Artist call outs, Sydney art shows, Sydney art exhibitions & art events MAY 2015


Hey there, so a quick update!
We are trying new ways of posting events, all you have to do is invite ‘Sydney Galleries‘ to the Facebook event you want listed.
(Events are usually live within 24 hours the details will be then listed here on our site)
To see more art openings click here to see the weekly listing
What’s happening in the arts that you should see?
Luke Sciberras ‘Human condition’ and Noah Taylor ‘Alone together’
Wednesday 13 May 2015 6-8pm
OLSEN IRWIN – 63 Jersey Road Woollahra
LUKE SCIBERRAS ‘HUMAN CONDITION’ 13 – 31 MAY 2015Luke Sciberras
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Introducing Leichhardt’s newest art gallery LikeART, in the heart of Leichhardt on Norton Street.
Check out their grand opening on the 16th May 2-4pm
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Return to Nature Photography Exhibition ​(as part of HeadOn Festival) May 1 ­ May 30
LikeART Mix Exhibition ​Painting, drawing, sculpture and more. May 16th ­ 17th only
www.likeartgallery.com.augallery@likeartgallery.com.au
Artists and curators are invited to submit exhibition proposals for July to Dec 2015 – all mediums. Entries closing Sat May 30.
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BLINDSIDE is calling for proposals from artists and curators—emerging and established—local, interstate and international—solo or collaborative. We welcome proposals by practitioners working in all fields of creative endeavour, from painting to sound to somewhere in between.

BLINDSIDE welcomes proposals from artists, collectives and curators for solo and group exhibitions and performances across one or both gallery spaces. Alternatively, we welcome artists and curators to contact us to discuss exhibition ideas that are still in the planning stages. BLINDSIDE will assist artists and curators to seek funding and sponsorship and we help provide advice and letters of support.

BLINDSIDE doesn’t wish to discriminate against anybody. Artists who have difficulties with written English or access to computers etc are welcome to contact the gallery and make an appointment to discuss their proposal in person.

EXHIBITION PROPOSALS | BLINDSIDE 2016 | Proposals NOW due 31 May 2015

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The Basil Sellers Art Prize invites artists to tackle an Australian obsession—sport. It offers artists an opportunity to be part of a major exhibition at the Potter and a chance to win the $100,000 acquisitive prize, the $5,000 People’s Choice award and the Basil Sellers Creative Fellowship at the National Sports Museum. All entrants participating in the finalists’ exhibition will receive a participation fee of $3,000. There are no restrictions on medium or approach. Sport is an integral part of Australian society and this prize encourages artists to embrace this national tradition. The fifth Basil Sellers Art Prize will be awarded in July 2016, in conjunction with a nationally promoted exhibition of finalists’ work at the Potter.

Closing date for submission of entries: Friday 26 June 2015
Announcement of shortlisted artists: September 2015
Artworks completed for exhibition: June 2016
Exhibition at the Potter: July to November 2016

Download conditions of entry and the entry form here.

Make your payment for the Basil Sellers Art Prize administration fee by credit card via our e-cart here. Credit card payments must be made on or before the closing date for entries on 26 June 2015. A receipt will be issued to you via email. Please read the Conditions of Entry before making you payment, as refunds will not be issue for ineligible entries.

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