Frank Jeffrey Edson Smart, AO (26 July 1921 – 20 June 2013) was an expatriate Australian painter known for his precisionist depictions of urban landscapes. A sad loss to the Art World.
Monday 24th June
Community Engagement: Philosophies and Practices
Admission Free (SAMAG members)
$10 (non-members) $5 students.
To register please email Lizzy: email@example.com
@ Australia Council for the Arts – 372 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills
Tuesday 25th June
Fountain of Tears Paintings and sculpture by Max Dingle
@ Depot II Gallery – 2 Dank Street, Waterloo
Maggie Stein – 2+2 = Art
@ SHEFFER GALLERY SYDNEY – 38 Lander Street, Darlington
JASON PHU || 女士，先生们，2008 年 H 。M 。S 。GOLDEN CENTURY 即将进 攻 BONDIBEACH 。注意安全，一路顺风 。
Friends of Guests · By KudosGallery Paddington
@ KUDOS GALLERY – 6 Napier Street, Paddington
HEIDI JACKSON – OUTSIDE OVER THERE
@ Damien Minton Gallery – 583 Elizabeth Street, Sydney
NAIDOC Art Exhibition
@ Five Dock Library – Level 1, 4-12 Garfield St, Five Dock
Wednesday 26th June
Richard Bell – Imagining Victory
@ Artspace – 43-51 Cowper Wharf Road, Woolloomooloo
THE PRIDE EXHIBITION + ART AWARD
@ Tap Gallery – 45 Burton Street, Darlinghurst
@ Olsen Irwin – 63 Jersey Road, Woollahra
Anne Ferran Box of Birds
@ STILLS GALLERY – 36 Gosbell Street Paddington
Anita Jokovich – THE BLUE SERIES II
Adelaide Slater – URBAN SPRAWL
Sherry & Shaida Khatami & Bahar Mirzamahmoudian – JOUER
@ Global Gallery – 5 Comber Street, Paddington
Gallery 1: Sensory Snuggle – Tanija Parker
Gallery 2: Seeking Paradise – Fatima Saeed
Gallery 3: Karolina Novak
Gallery 4: “Extensions of a No-Place (Wen Zhengming 文徵明)” – Peter Nelson
@ firstdraft gallery – 116—118 Chalmers Street, Surry Hills
2013 Winter Show
@ Sydney College of the Arts, The University of Sydney – Balmain Road, Lilyfield,
Keep SKATEISTAN Rolling – Sydney Fundraiser
@ aMBUSH Gallery – 4a James St, Waterloo, Sydney,
GOON ISLAND – Brent Smith & Lee McConnel
@ The Tate – 345 Glebe Point Road, Glebe,
RED HOT RETRO (rescheduled to Wednesday)
@ Tap Gallery Sydney – 45 Burton Street, Darlinghurst
Thursday 27th June
Philip Wolfhagen – Propositions
@ Dominik Mersch Gallery – 11/2 Danks Street Waterloo
Peter Atkins JAZZ
Mavis Ngallametta THREE PAINTINGS
@ Martin Browne – 15 Hampden Street, Paddington
Gallery 1: YEN Female Art Awards – Finalists Exhibition
Gallery 2: The Print Society – Inner Workings
Gallery 3: Michelle Genders – Cosmic Orb Weavers
@ 281 Clarence street, CBD, Sydney
Traffic Stopper Art Sale
@ Traffic Jam Galleries – 41 Military Road, Neutral Bay
Art Gets Me High
@ Deus Cafe – 98 – 104 Parramatta Road, Camperdown,
Zhang Rui: One Year
@ 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art – 181-187 Hay Street, Sydney
Friday 28th June
Michael Riley Portraits 1984-1990
@ The Commercial Gallery – 148 Abercrombie Street, Redfern
Hyper Spectral Display
@ 55 Sydenham Rd Marrickville NSW 2204 AU
Cang Cheng Art Association and Cang Cheng Art Studio
@ Hong Kong House, 80 Druitt Street, Sydney
James McMahon Dale
@ Gallery Eight – 12 Argyle Place, Millers Point
MCA Art Bar: Unreal ~ Curated by Tully Arnot
@ Museum of Contemporary Art Australia – 140 George Street, Sydney,
Saturday 29th June
Rock, Screen, Papers
@ Arcade Screen Print Studio, 17 Hutchinson Street, St. Peters
@ Salerno Gallery – 70 Glebe Point Road, Glebe
Gentleness – Suddeness
@ Campbelltown Arts Centre – 1 Art Gallery Road, Campbelltown
@ The Red Rattler Theatre – 6 Faversham Street, Marrickville
Sunday 30th June
USU Oasis Sculpture Prize
@ Verge Gallery – Jane Foss Russell Plaza, City Rd, University of Sydne
THINGS OF INTEREST and Artist opportunities
Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2014 call for artist submissions
Being held from 7 – 24 March, 2014. In 2013 over 200,000 people attended the exhibition during the
3 week exhibition period and over 65% of indoor and outdoor works sold.
It’d be great if you could broadcast our call for artist submissions through your available channels
(newsletters/ website/ contacts database/ notice boards/ social media).
Submission forms and a Poster can be downloaded by clicking on the following links:
Cottesloe 2014 Artist Application Form: http://www.sculpturebythesea.com/artists/cottesloe/artist-submissions/Cottesloe-SxS-Application-Form-2014.aspx
Cottesloe 2014 Entry Form & Map: http://www.sculpturebythesea.com/artists/cottesloe/artist-submissions/Cottesloe-Entry-Form-and-Map-2014.aspx
Cottesloe 2014 Call for Artist Submissions Poster: http://www.sculpturebythesea.com/artists/cottesloe/artist-submissions/CFS2014_Poster_FINAL.aspx
These documents can also be downloaded from our website: http://www.sculpturebythesea.com
Please note that the deadline for all submissions is 6pm, Friday 2 August, 2013.
Artist support and subsidies for Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2014 will include:
The Town of Cottesloe has approved up to $40,000 in previous years to acquire a sculpture for the Town of Cottesloe Collection, with this arrangement expected to continue in 2014;
Aluminium as a material for some Western Australian artists;
Site specific artist subsidies of a total up to $10,000 to be distributed to eligible selected artists;
The $5,000 Andrea Stretton Memorial Invitation to exhibit at Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2014;
The $1,500 Sculpture Inside Curators Award; and
A minimum artist subsidy on income of $1,250 for each Western Australian artist who does not otherwise net over $1,250 in sales, subsidies or prizes from the exhibition.
Artists submitting entries to Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2014 are to please note:
Important changes to previous Application Forms are marked with an asterisk (*);
It can be difficult for the curatorial panel to assess your submission if you do not express your ideas clearly and succinctly with all the requested information; and
Provide supporting material including your CV and images of similar previous works.
The deadline for submissions is 6pm, Friday 2 August, 2013. Please send submissions to:
Sculpture by the Sea
PO Box 300, Surry Hills
NSW 2010 Australia
or submit via http://www.sculpturebythesea.wetransfer.com – this is a simple to use website which will upload all your files and email it to us in one transfer. Please be sure to include ALL your files in ONE transfer.
If you have any questions regarding the enclosed information please contact Lucy Tesoriero, Exhibition Coordinator, on +(61.2) 8399 0233 or on firstname.lastname@example.org
The second issue of the Museums & Galleries NSW Exhibitions Register for 2013 is now open for submissions
The Exhibitions Register is M&G NSW’s free electronic publication promoting touring exhibitions which are available to the museum and galleries sector in NSW and across Australia. The register is widely accessed and connects potential travelling exhibitions with potential host venues. The Register is published twice a year and submissions are accepted from public galleries, museums, curators, artists and artist-run initiatives. You can register as many exhibitions as you like and it’s free!
If you have an exhibition on the road or in development and would like to get more info on getting it published in Issue 2 of the register please visit the M&G NSW website here http://mgnsw.org.au/publications/exhibitions_register/
The deadline for submissions is 5pm Friday 26 July 2013.
The published register will be made available on the M&G NSW website on 7 August 2013.
Calls for entires to the 66th Mosman Art Prize are closing on Monday 1 July.
The Mosman Art Prize is a national painting award with first prize of $30,000.
Sponsored by Mosman Council it is the longest running municipal art prize in Australia. The acquisitive award forms the basis of the Mosman Art Collection, a valuable and important survey of Australian painting.
Acclaimed artist, Lucy Culliton, will Judge this year’s award.
Lucy won the 2000 Mosman Art Prize for her work, Still Life/White Ground.
The 2013 Mosman Art Prize offers a prize pool of $40,000 across the following categories:
The Mosman Art Prize – $30,000 – major award (acquisitive)
The Allan Gamble Memorial Art Prize – $3,000 (for built environment)
The Mosman Art Prize Commendation Prize – $5,000
Young Emerging Artists’ Award (under 35 years) – $2,000
The Mosman Art Society Viewers’ Choice Award – $1,000.
CALL OUT TO ARTISTS
Global Gallery is open to submissions
If you are an emerging or established artist looking to exhibit your work, Global Gallery could be the place for you. We are currently accepting proposals from Artists to show new and original work within the unique Global Gallery space for exhibitions running from August onwards. If you’re interested please email email@example.com
Since its inception in 1951, The Blake Prize has stimulated a fascinating dialogue between art and religion in all its manifestations in Australia. the Prize is named after the legendary British artist and poet William Blake (1757-1827) whose broad range of artistic and poetic innovations, visionary imagination and radical politics made him an outsider in his day.
The Prize was instigated by Jesuit priest, Michael Scott and a Jewish businessman, Richard Morley. They hoped that the establishment of a prize would encourage artists of disparate styles and religious allegiances to create significant works of art with religious content.
In difference to art prizes that are awarded for distinct subject areas such as landscape or portraiture, the Blake has always invited a much more open, personal and idiosyncratic response, so much so that it has earned the criticism, ire and sometimes applause of critics and the public alike. After all, what is religious or spiritual art?
There are three award categories:
The Blake Prize valued at $20,000
The John Coburn Emerging Artist Award – valued at $5,000
The MUA Blake Prize for Human Justice – valued at $5,000
Key Dates for The 62nd Blake Prize
Close of entries: Friday 28 June, 2013
Confirmation of entry sent to artists: Monday 12 August, 2013
Finalist Notification sent: Monday 26 August, 2013
For further information
Entry form can be found in the File tab of this group