Exhibitions

Luke Close: Perspective at Boomalli

Obviously during NAIDOC week Aboriginal and Indigenous art is at the forefront of our minds. Luckily for residents of Sydney's inner west we don't have to travel too far to see some of this fantastic art thanks to the Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative in Leichhardt. Throughout the rest of November Boomalli will be hosting a […]

Winner of the National Hero’s Journey Art Prize ‘The Road Of Hope’ By Stella Evans

The winner of aMBUSH Gallery's poster exhibition, The National Hero’s Journey Art Prize, has been awarded to Wollongong University student, Stella Evans. Evans' work, The Road Of Hope, was inspired by the struggles her own family, who are from Boorowa in New South Wales, have endured during what she has described as,“the worst drought in living memory.” […]

Bower Reuse & Repair Centres – ART From TRASH

Bower Reuse And Repair Centre has partnered with the Inner West Council to host the second year of its Art From Trash exhibition to inspire people to think about reusing discarded materials to create incredible artworks, and the potential value of what we throw away, to reduce waste sent to the landfill. With 70 artworks […]

PIVOT: A New Craft/ Dining Experience

PIVOT is the name given to a coming exhibition which promotes local craft communities coming together to support and promote each other. The exhibition takes place over a number of venues and localities so that it will be accessible to all and sundry “Craft people are everywhere. They live on your street or just around […]

While There’s Space Between Us

It is no secret that Sydney's creative arts sector has been hit hard by COVID-19 and the subsequent restrictions on public gatherings. So it really should come as no surprise that a new photography exhibition has taken inspiration from this current moment in world history. While There's Space Between Us is a photographic series by Sydney artist, […]

Van Gogh Alive

Van Gogh Alive is a multi-sensory experience that has marvelled millions of people around the world. The exhibition is an immersive window into the world of Van Gogh’s paintings, and will be running for a limited COVID-safe season in Sydney. The Royal Hall Of Industries at Sydney’s Entertainment Quarter in Moore Park will soon be […]

Theresa Hunt And Kerryn Levy – Landskein

While we're all currently occupied with dealing with the COVID-19 threat and lockdown it's easy to forget that this year began with one of the most devastating bushfires seasons on record. An upcoming exhibition of paintings and ceramic pieces at Curatorial+Co will look to remind us of the bushfire season and attempt to find the […]

Curatorial+Co

It’s so uplifting to hear of a company in the arts that hasn’t been experiencing anxiety during COVID-19. When so many traditional art galleries were closing down, others were scrambling to fast track their online presence during the lockdown. But Curatorial+Co were already operating a digital platform, and were set up as a virtual gallery […]

National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Awards

Cassie Leatham is an artists from Gippsland who has devoted her life to teaching others about Indigenous Food, medicine, arts and culture. Her workshops include traditional cooking techniques and how to weave mats and baskets, make pots and totems just as her ancestors did. Recently Leatham has run Zoom workshops for children on how to […]

Queens Of The Pub

Queens Of The Pub is an explosive new exhibition of photography and costuming by Gerard O’Connor and Marc Wasiak. Portraying scenes from different eras, O’Connor and Wasiak force a modern day confrontation of the past through the intricate and precise costuming. The story told by each scene speaks to the wit, wantonness, chaos, and control […]