It is almost the end of the year!
Next Tuesday the 24th October we are having the Clean Up Day! Please come along and lend a hand cleaning our studio before the end of year!
10.30am start- we will only be cleaning for a short while and then celebrate the end of year with a big BBQ in the courtyard!
Since 2015, Artspace has provided Studios Free for Artists: year-long, rent-free studios that support artists to develop new work and methodologies in an open and critically-engaged environment.
This program is part of a 10-year vision to support 70 artists across generations — from emerging to established, and across all media — to embrace risk and experimentation in their practice.
Artspace is the only Australian organisation to provide free long-term artists’ studios, supported by an unparalleled partnership with UNSW Art & Design which, as well as providing access to its leading research and production facilities, generates connectivity and curatorial dialogue through our jointly presented International Visiting Curators Program.
Each year a panel comprised of Artspace staff and Board selects seven artists to take residence for one year. Selection for the studio program will be made in November, and announced publicly on 9 December at the 2017 Artspace Finissage.
Apply Online Now
Applications Due | Midnight, Wednesday 1 November 2017 (AEST)
ES74 Gallery is proud to present Damian Dillon’s, Dystopian Candy.
Opening on the 14th of September from 6-9pm, running through until the 30th of September.
Dillon’s Dystopian Candy via a Derridean mindset explores paradox, process and repetition to reveal the expose a dark beauty within the natural and urban landscape.
Opening night: Thursday 14th September from 6-9 pm!
Launch Pad free events for NAS students and alumni:
The artist speaks: presenting your work to different audiences
Guest speakers including leading Australian artists and industry figures will discuss strategies and methods for discussing your work with different audiences – whether it be a gallerist, collector, benefactor, or interested members of the public.
The written word: the importance of the artist statement
Sebastian Goldspink will lead a lively panel discussion analysing real artist statements and break down effective strategies as to how to craft an exemplary artist statement and biography.
Angus Fisher in collaboration with Nicholas Pounder
has created a collection of engravings with facing essays
representing creatures of fable, myth and superstition. Highly
renowned book artist Petr Herel’s Gaspard de la nuit –The Night
and its Wonders showcases the artist’s masterful and thought
provoking etchings, at once figurative and abstract.
Exhibition Dates: 22 August – 10 September 2017
15 Roylston Street Paddington NSW 2021
Open 7 days 10am to 6pm