The Damien Minton Gallery Annex will be presenting ‘The World of The Warli’ a unique collection of folk artwork from India. Curated by Australian artist Narmada Smith, the work will be on view for only three days at their annex space.
They will be celebrating the opening of this exhibition with drinks from 2pm to 4pm,-Today
Today: 11am to 6pm Tomorrow: 12pm to 5pm!
Heart of the Matter : Amazing sculpture
Sculptor Rod McRae is exhibiting his amazing animal sculptures at the King Street Gallery.There are some incredible foxes, bear and lots of other life size and very realistic looking animals on display. Truly amazing....at the King Street Gallery on William....OPEN: Tuesday to Saturday 10.00 am to 6.00 pm now to December 11 ….@177 William Street, Darlinghurst.
ON now till 27 February 2011
Gathered Up at the Penrith Regional Gallery presents a suite of three exhibitions that originate from private collections.
The three components of this exhibition reveal three very distinct cultural narratives such as issues of portraiture and appropriation from the Ward Collection; a showcase of Aboriginal artwork that evoke concepts of journey, landscape and community connection from the Gurr Collection; and a concentrated focus on a craft-based artistic practice from the Farley gift.
86 River Road Emu Plains ph: 4735 1100
Manly Art Gallery and Museum will present an exhibition of works by graduating students in fine arts and design, digital arts and media from the northern beaches TAFE. On now till 28 November, Tuesday to Sunday 10.00 till 5.00 pm.
Where: Manly Art Gallery and Museum
West Esplanade, Manly (just near the wharf) ph:9976 1420
Are You Looking At Me? has seen artists create a challenging and thoughtful group of artworks for the people of Sydney to discover in the laneways of the city.
To share the ideas behind her curatorial approach curator Barbara Flynn and several of the artists will be hosting free guided walking tours next week.
Monday 22 November 6.00pm – 7.00pm Barbara Flynn with artists Mikala Dwyer, Rocket Mattler, and Justene Williams
Tuesday 23 November 12.30pm – 1.30pm Barbara Flynn with artist Rocket Mattler
Sunday 28 November 3.00pm – 4.00pm Barbara Flynn with artists Simon Yates and Newell Harry : The tours will start at the forecourt of Customs House
To make a booking please email: email@example.com
Are You Looking At Me? Laneway Art projects remain in place until January 31, 2011.
At The Vanishing Point - Contemporary Art Inc presents …
Novemberism Sydney’s Inaugural Underground Music-Video Festival
Curated by Pedro TV...20 November, 7-10pm
Novemberism is the synthesis of burgeoning video and music artists in Sydney’s fringe. It celebrates the visual and performing arts at once with a showcase of music videos made by Sydney filmmakers, and those of 22 musical acts who have had their music put to video.
The audience will choose their favourite clip of the evening with a People’s Choice Award.
Live Performances from: Afx Jim, Lydia Monzo, Christian Punch, Goran Tomic.
565 King Street Newtown NSW 2042
If you are photographer or filmmaker you need to attend this Arts Law seminar looking at major legal issues that arise when practising photography or filming in a public space, including permits, privacy, security, copyright and more.
- Delwyn Everard, senior solicitor at Arts Law
- Stephen Boyle, media and entertainment law specialist
- Ross Barnett, travel writer and photographer
A Q+A session will follow the presentation on Tuesday 30 November 2010, 6-7.30pm (5.30pm registration) at Level 2, The Gunnery Building, 43-51 Cowper Wharf Rd, Woolloomooloo.
For more info visit www.artslaw.com.au.
Submissions are now open to the 2011 Australian Refugee Film Festival. Submissions are free and open to both Australian and international films that are up to 10-15 minutes in duration.
In particular, the festival are seeking films that address these issues:
- environmental displacement due to climate change
- the refugee journey and the obstacles associated with it
- personal triumph stories of refugees and asylum seekers
- documented work of local and international organisations with refugees and asylum seekers.
Films do not have to be limited to the above topics; the main criterion is that the film engages with refugee and asylum seeker issues both nationally and internationally.
Closing date: 31 March 2011
For more info visit their website or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Wish you were working in film, TV, or digital media? Then get along to the Metro Screen Open Day on 27 November 2010 to learn more about scholarships, funding, and a range of short and full courses.
For more info visit www.metroscreen.org.au/Open_Day_2010.