Exhibitions

City – Country – Creativity

Three long-term friends with different artistic backgrounds have joined together for this special exhibition, which may be the last to be held at the Culture At Work Accelerator Gallery as group of historic cottages have recently been sold. This exhibition will celebrate the very varied art of three friends who have known each other since […]

Daniel O’Toole – Deliquescent Light

Melbourne-based multimedia artist Daniel O'Toole is currently displaying his new exhibition, Deliquescent Light, at Curatorial+Co in Redfern. For Deliquescent Light, O’Toole immerses audiences in a field of colour and sound, with 13 paintings, three video works and a custom created soundtrack informed by synaesthesia to enhance the exhibition and the way the audience experiences colour. Daniel O’Toole works across a […]

Tin Sheds – Thresholds

The Tin Sheds Gallery in Darlington is currently playing host to an exhibition of collaborative work produced by local artists Julia Davis and Lisa Jones. Their works, entitled Thresholds, explore the ideas of transience and place through large-scale drawings , photographs and video installations. Thresholds invites visitors to Tin Sheds to reimagine the built environment […]

The Future Is Humanity

This past year has taught us more than ever that we as human beings are a unique species with a unique spiritual and emotional connection to everything around us. At the end of this month Sullivan+Strumpf gallery is bringing together a group of artists to showcase just this through their works. In the new COVID/post-COVID […]

Summer Nights At The Australian Museum

Although we're all concerned with the current COVID-19 outbreak sweeping the city we are still able to get out and enjoy the longer and warming evenings. And luckily for us the revamp Australian Museum (AM) has some fantastic COVID-safe events to enjoy during he summer months. Every Thursday night the museum have a number of […]

Australian National Maritime Museum – Defying Empire

The Maritime Museum’s new exhibit, in association with the National Art Gallery’s collection, Defying Empire has been on tour since 2017, marking the 50 years since the 1967 referendum allowing First Nations people to be counted as people (which many believe is the most recent advance of those rights). This is its last stop after a […]

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 […]