There are some interesting shows to see this week, check out Noel McKenna @ Darren Knight Gallery.
Have a good long weekend, if you get one! Don’t forget to email us at email@example.com with any arts related information you want us to share.
Finally for all those paper lovers, a couple of BIG Paper Sales for you… both til the end of June!
Parkers Sydney Fine Art Supplies – http://www.parkersartsupplies.com/paper_sale.htm
Melbourne Etching Supplies – http://www.mes.net.au/news/MES-2013-PaperSaleCatalogue.pdf
Monday 10th June
Stills Photograpers in Conversation, presented by Robert McFarlane and Mark Rogers
Presented in Association with the Sydney Film Festival
@ Theatrette, Sydney Film Festival Hub@Lower Town Hall
Tuesday 11th June
LIGHT LOGIC – ERNEST EDMONDS
With guest artists JOSH HARLE & SEAN CLARK
@ CONNY DIETZSCHOLD GALLERY – 99 Crown Street, East Sydney
TIM BURNS | PROPERTY IS THEFT
@ Damien Minton Gallery – 583 Elizabeth Street, Sydney
Wednesday 12th June
Michele Aboud – Still
@ Black eye Gallery – 138 Darlinghurst Road, Darlinghurst
ROLAND OREPUK (Fracce)
When: 6 -8pm
@ Factory 49 Showroom, 49 Shepherd Street, Marrickville
MLS015: Chanelle Collier – Unique State
@ Mils Gallery – 15 Randle Street, Surry Hills, Sydney
FINAL hEAd oN EXHIBITION
@ Global Gallery – 5 Comber Street, Paddington
@ Factory 49, 49 Shepherd St, Marrickville – In the Office Project Space
@ 72 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst
@ Building 25, National Art School, Forbes Street, Darlighurst
Something to Write Home About – Powered by PechaKucha
@ Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre – 782 Kingsway, Gymea
Electric Nights – Artist Talks
Hear from the Electric Nights artists and get an exclusive insight into the ISEA2013 works before they premiere on the Parramatta River Foreshore. Including Mike Hornblow, Christian Clark, Josh Wodak (Archangle Assemblages) and David Clarkson (Stalker Theatre).
@ Parramatta Artists Studios – Level 1 & 2, 68 Macquarie Street, Parramatt
Thursday 13th June
ISEA2013 presents Ian Haig, Nandita Kumar and Raewyn Turner/ Brian Harris
@ Verge Gallery, City Road, Jane Foss Russell Plaza, University of Sydney
SOLID GROUNDS II: Echoes
@ At The Vanishing Point – Contemporary Art Inc. – 565 King Street, Newtown
Ella Barclay – Be Still, I’m Thinking
db/tp – Sarah Mosca
@ db Projects – 9 Phelps Street Surry Hills
ON REVOLUTION ROAD
@ Ambush Gallery – 4A James Street, WATERLOO, Sydney
Rosella Namok – Yangkuyi…Wet Season
@ Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery – 31 Lamrock Avenue, Bondi
CRUSH IT AND SNORT IT new works on vintage book covers
@ Salerno Gallery – 70 Glebe Point Road, Glebe
THE COLLECTIVE 01
@ Kaleidoscope Gallery – 30 O’Connor Street Chippendale,
ELECTROLAPSE Video Art Screening
@ 107 Projects – 107 Redfern Street Redfern,
Is It a Bird Is It a Plane
@ CHARLES HEWITT – 48A – 54 Chapel Street, MARRICKVILLE
Friday 14th June
James Dorahy Gallery is closing down
FINAL SOIREES 3 of 4
@ James Dorahy Project Space – Suite 4, Level One, 111 Macleay Street Potts Point, Sydney
Nina Knezevic – Corpse Pose Paradise
@ 55 Sydenham Rd Marrickville NSW 2204 AU
Calle Habana – Susan Papazian
@ GINKGO – 166 Street Johns Road, Forest Lodge, Glebe
Boonah; Jump In
@ Gallery Red, Shop 11, 131-145 Glebe Point Road,Glebe
@ Campbelltown Arts Centre – 1 Art Gallery Road, Campbelltown
Saturday 15th June
NOEL McKENNA – Polluting the Acid: A selection of etchings & lithographs 1977-2013
Fourteen Days in New York
@ DARREN KNIGHT GALLERY – 840 Elizabeth Street, Waterloo
TRACKER: Open Studio’ by Margaret Seymour
@ Articulate Project Space – 497 Parramatta Road, Leichhardt
NUDES ON TAP Nude Photographic Portraiture Prize
@ Tap Gallery Sydney – 45 Burton Street, Darlinghurst,
NIGHT DEPOT #3 : ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY=
@ firstdraft gallery – 116—118 Chalmers St, Surry Hills
Sunday 16th June
THINGS OF INTEREST and Artist opportunities
Applications are currently open for the Waverley Artist In Residence Program for 2014. The Artist in Residence studios are at the School of Arts on 138 Bondi Road.
Waverley Council subsidises three rent-free, non-residential studios for artists’ to work in for six month terms.
Applications are welcome across art form, and are open to collaborative practice and practitioners.Please read the guidelines thoroughly and ensure you address all aspects of the application
form in your submission. http://www.waverley.nsw.gov.au/things_to_do/arts_and_culture/AIR_program/about_the_program
CALLING ALL PHOTOGRAPHERS PHOTOGRAPHIC AWARDS
Monday 10th – Sunday 23th June 2013
Presentation Night Saturday 15th June 5-8pm
A Nude Portraiture Photography Competition at Tap Gallery
-Entry forms are available at Tap Gallery when you deliver your work.
-Deliver works sunday 2nd 9th june between 12-6pm to tap gallery. 278 palmer st.
darlinghurst (one block from oxford st)
The 2 Danks Street Award for Art Criticism has been initiated by the galleries of 2 Danks
Street in conjunction with the prestigious magazine Artist Profile and new online art journal Art for All: All for Art.
The prize of $1,000 will be given to a new talent in arts writing, including an invitation to the winner to be published with the sponsor journals.
The judging panel includes: Candice Bruce – historian, writer and curator, Owen Craven – publisher of Artist Profile,
Pru Gibson – curator, writer and lecturer at COFA,John McDonald – art criticChristopher Hodges, Editor of Art for All: All for Art, and director of Utopia Art Sydney
at 2 Danks Street, believes that quality conversation about contemporary art stimulates both artists and collectors.
‘Online sites are doing a great job of letting us know what is on, but there needs to be a richer debate on how an artwork emerges, with the positives and negatives of an artists’
achievements. We need a contrariness of opinion and provocative analysis about what is happening here in Sydney, NOW. This is ultimately what connects the art public with art and the artist.” Owen Craven, Editor of Artist Profile, responded heartily to the prize: “The art world is settling into the new reality of the post GFC world, and Artist Profile wants to keep its finger on the pulse. Our editorial brief sits squarely with contemporary Australian artists and their engagement with aesthetic and meaning. We are constantly looking for new writers who can bring an unexpected perspective to a particular body of work. Someone who makes us sit up and look with fresh eyes, and excites us about living with great art. I am really looking forward to discovering great new writers.”The competition is open to writers who do not currently receive an income from arts writing. Entrants will be asked to review exhibitions at 2 Danks Street in Sydney, including contemporary art jewellery exhibitions, from June to August. Winner of the prize will be announced on 20 September.
An information pack including entry form is available at http://www.2danksstreet.com.au