetteria 102, Surry Hills
5. Robo Cog, Surry Hills
6. Ariel Books, Paddington
7. Published Art Bookshop, Surry Hills
8. Exquisite Jewels by Dominic McCabe, Surry Hills
@ Various venues
Tiim uu?: A Trip to Mongolia
@ Alpha Gallery – 226 Union St, ERSKINEVIKLLE
Guided Fringe by Bicycle
Burlesque & cabaret, suave pop-up bar, and stacks of wax.
Tour of select Sydney Fringe venues by bicycle.
Bookings essential,$25 & $15, book online
@ Start and finish at Newtown Hub.
Hurstville Heat- Australian Poetry Slam
@ Hurstville City Library, Corner of Queens Rd & Dora St, Hurstville
Friday 21st September
Phil James – Conductors Project
@ St. James Station – Utilising two display cabinets between the platforms
@ Museum Station – The third
@ University of Wollongongs
Dani Marti – Mariposa (Butterfly)
@ Breenspace – Level 3, 17-19 Alberta Street, Sydney
Art Expo – Sydney 2012
@ Hordern Pavilion – 1 Driver Ave, Sydney,
Music for another world: a fundraiser gig for Solidarity
ENTRY: $15/12 (or $20 solidarity price)
Pre-bookings can be made online
@ The Red Rattler Theatre – 6 Faversham St, Marrickville
To see the full list of dates and book tickets go to:
@ PACT Theatre – 107 Railway Pde, Newtown
Saturday 22nd September
Art & Space- co existence in Sydney
A.R.P Artists Residency Program public forum as part of the Open spaces initiative for Art & About
When: 12pm-1pm Panel discussion
When: 1pm-2pm Audience/ panel Q&A
@ Shop 58 Oxford St Darlinghurst (Forum venue host)
TREVOR WEEKES The Floating World and the Beauty of Things
@ Stella Downer Fine Art Dealer Consultant & Valuer – 2 Danks Street, Waterloo
Movement At The Lagoon – Manly Arts Festival Exhibition
@ Queenscliff Surf Life Saving Club – Manly
FUTURE BEAST 1 – part of Art & About
@ Platform72 – 72 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst
Catalyst Cinema – Four Sydney Animators, a recent work each, and a piece which has influenced them.
@ Firstdraft Depot – 13-17 Riley St, Woolloomooloo,
@ Penrith Regional Gallery & The Lewers Bequest – 86 River Road , Emu Plains
Sunday 23rd September
Don’t Let Our Youth Go To Waste.
@ Atsite Gallery, Camperdown
THINGS OF INTEREST + opportunities for artists
A.R.P Artists Residency Program provides affordable space, professional support & exhibitions for contemporary emerging & established Sydney artists.
As part of the Art & About Program, A.R.P will be holding a public forum about Art & Space- the existence of artists & their practice within the competitive rental market of Sydney.
The forum, chaired by renowned journalist Stephen Feneley, will be with A.R.P founder, director & artist Annie Laerkesen, four successful resident artist’s for 2012- Arun Sharma, Biljana Janic, Mehr Javed & Sophia Egarchos- & a representative of the City of Sydney.
A Taste of Mamre Art Competition is your invitation to explore the grounds
and create your art.
Tell the story about food at Mamre, how we grow it, pick it, prepare and cook
it and most importantly, how we eat it. Speak with the refugees who grow
crops from their own country here and pick from the
gardens cared for by people with a disability and students.
All images are welcome in any media (photography, drawing, painting, instal-
lations and mixed media etc). Interested participants and school groups are
welcome to visit Mamre to inspire their creative process!
Categories and Entry Fee:
Adults 18 and over – $15.00
Under 18 Entry fee – $10.00
Under 10 Entry fee – $5.00
Closing Date to Submit : 14
October 2012 all works to be
delivered to: Mamre House – 181 Mamre Road, ORCHARD HILLS 2748
Attention all you beautiful artists that once again make this world a better
place. I have an art space and unique opportunity at North Sydney; this is the
link (http://www.lincontro.com.au/index.html) that will take you to this amazing
Italian restaurant run by our professional Neapolitan head chef Francesco
So Artists get ready for sensational food, delightful wine and enjoyable art.
L’icontro will provide you a space for your art works and also they will link your
art work into their website.
Your works should follow the exact specifications.
1. Contact Details
2. A 50 – 100 word Biography including an art statement
3. A Profile Picture
4. Links to online profiles & websites
5. Must compromise to deliver and collect the art works on the specific time
and date that the organizers ask you.
6. Dimensions of your artwork and mediums
7. Must fill the application form
8. No more than 3 art works
9. Applications must be attach at the back of your artwork
10. The artist must well present the artwork if they are photographs, drawings
or prints need to be frame and ready to be hanged
The L’incontro Project is a completely not for profit initiative in order to
promote and support the work of emerging artists.
Successful selection of your work is subject to the owner’s discretion.
Sydney’s newest public art initiative is launching on 21.09.12.
Utilising two display cabinets between the platforms at St. James Station
and a third at Museum Station, the Conductors Project pulls artists out of
the gallery and into the public forum.
We’re proud to announce Phil James’ Smilex:Redux as our first project.
Wit, irony and irreverence are something sadly lacking from the daily commute.
Thankfully, Phil’s work has those things in spades and with two solo shows
already under his belt this year, Phil James is set to continue turning heads.
Future programming will feature Remnim Alexander Tayco,
Justin Balmain and Zap with more to be announced soon.
Committed to exhibiting the work of emerging and
established artists, Conductors Project endeavours to connect
artists to new audiences and enrich the lives of Sydney’s commuters.
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Call for submissions
Artist, Designers and Makers
Platform72 is an ever changing art gallery and design store housing an eclectic mix of high quality artworks across all mediums and designer goods; specifically but not exclusive to homewares, jewellery and accessories. Our focus is on showcasing the breadth and diversity of Australia’s creative talent, connecting artists, makers and designers with people who appreciate work made by hand, heart and soul.
We aim to make art more accessible by offering a no commission structure on sales making the price on the work what the artist determines as the value of the piece.
For artists & designers to show work with us we rent spaces from $44 – $110 per week for our shop floor and between $300-$385 (incl. GST) per week for prime window and wall real estate.
If you are interested in exhibiting and selling your work through us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org a link to your website, blog or attach a few low-res images of your work.
We are also looking for interns to help us as our gallery grows!
Check out our website – http://www.platform72.com.au/platform72/intern_program.html
Get started on that great artwork!!!
We have canvases here that are free with a $25 entry fee for the Art Prize
or you can purchase your own & take $5 off the entry fee.
Theme is Postcode 2010
Oxford St, Darlinghurst, Surry Hills
Any subject matter, any medium
DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES 22ND OCTOBER 2012
Deliver finished artwork to TAP Gallery
45 Burton St Darlinghurst between 12-6pm daily.
WIN – complete our online visitor survey for a chance to win flights with Etihad Airways
Have you been to the 18th Biennale?
We’d like to hear what you think! Complete the Biennale Visitor Survey and you could win coral economy class flights for two with Etihad Airways, to one of their many destinations in Europe.
Complete the survey here:www.surveymonkey.com/s/18BOS, and help us plan for the next Biennale in 2014.
Valued at $4,000. Subject to availability. Terms and conditions apply.
PICK UP – your items from Lee Mingwei’s The Mending Project
Did you leave an item of clothing to be mended with Lee Mingwei’s The Mending Project? You can now collect your mended item and keep it as your momento of the 18th Biennale. Items can be collected from the Biennale of Sydney office between 9.00 am–5.00 pm.
Biennale of Sydney, 43-51 Cowper Wharf Road
Woolloomooloo NSW 2011.