There are some great shows and events this week, don’t forget to check out the THINGS OF INTEREST and Artist opportunities section at the end of this post.
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Monday 7th July
Tuesday 8th July
LAWFUL & PERMISSIBLE
@ Damien Minton Gallery – 583 Elizabeth Street, Sydney,
Mad Bad and Dangerous to Know – 1
@ Scratch Art Space – 67 Sydenham Road, Marrickville,
Wednesday 9th July
NICOLE KELLY – SEA, BUSH AND SOME FLOWERS
@ NG Art Gallery – 3 Little Queen Street, Chippendale
Elisabeth Cummings: Monotypes, Etchings Ceramics
Elisabeth Cummings & collaboratively produced ceramics with ceramic artist Louise Boscacci.
@ King Street Gallery on William – 177 William Street, Darlinghurst
@ 107 Projects – 107 Redfern Street Redfern,
Thursday 10th July
Philip Stallard – LUSH
@ Stanley Street Gallery – 1/52-54 Stanley Street, Darlinghurst 2010
Gria Shead – Flash Kate – The forgotten Kelly
@ Art Equity – Level 1, 66 King Street, Sydney
BERLIN GALLERY SWAP, GALERIE PATRICK EBENSPERGER
@ Dominik Mersch Gallery – 75 McLachlan Ave, Rushcutters Bay
ALYSSA CHOAT – REVELATION THROUGH CONCEALMENT
@ NG Art Gallery – 3 Little Queen Street, Chippendale
GALLERY 1: Craig Parkinson – Crypsis
GALLERY 2: Sonja Anne – Skin
GALLERY 3: Sarah Blythe – Deconstructing Flora
TAKE CARE PROJECT SPACE: Jacob Raupach – And Then
@ gaffa – 281 Clarence Street, Sydney
The Blue Room
@ Liverpool Street Gallery – 243a Liverpool Street, Sydney
@ King Street Theatre – 644 King Street crn Bray Str, Newtown
Friday 11th July
John Spiteri – Faceless Men
Huseyin sami – The art of ending a conservation
@ Sarah Cottier Gallery – 23 Roylston Street, Paddington
The Cosmos Project
@ Gallery 2010 – 69 Reservoir Street, Surry Hills
DAS MÄDCHEN – PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION
@ 727 Darling St, Rozelle
Saturday 12th July
TWO WAYS TOGETHER – An Exhibition of Emerging and Established Artists
@ Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative – 55-59 Flood St Leichhardt
MATTHEW JOHNSON – SELECTED WORKS
CAMIE LYONS – FINDING BEAUTY
@ OLSEN IRWIN – 63 Jersey Road, Woollahra
@ The Hughes Gallery – 270 Devonshire Street, surry Hills
SNO 106 – Returning to the Field
@ SNO CENTRE – FIRST FLOOR, 175 MARRICKVILLE RD, MARRICKVILLE
Artfuly Presents: A Digital Discovery of New Original Art
@ Zigi’s Wine & Cheese Bar – 86 Abercrombie St Chippendale, Sydney
Sunday 13th July
Street Photography – Europe Series
@ QVB Jet Bar Caffe, Sydney
THINGS OF INTEREST and Artist opportunities
BEAMS ARTS FESTIVALs
A call to creatives to submit proposals to the BEAMS Arts Festival 2014. If you’re a visual and performance artist, animator, artisan, architect, bespoke crafter, designer, production company, creative contemplator or creative agency, BEAMS wants you to share your creative brilliance!
On Saturday 20th September 2014 the BEAMS arts festival will once again illuminate Balfour St and 7 surrounding laneways for one magical night in Chippendale.
The BEAMS Arts Festival revitalises the creative community and re-imagines the possibilities for the city through collaborative imagination, uniting creative visionaries from all over the map to create a Utopia for one night.
Now in its 3rd year, BEAMS Festival offers an unforgettable visionary experience unlike any other, in which clusters of creatives engage the opus of their imaginations with the public.
Do you have a good idea? Let us know!
This year’s major theme is Utopia echoing the transformation of Chippendale into Sydney’s creative core and perfectly fitting for this year’s festival.
Read the Creative Brief – click here
We are calling for creatives working in all media and disciplines, but in light of the participatory nature of the festival, we highly encourage the submissions of works that engage and interact with the flâneurs and milieu of Chippendale. Get involved! Send us your concept proposals now – click here
How to apply for admission to BEAMS 2014:
Read the BEAMS creative brief
Write a concept proposal up to 200 words
Submit concept online with samples of work
NOTE: At this point we only require a short written concept of the work that you will propose, as well as images of previous work that showcases your practice.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Monday 14th July 2014
Creatives are free to propose works across all disciplines including: Installation, visual and site specific, dance, performance, live music, film, multi-media & interactive, light, animation as well as workshops, ideas & talks. Our distinguished curatorial team will be selecting based on the quality of proposals and supporting documentation.
Entries Close Monday 14th July so be quick!
SUBMIT PROPOSAL NOW!
For more information about BEAMS contact the Chippendale Creative Precinct. Or you can get the low down on last year’s BEAMS by watching the 2013 wrap-up video by Invisible Artists.
Watch the 2013 festival wrap up video – click here
Chippendale Creative Precinct
Festival Director: Nicky Ginsberg
C/O NG Art Gallery
3 Little Queen St, Chippendale, 2008
02 9318 2992
We are currently searching for artists to participate in USELESS,
a group exhibition coming up at The Corner Cooperative in October 2014. The exhibition will feature materials that have been recontextualised, recycled or re-purposed. It is completely free and open to all creative disciplines – a wonderful opportunity for emerging artists! I’ve attached the artist call out poster, details are also available on our website: http://thecornercooperative.com/whats-on/
Call for Submissions – Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2015
We are pleased to write to you introducing the 11th annual Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe which is being held from 6 – 22 March 2015. Last year over 200,000 people attended the exhibition during the 3 week exhibition period and over 44% of indoor and outdoor works sold.
It’d be great if you could broadcast our call for artist submissions through your available channels (e.g. newsletters, website, contacts database, notice boards, social media).
Please click to download our Cottesloe 2015 Application Form and Terms & Conditions
These documents can also be downloaded from our website: http://www.sculpturebythesea.com
Please note that the deadline for all submissions is 6pm, Friday 15 August, 2014.
Artist support and subsidies for Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2015 will include:
A major acquisitive prize of $50,000 (subject to final confirmation with our sponsor);
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 2015;
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 2015;
The $1,500 Sculpture Inside 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.
In submitting to Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2015 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.
Please submit your application via one of the following ways by Friday 15 August 2014:
Online via: http://www.sculpturebythesea.wetransfer.com (You will receive a confirmation email when your transfer is complete. Please do not send applications by email.)
Post to: PO Box 300, Surry Hills, Sydney NSW 2010 Australia, postmarked Friday 15 August 2014
Deliver to: Suite 302, 61 Marlborough Street, Surry Hills, Sydney
If you have any questions regarding the enclosed information please contact Suzie Clark, Production Manager on +(61 2) 8399 0233 or email@example.com
We look forward to receiving your submission for Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2015.