Pine Street Creative Arts Centre has exhibited a wide array of artists, art forms and subject matter. Below is a selection of past exhibitions:
Photographic Exhibition by Tom Jones
Exhibition Dates: 21 – 31 March
Exhibition Times: Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm, Saturdays 1pm – 4pm
Back in September 2012, on an ordinary Sunday, Tom Jones decided he was going to photograph and tell the story of a new person every day, for a year. It was an idea that stemmed from a desire to meet the strangers we would normally walk past on the street, to discover the diversity of our cities.
He began by photographing his best mate and girlfriend, but the project soon evolved into a popular street portrait blog, where strangers with extraordinary stories were photographed on the lanes of Sydney, Paris, Manchester, Barcelona and Vietnam.
September 2013 marked the end of Tom’s journey, the end of what had become known as ’365 People’, and several months on, they are ready to be exhibited to the beautiful folks of Sydney.
Loved Ones An exhibition of drawings by Cary Lee
5 – 17 March 2014 Drinks with the Artist: Saturday, 8 March 8, 12.30- 2.30pm Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 9am – 5:30pm
‘Loved Ones’ reflects the pleasure of reunion; a celebration of those meaningful things which have pulled me back together again, after a period of fragmentation. ‘Loved Ones’ presents a transition from the blisteringly dry and desolate heart of a great desert, to the borderline between sand and fertile flora. As I collect and record my loved ones, dark images and vignettes still permeate and disturb the beautiful view. The flowers confuse me with their captivating beauty and the dark life that exists below them. Cary Lee
Guy James Whitworth Exhibition
19 February – 3 March 2014
Opening Night Launch: Wednesday 19 February, 6pm – 8:30pm
Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm, Saturday 22 February and 1 March 12pm – 3pm
As the final show in a trilogy of exhibitions at Pine St; Guy James Whitworth’s previous two exhibitions have explored the spiritual (2010′s Like Neon Within) and the physical (2011′s One Day You’ll Understand), this new show examines the most exciting of drives; sexuality. As part of this year’s LGBTQI’s Mardi Gras Arts Festival the poster boy for Sydney’s queer arts scene is not resting on his reputation for his new exhibition, using the show as a platform to challenge ideas on gender roles and sexual stereotypes. Notably, as he is known primarily as a portrait artist, for the first time this show will also include the more traditional genres of landscapes, still lives and abstracts, all executed in Whitworth’s recognizable neon bright colour palette.
Citing influences as wide ranging as 80′s pop-rock androgyny, neoclassical architecture and medieval heraldry, Guy James Whitworth is not an artist scared to take risks and this show, although possibly not for the fainthearted, is looking like one not to be missed.
6 – 17 February Opening Night Launch: Wednesday 5 February 6pm – 8pm
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm, Saturday 11am – 4pm
Dung Well Flung
21 January – 3 February 2014
Opening Night Launch:Tuesday 21 January, 6pm – 8:30pm
Hours: Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm, Saturday 25 January and 1 February 11am – 4pm
“Dung Well Flung” is a satirical reflection of the complexities of humanity. The exhibition consists of paintings of cows in topical, political, and global situations that are of concern to the artist. The intention is to engage the viewer to laugh and enjoy through darkness and humour initially, and hopefully thoughtful progression to contemplation and debate.
About the Artist:
Leanne Prussing has been a finalist in many art competitions including: The Sulman Award in 2011, The Mortimore Art Prize 2012/2013, The Toyota Community Spirit Award 2012 and the Hunters Hill Art prize in 2013. She has been hung in many solo and group exhibitions and her installation of the early Governors of NSW is currently hanging at ‘Lachlan’s’ at Old Government House Parramatta.
Offshore and Out of Sight is a ARTillery Sydney’s inaugural exhibition exploring the treatment of refugees and asylum seekers. This mixed media exhibition will showcase works by local artists all inspired by the phrase ‘out of sight and out of mind’. ARTillery is youth volunteer group under Amnesty International Australia that uses art as its artillery to defend human rights.
Chris Hutch, Gavin Poidevin and Suzie Shaw are three high school teachers who work in Glebe and share a love of art-making.
Their show, Between the Trees, is the second time they have exhibited together. The works, which mostly relate to trees and other aspects of the natural world, consist of a mix of styles and media, i.e. paintings in oil, acrylic and watercolour; etching and collagraph prints; artist’s books; mixed media memory boxes and weaving………a box of allsorts, something for everyone!
Join the artists at the launch on Saturday 16 November from 1:30pm – 3:30pm
This first ever solo exhibition for the Sydney based artist marks the celebration of a new beginning and a deeper exposure to the art world. The exhibition features paintings, drawings and sculpture taken from a collection of works which represent progression. The works display elements of simplicity in the subject matter and document what is real.
Two zines also form an important part of the show as they are an extension of the artworks which combine image with text.
The artworks will only be on display for one afternoon from 2pm – 5pm on Sunday 10 November 2013.
Drinks with the Artists: Friday 25 October, 6pm – 8:30pm Exhibition Dates: Monday 21 October – Thursday 31 October Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 9:30am – 5:30pm, Saturday 26 October, 12pm – 4pm
Mary Costello is a photographer who has been represented as a Finalist in the 2013 Blake Prize for Religious Art, Mandorla Art Prize, Olive Cotton Portrait Prize, Gosford Art Prize and Fishers Ghost Art Award. Her latest body of work is a series of atmospheric and moody large scale images of the large New Zealand White rabbits who were rescued from a meat farm and found sanctuary at Big Ears Animal Sanctuary in Tasmania.
Ron Pratt investigates the everyday. Fleeting moments captured with toy and plastic cameras. His images draw the audience in to a decisive moment, allowing us to see the beauty of people and objects we encounter. The series “of family… (hole in the soul)” recalls fractured memories of family, relationships that no longer exist, moments that now subsist and instances of time that befall dislocations.
Michelle Tinta’s work represents a juxtaposition of nature and culture; the simplicity of natural and constructed forms using the transformative properties of light to structure and reveal form. Shooting using a large format camera, and the nineteenth century process of collodion wet-plate Michelle’s photographic plates resonate between time and subject, light and shadow. Often employing a cross pollination with digital processes.
SCA’d – Group Exhibition
Part of the Sydney Fringe Festival 2013
Opening night: Tuesday, 17 September 6pm – 8.30pm
Exhibition Dates: 18 – 26 September Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday: 9.00am – 5.30pm
This exhibition ‘SCA’d', is a sample of the current work of a group of artists and friends who attended Sydney College of the Arts in the mid to late 80s. Evolving from a chance meeting in an inner city park, ‘SCA’d’ is both a celebration of community and an exploration of how shared experience is reflected in diverse art practice.
An Exhibiton of works produced by the students of the King George V painting class
Part of the Sydney Fringe Festival 2013
2 – 11 September 2013
Opening Night: Wednesday 4 September, 5:30pm – 8:30pm
The King George the V Recreation and Community Centre painting class is a culturally diverse group of community artists who come together as a “driving force” in a commitment to express themselves through the joy of painting.
Ceramics works by Staci Crutchfield
16 – 29 August
Opening: Tuesday 20 August 6pm – 8pm
This exhibition presents functional and sculptural installations which address the costs incurred by standing true to the ideals one hold dear, or the people they love and how the value of the by product of that struggle can be given a monetary value.
Exhibition Dates: 22 July – 15 August
An exhibition of landscapes relating to the visual juxtaposition of industry and nature. How does industry affect, interact and change the landscape dynamic?
An exhibition of abstract and gestural paintings, iwth expressive mark making relating to the style of the American Abstract Expressive movement., these works contain narratives in the form of images that reference life situated within the complex layering of paint
Grounded in the Clouds
Exhibition Dates: 9 July – 19 July
Grounded in the Clouds” is an expressive, organic and colourful exhibition that showcases artworks inspired by Artist Helen Cameron’s emotions, discovery of Reiki, and the energy of the world around her. Helen’s painterly works are foci of emotion and colourist expression. The works take on a lyrical and emotive feel that is portrayed through drawing, painting, mark-making and her ‘signature scribbles’. Helen also teaches art classes for children at Centrehouse in Lane Cove and Waverley Woollahra Art School in Bondi, Sydney. All art is for sale as well as mini artwork hand made gift cards. Sponsored by Art Pharmacy and 2 Elk Cider
23 June – 7 July Launch: Sunday 23 June from 3 – 5pm Open Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm Saturday and Sunday 11am – 4pm
To be opened by Akky Van Ogtrop, President of the Print Council of Australia An exchange print portfolio. Open Studio, Canada & Sydney Printmakers, Australia Plus an exhibition of prints by members of Sydney Printmakers
World Environment Day
Children’s Art Exhibition
Exhibition Dates: 5 – 19 June
2013 Theme: My Favourite Native Australian Animal and it’s Favourite Food
Pine Street Creative Arts Centre plans specific events and exhibitions each year which provide opportunities for children to participate in and display their valuable and unique creative expressions to a wider community audience. The showcase children’s event in the Pine Street calendar is the WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY Children’s Art Competition and Exhibition.
Open to entries from children aged 5 – 12 years old, this annual competition and exhibition encourages environmental awareness through the arts, with the aim of educating children and their families to integrate sustainable actions into their everyday lives. World Environment Day is not just about recognizing our environment but also about encouraging people to ‘think and be green’.
smart ARTS 2013 mini-fest is here! Held over National Youth Week, smart ARTS showcases the creative talents & initiatives of young people aged 15-26yrs. The mini-festival features a launch party, art exhibition & free workshops.
HERE & NOW art exhibition
The 2013 smart ARTS mini-fest exhibition features a collection of artworks made by young people exploring the theme ‘HERE & NOW’. The exhibition features sculpture, installation, painting, drawing & photography. All artworks focus on issues that are affecting young people locally & globally. The exhibition also includes large scale collaborative art works made by various youth collectives & organisations. The exhibition will provide a feast for the senses & will take you on a journey that transcends the confines of the gallery space.
Celebrate the launch of Youth Week in the City on the 5 April at Pine Street Creative Arts Centre with live music, art installations, projections, film , performance & experimental electronica in the Pine Street gallery & surrounds. Launch night is more than just an opening party – it is a multimedia experience incorporating sound & visuals!
Our furry four legged friends and their humans were invited to submit photos of themselves and share their personal stories, to help create awareness about the plight of abandoned, surrendered and neglected dogs.
All submission’s have been added to the existing My Human Family exhibition which is being shown at the Margot Hardy Gallery in April 2013. Photos and stories will go up on a gallery pin-board and be entered into the DOG DIARY fostering campaign.
Presented in partnership with Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, Nick Baldas, BUMP Productions and the Margot Harding Gallery.
Download the Exhibition Invitation
Venue: Margot Harding Gallery, Foyer of Building 23, University of Western Sydney (Bankstown Campus), Bullecourt Avenue, Milperra
Launch: Saturday 10 April at 2pm
Exhibition Dates: 10 – 30 April 2013
RSVP: by Thursday 11 April to Rosemary Hopkins on (02) 4620 3460 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information visit the My Human Family Facebook page
Manners are Necessary A Photographic Exhibition by Stuart Garske
Opening Night Launch: Friday 15 March, 6pm – 8pm Runs until 25 March
Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 9:30am – 5.30pm, Saturday 12pm – 3pm
MAN, Manners Are Necessary, is Stuart Garske’s first solo photographic portraiture exhibition. The theme of masculinity and our gay communities’ fascination with hyper-masculinity, straight-acting and ‘MASC’ was the inspiration for this series. Stuart approached a variety of men though social media apps such as Grndr and Scruff, to sit for a portrait in their own homes and share with you a truthful, relaxed view of themselves. Perhaps even a lesser seen side of their natural masculinity. “Masculinity can be unique. As unique as the men I have photographed.” Stuart Garske www.stuartgarske.com.au
Major Sponsors: Pixel Perfect Emergent Designs
Sarj Hada; ALMOST LOST
Opening: Saturday, March 2, 12pm – 3pm
Dates: 2 – 14 March, 2013
Sarj Hada’s first Solo Exhibition will feature most of his early oil paintings. Sarj was born in Kathmandu, Nepal and has been living in Australia for 10 years. His works have been compared to the likes of Pollock, De Kooning & Whiteley, and described as ‘intense & exciting abstracts’.
‘Grandma’s St‘, Oil on Canvas.
Brenton Parry; FREEDOM (Coinciding with Mardi Gras 2013)
Opening Night: Friday, February 15, 6-8.30pm.
Show Dates: 15-28, February, 2013
“My last exhibition was very dark in tone and highlighted people’s deep insecurities and their need to put up defences,” explains Parry. “Freedom is a much more positive exhibition and has allowed me to highlight people’s confidence and comfort within themselves and in nature. I grew up near the beach and near water. That was when I felt most free. The Freedom exhibition captures the way it feels to be comfortable with myself and with others that are important to me.” www.brentonparry.com
Pine Street Gallery 64 Pine Street, Chippendale.
Ph: 9245 1503
Gallery Hours: Mon – Friday 9.30 – 5.30pm Saturdays: 11am – 4pm
1 – 22 November 2012
Opening night: Friday 2 November, 6pm – 9pm
The Memory Trap is a body of sculptural works that explore visual & sensory encounters experienced by the artist. The works on display include interactive pieces that encourage the viewer to engage with each work on a personal level.
Rose Daridis is a clay artist & sculptor who has been working in various sculptural mediums for the past 20 years. This is her second solo show. The works on display explore a new direction for the clay artist, featuring not only works in clay, but various mixed media pieces utilising found objects & discarded treasures.
Please note the gallery will be closed Saturday 18 November & every Sunday.
‘One Day You’ll Understand’ Guy James Whitworth
19 – 30 October
Guy James Whitworth latest show is all about aging disgracefully. It is an exploration of the devil may care attitude and lack of concern of what anyone thinks, that growing older can bring. His last exhibition ‘Like Neon Within’ at this gallery last year was a hit with both critics and buyers, with ABC calling him ‘inspiring’ and ‘collectable.’ Whereas last year’s show was made up of unworked life drawing and simple sketches, this latest collection is composed of elaborate paintings, portraits and collages, whilst still using the colours and graphic style he is known for in his sketches.
Pine Street’s Annual Outreach Group Exhibition
25 October – 4 November
Launch: Thursday 25 October, 3:30pm – 5pm @ 107 Projects,
107 Redfern Street, Redfern
An exhibition of works created in Pine Street’s Outreach Programs, including painting, drawing, printmaking, ceramics, mosaics, jewellery and multi-media.
Gallery Hours: Thursday – Sunday, 12 – 5pm
Pine Street’s Annual Student Exhibition 5 – 16 October 2012
Launch: Friday 5 October, 6pm
Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 9am – 5:30pm
Saturday 11am – 2pm
Part of the City of Sydney’s Art & About Festival, this annual exhibition of student works is not to be missed! Featuring ceramics, printmaking, painting, drawing, stencil art, silver jewellery and more.
A leap of faith, a leap into the unknown, a leap forward. The emotional conflict of doubt and optimism involved in holding an exhibition for emerging final year artists from the Sydney Gallery School takes on a physicality in new sculptural works.
The work is as varied as the artistic outlook of the individuals. A diverse range of materials and approaches provides an exhibtion of interesting elclecticism. Steel, plastic, timber, bronze contrast and compliment to provide an exhibiton of broad appeal and from the point of view of the artists and their work – a leap into the unknown.
LEAP will be officially opened on Tuesday 25th September at 6pm by Will Coles, Sculptor and street artist.
Three Ways Group Exhibition Jen Fitzell, Karen Greenwood, Lynn Wallis
1 – 6 September, 9:30am – 5:30pm weekdays
Opening Drinks with the Artists: Saturday 1 September, 2pm – 4pm
Dots, Maps and Light Boxes
19 – 31 July
Launch: Thursday 19 July, 6pm
Closing Night: Tuesday 31 July, 6pm – 8pm
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 9am – 5.30pm, Sat 11am – 4pm
George Washingmachine is mainly known as a jazz musician. He tours Australia & Europe, and recently returned from The Ascona Jazz Festival in Europe.
He has been active in the visual arts for a number of years.
George has been working on a series of light boxes and some recent works in his Island girls series.
He is very excited also by his portrait of Australian Pop Icon, Martin Sharp.
Come along and enjoy the work!
My Human Family; Rescue Dogs Find a Home, Community Photographic Project 2012
Exhibition Dates: 5 – 14 July 2012
Open Day Launch: Saturday 7 July 2012, 12pm
Last Day: Saturday 14 July, 12pm – 3pm
With the aim of creating awareness about abandoned, surrendered and neglected dogs, the My Human Family community photographic project invites our rescued four legged friends and their humans to submit family photos and share their personal stories.
Go to the Project webpage
In memory of Bindi, Bobby and Pound-Dog Billy
Thanks to our Major Sponsors
Through the Windows of My Mind
Art Works by Staci Crutchfield and Sam Mallinson
Clay, Digital Prints and Mixed Media
20th June – 3rd July 2012
Opening Night Launch Friday 22nd June 6pm – 8pm
Gallery open 9:30am – 5:30pm (Monday – Friday), 12pm – 3pm (Saturday), Closed Sunday
Sam Mallinson – Digital Prints Educated at ANU and UNSW in mathematics, physics and engineering.
Sam’s technique evolved from his use of mathematical transformations to analyse experimental data. He has applied this technique to his own photographs, linocut prints and drawings, physical & digital ephemera and other artists’ works. Impressions are made on Epson Velvet Fine Art and Archival Matte papers using an Epson Stylus Pro 3880 printer.
Staci Crutchfield – Ceramics Has attended numerous short courses in Ceramics around Australia.
Staci’s main interest is in techniques using natural materials to impart colour, as in the Japanese Bizen tradition. Her pieces are hand thrown bowls formed without the use of a wheel fired in sagars packed with concentrated food waste, ash and garden clippings. Clay used is a compound of raku, stoneware and earthenware aged with biodegradable waste added.
WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY 2012
Children’s Fine Art & Digital Art Competition & Exhibition
6 – 18 June, Monday to Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm.
2012 Theme: Green Economy Sustainable Agriculture and Clean Energy
Launch Artworks will be displayed and competition winners announced at the official exhibition launch on Saturday 9 June, from 1:30pm – 3:30pm. Official announcement of winners will take place at 2:00pm.
Location: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, first floor Gallery, 64 Pine St Chippendale.
Contact Pine Street’s Children’s Program Coordinator, Bess O’Malley
Phone: (02) 9245 1502
History Bearing; A solo exhibition by Rowena Hall
May 2 – 14
Opening Night: Wednesday 2 May, 6pm – 8:30pm
Exhibition to be opened by film critic Peter Castaldi
Hours: Mon - Fri 9:30am – 5:30pm, Sat 11am – 4pm
Rowena Hall’s first solo exhibition, History Bearing, combines the narrative conventions of tableaux with those of staged photographic portraiture. The work is designed to reveal historical stories (850 AD to the 1960s) of women with emphasis on their fertility. This dynamic series of work is timely, readjusting the way the female body has historically been represented by including fertility as part of the norm, as opposed to treating it as something to be excluded.
Bambini without Borders; by Alessandro Perini
Opening 18 May 6pm 17 – 29 May
In 2010 Alessandro travelled to Africa to spend time photographing in an orphanage called the Watoto Wema Centre in Kenya, where he had a chance to live with the children and document some unforgettable and heart-warming moments. Once back in Sydney he decided he wanted to find a material way to help the children and their carers.
He set about building a website and created a way for people to donate directly to them. He also realised he could make a difference by selling his images as prints and in book form. This project now includes his recent visit to the Shanghai Healing Home for orphaned babies suffering cleft palate. This exhibition is designed to assist in creating awareness and an ongoing relationship with impoverished orphanages around the globe.
Cick here to download the exhibition invitation www.aletheintruso.com
13 – 27 APRIL
smart ARTS is a youth arts & cultural festival showcasing the creative talents and
initiatives of young people in the areas of visual arts, film, performance arts and music.
smart ARTS is held during National Youth Week (13-22 April 2012) and will feature a range of cutting edge arts & cultural events happening over two weeks. The 2012 festival will feature live music, an art exhibition, live art, film screenings, fashion, drawing games, street art tour, free workshops & interactive installation projects across a varied program of exciting art events & cultural gatherings. All event are FREE. Click here for more info
Submission dates: 1 Jan – 18 Mar
Exhibition dates: 21 – 31 Mar
Family fun day & exhibition launch: Sun 25 Mar, 12pm – 3pm @ Pine Street Creative Arts Centre
For further information contact Nick at PRIDE In Colour: email@example.com
FAIRY BREAD DAY Exhibition and Family Fun Day
Children Exploring the Family Unit through Art
21 – 31 March 2012 FAIRY BREAD DAY is a unique community exhibition & family fun day exploring diverse family units through the eyes of our children. Be part of the exhibition by sending drawings to Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, GPO Box 1591, Sydney 2001. Then join us for our free family fun day on 25 March! Face painting, balloon making, a magic show, a choir, badge making and yummy fairy bread will be some of the fun events your family can enjoy. You can also pose for a digital photo rainbow family portrait. Download Exhibition Flyer
Vida; Maria Prada, An exhibition of photography
Launch: Friday 2 March 6.00 – 8.30pm
Exhibition Dates: 2 – 13, March, 2012
Maria Prada is a Sydney-based Colombian born photographer whose interest lies in documenting the beauty and mystery in the ‘everyday’. Taken over a ten year period, Prada takes us through her travels around the world, where she has aimed to capture the essence of human emotion and the beauty of the seemingly ordinary.
Opening Hours Mon – Fri 9.30am – 5.30pm
Sat March 10: 12pm – 3pm
Enchanted Garden Fiona Martin
An exhibition of metal and textile jewellery.
Exhibition Dates: 18 – 28 February, 2012
Launch: Friday 17 February 6.00pm
Monday – Friday 9.30am – 5.30pm
Saturday 12.00pm – 3.00pm
Techniques such as crochet, knitting and embroidery are used with silver and copper wire and various other materials including gems, glass and textiles to create unique and highly individual jewellery.
The garden forms the theme for this exhibition, with jewellery inspired by flowers commonly seen around Sydney but also more whimsical interpretations.
Click here for Image Gallery
An Amnesty International Human Rights Innovation Fund 2010 Grant Project
MANUWANGKU, Under The Nuclear Cloud; Photographs by Jagath Dheersekara, Curated by Sandy Edwards
17 – 29 January 2012
Launch: Tuesday 17 January, 6.30pm
RSVP by Friday 13 January
Contact Natalie Wasley 0429 900 774 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Mon to Fri: 9:30am-5:30pm
Sat 21 and 28 Jan: 11am-3pm
Public holiday 26 Jan: 11am-3pm
Click here for Exhibition Invitation
Artist Statement (Jagath Dheersekara) Muckaty is situated on Warlmanpa country, 120 km north of Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory. Traditional Owners call the area “Manuwangku”. Nomination of their traditional land as a domestic nuclear waste dump site in 2007, coupled with proposals for Australia to “lease” uranium and take back radioactive waste from overseas nuclear power operations, have generated justifiable fear and concern amongst the Aboriginal communities in and around Muckaty (Manuwangku). They have responded to the nomination with ongoing protests to defend their right to live in a clean and safe environment, free of hazardous waste. The photo project “Manuwangku, Under the nuclear cloud” for which I received Amnesty International Human Rights Innovation Fund Grant in 2010, is focused on this community under threat. Living with them and experiencing their socio-cultural life and activism, I attempted to document the spirit, connection to land and the collective voice of this community as they try to resist institutionalised racism manifesting in this instance in a move to convert their traditional lands to a dumping ground for nuclear waste.
From the Curator’s Notes (Sandy Edwards)
Jagath spent time living with the communities documenting ‘their spirit, connection to land, and collective voice’. We are familiar with images of protest and action that have in fact taken place in the community however Jagath chooses to take a different approach. With great sensitivity and a nonintrusive camera (not an easy mode and one which can only be achieved with complete collaboration by those being photographed) he records the daily life of a broad range of community members, men, women and children. The images are disarmingly simple yet leave a strong impression … Muckaty is a small community sitting in a low scrub desert landscape with the predominant colours created by soft red earth, long green grasses and blue cloud scudded skies. By contrast the built environment is striking for its vibrant primary colours in the walls of rooms and on people’s clothing. With a naturalistic eye Jagath records with great subtlety the relationships between family and community members. We see them in kitchens, living rooms and bedrooms as well as in the outdoor environment. Children play pool, women gather plants, make art and watch television, men are shown in relation to women and children. There is much revealed in body language. We experience a poignancy at viewing such normalcy of life knowing that it may well be destroyed for this tribal group.
Home is Where Your Art is… Pine Street’s Staff Exhibition
Launch: Friday 2 December, 6pm
Runs until Friday 16 December
Open Monday – Friday 9am – 5.30pm
Come and celebrate Summer at the opening of Pine Street’s Annual Staff Exhibition – witness first hand the creative skills of the artists working at our Centre. The exhibition will feature an inspiring display of artworks across the disciplines of ceramics, printmaking, silver jewellery, sculpture, painting, drawing, stencil art and more. Come and enjoy the art, and perhaps pick up some creative gift ideas for Christmas.
Foreground Art by Isabel Watts
Background Art by Rebecca Baird
Invitation Design by Craig Bunker
Featuring collaborative ceramics works by Pine Street tutor Evan Wills and Pine Street students Emma Peters, Melinda Craig, Sophie Tourrier, Summer Chan, Tatiana Wans, Tristan Harmen, Zoe Mahony.
Launch: Friday 18 November 6.30pm
Exhibition Dates: 18 – 30 November
Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm, Saturday 11am – 4pm
LIKE NEON WITHIN; Guy James Whitworth
Launch: Wednesday 2nd November at 6:30pm
Exhibition Dates: Wednesday 2nd – Saturday 12th November 2011
Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 9:30am – 5:30pm
Saturday: 12pm – 3pm
This is Guy’s first Sydney exhibition in almost a decade and his first ever made up of life drawings and portraits. ‘What I was really trying to do was capture the inner being whilst using colour and line to describe the outer.’ He says smiling, ‘These aren’t traditional portraits as such but an attempt to try and depict the sitter’s dreams and passions.’ The bright neon colours used in these recent works offer a dramatic contrast to his previous exhibition of mostly black and white paintings which had a far more superficial, fashion magazine feel. The pieces making up this exhibition range from quite small, intimate portraits to large, oversize explosions of colour and form. ABC Sydney said ‘this show is sure to be a hit’ and What’s on Sydney called the show ‘exciting’ and ‘not to be missed.’
Pine Street’s Annual Outreach Exhibition 2011
Venue: Carriageworks Foyer, 245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh (This venue is wheelchair accessible)
Exhibition Dates: 12 – 22 October
Official Launch: Thursday 13 October, 3.30pm
Opening Hours: Mon to Fri 9am – 5pm; Sat 9am – 1pm
Join us at Carriageworks for the launch of our annual Outreach Exhibition. The City of Sydney’s Councillor Phillip Black will be officially opening the show on 13 October at 3.30pm. Featuring works produced in Pine Street’s 2011 Outreach programs, including 2D and 3D mediums – painting, drawing, printmaking, ceramics, mosaics, and jewellery. Click here to download an invitation flyer
NSW CONSUMER ADVISORY GROUP
Mental Health Inc. presents Recovery In Art
@ Pine Street Creative Arts Centre
Exhibition Dates: 20 Oct – 28 Oct 2011
Opening launch: Friday 21 October 12 noon
Launch RSVP to NSW CAG required
Email: email@example.com or phone: 02 9332 0200
For more information go to www.nswcag.org.au
Opening Hrs: Mon – Fri 9.30am – 5.30pm; Sat 12pm – 3pm
Click here to download the invite flyer
Vijaya Sen, in association with The City of Sydney presents… INSIDE OUTSIDE
An Exhibition of Paintings
4 – 15 October 2011
Launch: Saturday 8 October at 11:30am
RSVP: 0415 247 190 or 0405 221 853
Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 9:30am – 5:30pm
Saturday: 11am – 2pm
Vijaya and her artwork Artist’s Statement
My childhood absorption in art led me to complete a BA (Visual Arts) at the Australian National University where I graduated in 1998. Since then I have pursued art, developing in a range of styles and materials and, when living in Canberra, regularly exhibiting my work in both group and solo exhibitions. This is my first solo exhibition in Sydney following my inclusion in a private exhibition in North Sydney last year. At university and since graduation my output has included dry point etchings in some of which I responded to travels in India and Italy. A number of these were shown in a 2001 exhibition at the Megalo gallery. Other exhibitions also featured Australian and Parisian images in gouache and acrylic. In 2007 I won 2nd Prize at the City Heart art exhibition with a water colour portrait. I took part in a solo exhibition at the Theo Notaras Multicultural Building in 2009 and the Belconnen Community Centre’s Artist Proof group exhibition in the same year. In addition I was invited to submit work to a community exhibition at a Civic venue the following year. Portraiture involving family and friends has been a constant in my art with some of my favourites being detailed pencil drawings. I also paint using acrylic medium, exploiting its potential for colour and immediacy; and more recently I have used oils. For my current exhibition, Inside Outside, I have concentrated on acrylic and water colour painting. My works express my sense of selfhood, my cultural background and my natural surroundings. Some are highly symbolical of experiences and influences, allowing me to express personal and individual responses to life and art in a meaningful way.
Inside Outside expresses ideas, imaginings and feelings in relation to subjects ranging from people close to me, cultural influences, pets, places that include churches and beaches and, of course, nature. Vijaya Sen October 2011
Annual Students’ Exhibition Part of the City of Sydney’s Art & About Festival
16 – 28 September 2011
Official launch: Friday 16 September, 6pm
We are very please to announce that the City of Sydney’s Lord Mayor, Clover Moore, will be opening the exhibition! Come and celebrate Spring at our annual exhibition, featuring artworks from Pine Street programs run throughout the year – ceramics, porcelain, printmaking, silver jewellery, painting, drawing, stencil art and more.
All our Term 4 2010 and Term 1, 2 and 3 2011 students are invited to submit works created in our studios. Click here to download the info letter and entry form (page 2 of the letter). Click here to download the exhibition flyer
Market Street, Linocut by Mike Cook, Pine Street Printmaking Student
29 August – 10 September
Launch: Wednesday 31 August, 6.30pm – 9.00pm
Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 9:30am – 5:30pm, Saturday 11am – 4pm, Closed Sunda
What are masks? Six artists from different and diverse backgrounds form together like Voltron in an attempt to peel back the concept, reveal the meanings, and expose the monsters and disfigured freaks that lurk behind them. Join the artists for opening night drinks on the 31st August – lucky door prize for the best mask!
Featured Artists: Lewis McKeown
Click here for the exhibition press kit
40 Photographs by Sally McInerney
10 – 22 August
Launch: Thursday 11 August 6pm
Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 9:30am – 5:30pm, Saturday 11am – 4pm,
Sometimes the workings of Nature coalesce with signs of human industry so that a truce is formed between the two powers – the wild and the civilised – and a beautiful, transient third territory appears, a prospect of the world going on without us.
Archival pigment photographs on Canson Rag paper
AWY 087 Koorawatha 2009
Algal blooms Gunning 2004
White chair near Blacketts Creek 2004
Pine Street Printmakers
20 – 30 July 2001
An exhibition of works by Pine Street’s printmaking students
Sydney Diaries: Urban Constructs
Exhibition: 1-18 July 2011
Opening night: Friday 1 July 6-8pm
Opening Times: Monday – Friday 9:30am – 5:30pm, Saturday 12:00am – 3:00pm
Featuring the work of: Jessica Angelina Rungkat, Christine Pizzuti & Aditi Bhonaghiri
Sydney Diaries: Urban Realities is an exhibition exploring Sydney through the eyes of three Sydney based photographers. With each artist focusing on their own individual personal interpretation and exploration of the city, Sydney is captured in dream like colours and in more classic black and white images.
As all three photographers were born overseas, namely in India, Italy and Indonesia the city of Sydney is captured through the multicultural eyes of the people that call this city home.
Please join us at Pine Street Gallery, 64 Pine Street, Chippendale for our opening night drinks on Friday 1 July 2011 from 6 – 8pm.
City of Sydney’s Pine Street Creative Arts Centre,
in partnership with the City’s Sustainability Unit present….
WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY 2011
Children’s Fine Art & Digital Art
Competition & Exhibition
‘Forests: Nature At Your Service.’
3 – 16 June, Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm,
Saturday 11 June 11am – 4pm.
Official Launch: Pine Street Gallery Saturday 4 June from 1.30pm
Announcement of Winners at 2.00pm
Click here for 2011 Competition Flyer and Entry Form
Please note: Entries are now closed
The City of Sydney’s Pine Street Creative Arts Centre plans specific events and exhibitions each year which provide opportunities for children to participate in and display their valuable and unique creative expressions to a wider community audience. The showcase children’s event in the Pine Street calendar is the WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY Children’s Art Competition and Exhibition.
Open to entries from children aged 5 – 12 years old, this annual competition and exhibition encourages environmental awareness through the arts, with the aim of educating children and their families to integrate sustainable actions into their everyday lives. World Environment Day is not just about recognizing our environment but also about encouraging people to ‘think and be green’.
2011 COMPETITION THEME
World Environment Day is presented by the United Nations Environment Program.
The theme for 2011 is Forests: Nature At Your Service. Forests provide services that are essential to maintaining our quality of life. Even in urban areas, trees and other vegetation are vital in promoting biodiversity, regulating the effects of climate change, improving water quality, and maintaining soil fertility.
Create an artwork that reflects on this theme – you could even explore the concept of the ‘urban forest’, depicting the biodiversity of the City. You could create an artwork describing a local native species of plant, tree, animal, insect or bird that lives in your backyard or school yard, and how you share this space.
Artworks will be displayed and winners announced at the official exhibition launch on Saturday 4 June, from 1:30pm. Official announcement of winners will take place at 2:00pm. Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, first floor Gallery, 64 Pine St Chippendale. The exhibition will run from 3 – 12 June, Monday to Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm.
Phone (02) 9245 1503
Chippendale Weed Tour
Saturday 11 June, 11:30am
Meet in the Pine Street Gallery
Join naturalist Diego Bonetto as he presents a 1.5 hour walk around Chippendale’s urban wilderness. Chippendale Weed Tour will take audience along the edges, footpaths and in forgotten corners, presenting the botanical reality that surround us. Learn about uses and abuses related to the most downtrodden of all species: weeds.
This is a family friendly event, all welcome, easy stroll around the streets of Chippendale.
For the past 7 years Diego has been working with WeedyConnection, an environmental art campaign. The project involves an online resource launched in 2006, short documentary films, various site-specific installations in the form of Self-Guided Tours, interactive games on mobile platforms and Facebook interventions. www.weedyconnection.com
Image courtesy of Stefano Ceretti
IDAHO the Exhibition 2011
FRAGILITY – Strength of Spirit
Commemorating International Day Against Homophobia
Exhibition dates: 17 to 28 of May 2011.
Launch: Tuesday 17 May, 6.00 to 8.30pm
Click here for the exhibition catalogue (8MB PDF)
The IDAHO Exhibition is a community development campaign created by IDAHO Sydney to provide an opportunity for people to articulate their responses to homophobia and violence. A call out was made to artists and students across the world to enter artworks that deal with homophobia/identity.
The 2011 exhibition and events will bring together the many different communities within New South Wales and the world, remembering the past and creating awareness for future.
Join us at the launch on Tuesday 17 May and witness the impressive choral skills of Sydney’s Gay and Lesbian Choir!
For further information please feel free to contact Nick at IDAHO Sydney. Ph: 02 9557 8065 www.idahosydney.org
100 Voices – Part of IDAHO Exhibition 2011
Saturday 21 May, 11am – 4pm
Pine Street Gallery
The Pride History Group is working to preserve and pass on Sydney’s lesbian, gay and transgender memories to another generation. 100 voices is the Group’s next big project. This project will make its large collection of oral history interviews available for public access in 2012.
Get involved! Interview, be interviewed, preserve the stories on Saturday 21 May at Pine Street Gallery.
Protest posters from the Robert French collection
Wear It Purple Day – Part of IDAHO Exhibition 2011
Saturday 28 May, 11am – 3pm
Pine Street Gallery
IDAHO Sydney are proud to present a youth friendly day hosted by Wear It Purple, to support rainbow youth at risk.
Special performance by FLAMBA, commemorating International Day Against Homophobia.
For more information or to get involved visit
Artwork by Ben Forrest
Click here for 2SER Interview about Wear It Purple Day
Community Film Screening
Monday 30 May, 6pm
Join us in Pine Street’s gallery for a free community film screening. Waste Not is TEC’s 25min film about recycling and green living – ‘Highly Commended’ international Greenflicks competition, Flickerfest; accepted for Cannes short films; and St Kilda and Rhodes Film Festivals.
Chinese Traditional Furniture & Porcelainware
Last day is Saturday 14 May, 11am – 3pm
A delegation of 16 artists from Jingdezhen City, China, will be exhibiting their art works of Chinese traditional furniture and porcelain ware. The exhibition is organised by China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, which aims to to enhance friendship and promote Chinese traditional culture and arts, as well as share Chinese five thousand years’ rich heritage with the Australian public and local communities. Jingdezhen City is known as the “Porcelain Capital” because it has been producing quality pottery for 1700 years.
smart ARTS 2011
YOUTH ART EXHIBITION
1 – 30 April 2011
Join us for the opening night of the annual smart ARTS Festival 2011 (1- 15 April)! The smart ARTS exhibition will showcase artworks by young artists, 15 – 26 years of age from all across Sydney.
smart ARTS 2011 provides young Australians with an unique opportunity to freely express themselves through art. Support local emerging artists & creative young people by checking out this amazing show. The 2011 exhibition will feature painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, street art, textiles & much more!
The opening launch will include installations, live liquid-light & film projections from projection bombing tribe, Punk Monk Propaganda & live music from the amazing young musicians from Sydney Youth Orchestra. Attendees will also enjoy beautiful lanterns & awesome interactive art installations made by young people in pre-festival workshops at Pine Street Creative Arts Centre.
Come and get a rare glimpse into the creative and vibrant culture of Sydney’s youth!
To find our more about smart ARTS Festival 2011 & all of the awesome events happening between 1-15 April, click on the link below:
Part of the City of Sydney’s Living in Harmony Festival
Featuring photography by Louise Whelan
Opening: Thursday 17 March, 6:00pm – 8:30pm
Runs until Saturday 26 March
From Icelanders in Epping to Hmongs in Liverpool, Louise Whelan’s photographic exhibition AUSTRALIAN’S ALL reveals the richness and cultural diversity that is twenty first century Australia.
Whelan’s over 50 vibrant images on display are a selection of the larger body of a work in progress – a photographic documentation of all ethnic communities in NSW.
Curator of photographs Alan Davies, of the State Library of NSW, believes that “these photographs will enable future generations of Australian to have a visual record of early 21st century Australia and to appreciate the contribution of their forebears to our changing culture.”
Weekdays: 9am – 5pm
Saturday 5th: 11am – 4pm
Saturday 12th: closed
Sundays & Public Holidays: closed
For more info:
or call 02 9245 1503
A selection of work by…
1-14 March 2011
Official Launch Tuesday 1 March
6pm – 8.30pm
OPEN: Saturday 5 March, 11am – 4pm
NOT OPEN: Saturday 12 March
I like to keep my art focused on small events, the metamorphosis of insect larvae, the extinction of a seemingly pointless species, or the opening of a can of food. Usually I work on a miniature scale that suits these phenomenon and requires focused attention from the viewer. I favour traditional print media, primarily wood block, lino, and lithography. I also illustrate using watercolour and gouache.
I draw a lot of my inspiration from the Japanese zukushi prints. These prints particularized things as varied as animals, toys, and theatre characters. I’m also greatly inspired by the idea of a cabinet of curiosities. Cabinet of curiosities were kind of personal mini-museums. They contained objects from around the world that were yet to be identified or scientifically catalogued. Among the collected objects there could be fraudulent natural history specimens or true specimens believed to have come from mythical beasts. It is this blend of fact and fiction giving a sense of wonder, that I try to recreate in my work.
KISS: expressions of love
19 – 26 February 2011
Official Launch: Sunday 20 February 11am – 4pm
Through a series of colour photographic images, taken with the aid of an interactive kissing frame installation, the gesture of kissing is embraced to transcend society’s boundaries of gender, age, race, colour and creed.
A selection of the KISS images will be exhibited at Pine Street’s Gallery, to coincide with the New Mardi Gras Festival 2011. Visit the KISS booth at the Sydney Star Observer stall, then take a short stroll down to the gallery and you can pick up your photo memento from the Fair, as well as check out the exhibition!
The gallery is 5 minutes walk down Cleveland Street from Victoria Park, on the first floor of 64 Pine Street, Chippendale.
Curated by Nick Baldas
A joint initiative by by IDAHO Sydney and the City of Sydney’s Pine Street Creative Arts Center, Supported by Sydney Star Observer.
For More Info
P: 0420 422 611
Joint Exhibition Jen Fitzell and Lynne Wallis
14 – 17 February
Official Launch Monday 14 February,
6pm – 8pm
Join us on Valentines Day 2011 to view the work of these two talented artists
Jen Fitzell has been drawing, printmaking and painting for many years. Her current work reflects her interest in live music, focusing on the communication between people that this creates.
Lynn Wallis has been drawing and painting throughout his life of playing music. His work reveals his interest in architecture, his late night walks home from work, and time spent living near the sea.
“WE ALL HAVE THINGS WE HIDE BEHIND”
Launch: Tuesday 1 February at 6:30pm
Exhibition Dates: 1 – 12 February 2011
Monday – Friday 9:30am – 5:30pm
Saturdays 11am – 4pm
Emerging Sydney photographer BRENTON PARRY is set to launch his first solo photographic exhibition. Through his photography, the 37-year old Sydney-based graphic designer, blogger, aerial circus student and former lifesaver has created an intensely aesthetic look through a series of powerful images highlighting the deep insecurities people experience when they believe they are not quite good enough.
The exhibition explores Parry’s own personal struggle with being part of Sydney’s gay scene, although he is often perceived to be in the thick of it.
“My life has been one great journey – a chaotic collection of events. But all along this journey
I developed a love for photography, which centres on outer beauty and in particular portraiture photography, which centres on the often more hidden inner beauty. Shrouded has allowed me to bring both together”, says Parry.
Love Thy Temple…
“The Goddess Within” INTRODUCING… ANGELINA PAPAS
Inspirational pieces of Art & Poetry through the eyes of Spirit & Mythology
Who Am I as Woman in the contemporary world of today? Getting to know ‘Thy Self‘ through the cycles of nature & nurture. A journey of empowerment as a whole family is moved & challenged by a wife & mother’s quest for truth.
THIS EXHIBITION IS EVERY WOMAN’S STORY………
LAUNCH: TUESDAY 25 JANUARY, 6PM – 8.30PM
UNTIL SATURDAY 29 JANUARY 2011
MON – FRI 9.30AM – 5.30PM
SAT 11AM – 3PM
ANNUAL TUTOR’S EXHIBITION
3 – 18 DECEMBER 2010
LAUNCH: 6.30PM FRIDAY 3 DECEMBER 2010 @ PINE STREET CREATIVE ARTS CENTRE
Come and celebrate Summer at the opening of our annual Tutors’ Exhibition – and witness first hand the creative skills of the artists teaching at our Centre. The exhibition will feature an inspiring display of beautiful artworks across the disciplines of ceramics, printmaking, silver jewellery, sculpture, painting, drawing, stencil art and more.
Come and enjoy the art, and pick up some creative gift ideas for Christmas!
Click here to download the flyer (PGF File)
Sharing Our Stories: A Forum Celebrating Sexuality, Sex and Gender Diversity in Multicultural Communities
When: Tuesday 14 December 5:30pm drinks for 6pm start
Cost: Free – Drinks and refreshments will be provided – please advise us if you have any access or dietary requirements
Where: NSW Teachers Federation, 37 Reservoir Street, Surry Hills
RSVP/Enquiries: Maria Chan on 02 9246 7312 or firstname.lastname@example.org
How to get to this event: 3 minutes walk from Central Train Station
In partnership with a range of community organisations, the City of Sydney is hosting a free community forum to explore sexual and gender diversity in multicultural communities and to celebrate their journeys and strengths.
Join us for film screening of Tony Ayres’ China Dolls* and hear personal stories and experiences from a panel of speakers, including youth, family, artists, practitioners and service providers.
Visit the KISS booth at the forum to add your lips to the exhibition below!
Breaking the Silence
Not Violent, Not Silent Exhibition
17 – 28 November
Monday – Friday 9:30am – 5:30pm
Saturday 11:00am – 4:00pm
This moving selection of artwork and poetry has been created by public school students from across the Sydney Region and forms an important part of the Breaking the Silence in Schools Program.
Supported by Suzanne Grae in partnership with the White Ribbon Foundation, the program aims to educate students about violence against women and girls.
Opening: Wednesday 17 November
6:30pm to 8:00pm
Beverages & canapes will
be served on the night.
Click here to download the invite
Exhibition dates: 3 – 12 November 2010
Meet the artist – Saturday 6 November 11am – 4pm
In today’s western world, we are moving at an ever increasing pace. We are constantly upgrading our lifestyles and supersizing what we produce, eat, think and feel… disposing of everything that we deem no longer nourishes our mind, body or spirit.
Nick’s new exhibition DISPOSABLE explores the journey of organic objects that have ‘expired’. It highlights the delicate balance between society and the physical world, by recycling unwanted materials and thoughts.
Nick new exhibition hopes to inspire the reuse of the found object and unwanted materials, creating desirable objects that question, confront and reflect the western view of materialism.
For more information contact:
Do you believe in Truth, Love and Beauty? If you do be part of the KISS exhibition 2011!
Visit Pine Street Gallery on Saturday 6 November between 11am and 4pm and have your photo taken for the exhibition in February 2011.
As a ‘Thank You’, you will be able to pick up a hard copy of the image during the 2011 exhibition being held as part of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival. Just drop into the gallery during Fair Day, Sunday 20 February 2011, and pick up your ‘kiss’ momento.
The exhibition will also travel to Customs House Library for International Day Against Homophobia 2011
La Catrina’ Photographic Exhibition by Robert Duran<
Opening night gala – Wednesday 20 October, 6:00pm
Exhibition Dates: 18 – 29 October
Opening hours: Monday – Friday, 9am – 6pm
Opening by CARLOS BARRIOS, Plein Air Art Prize Finalist Parliament House 2010, Blake Prize Finalist 2005, 2007, Sulman Prize Finalist 2005. Special performance by Miss Burlesque Australia runner up Briana Bluebell!
Combining his Mexican heritage, architectural background and passion for photography, Roberto Duran is one artist you can rely on for a consistently edgy and unusual approach to photography.
His most recent collection of artworks explores the many interpretations of the Mexican Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos) goddess ‘La Catrina.’ Some see her as ugly, others beautiful and others mysterious, strange and interesting.
Duran has sourced make-up artists, burlesque performers and body painters using their skills to create a collection of images that capture the essence of the festival that is celebrated to honor deceased loved ones. It may sound gloomy or morbid however it’s a very cheerful and colorful holiday.
For further enquiries please contact
Roberto Duran on: 043131 2344
Pine Street ‘s Annual Students’ Exhibition
Launch: Friday 24 September, 6:30pm
The Exhibition will run until Thursday 7 October
Come and help us celebrate the creative talents of the students who are part of the Pine Street community – you may even be inspired to sign up for a class yourself! The exhibition will feature a stunning display of artworks from the programs we have run throughout the year including digital art, ceramics, printmaking, silver jewellery, sculpture, painting, drawing, stencil art and more.
Students’ who were enrolled in 2010 classes are eligible to submit works for the exhibition. Click here for entry details and forms.
Students must collect works on Friday 8 October
Launch: Wednesday 1 September, 6.00pm -
Exhibition Dates: 31 August – 5 September
Peepshow will feature affordable paintings, drawings & works on paper made by emerging artists Lisa Lapointe, Melissa Hulme, Christie Torrington, & Melanie Williams. In the peepshow you will find a selection of beautiful & eclectic pieces that are sure to ignite your senses & inflame your sensibilities – don’t blink or you’ll miss it! Click here for more info about the artists
Join the artists for opening night drinks at the launch of ‘Peepshow’ on Wednesday 1st of September, 6pm – 9pm. Exhibition concludes on the 5 September 2010. All are welcome, no RSVP required.
Pine Street Gallery, 64 Pine St Chippendale, NSW 2008
For more info, call (02) 9245 1503 or 0409 229 890
Gallery Hours: Mon – Fri 9am – 6pm, Sat: 11am – 5pm, Sun: closed
MyPlace_MyFace Community Photo Exhibition
Launch: Tuesday 17 August, 6:30pm
First Floor Gallery, 64 Pine Street, Chippendale
The Exhibition will run until 28 August
A joint initiative of the City of Sydney’s Pine Street Creative Arts Centre and Homelessness Unit and Australian Centre for Photography
This exhibition features the 30 finalists in the MyPlace_MyFace photographic competition, which invited entries from amateur photographers, regardless of age or skill level. It also aimed to reach out to people who are experiencing or have experienced homelessness, alongside people who have a secure place to live. Click here for more info about the competition.
Pine Street & Hope Street Outreach Exhibition
Launch: 19 August, 3:30pm
The Exhibition will run until 9 September
Presented by the City of Sydney’s Pine Street Creative Arts Centre and HopeStreet Urban Compassion in association with Carriageworks
Carriageworks Foyer, 245 Wilson Street (corner Codrington Street), Eveleigh
This joint art exhibition features works from Pine Street’s and HopeStreet’s Outreach programs, with art works created by some of the most marginalised people in our community. This exhibition includes both 2D and 3D mediums, representing painting and drawing, printmaking, ceramics, mosaics and jewellery.
Five Actors – a pound of dogs
An original creation by Fine Line Collective
Nightly Performances 7:30pm – 8:45pm
Thurs 9th – Sat 11th Sept
Thurs 16th – Sat 18th Sept
To reserve places for Walk me! at Pine Street Creative Arts Centre Gallery, text or call 0423 638 289 with your name, the number of seats, the date you’d like to attend, a phone contact and an email contact. Your places will be confirmed
Entry is by donation. Places are limited so please text with cancellations or changes.
Original songs and stories with both bark and bite, told with masterful physical characterization.
“A curious and comic canine look at humankind”
- Shon Dale-Jones, Hoipolloi Theatre Co.
Chinese Painting & Calligraphy Exhibition
Official Opening Saturday 24 July, 10:30am – 4:00pm
Open on Monday 26 July 9:30am – 5:30pm
Contact Julie for more info: 0405 329 728
Portrait Series of Aboriginal, African-American and American Activists
by Kerry Awia Markey
3 – 14 July
Opening 2pm, Sat July 3
The Usual Suspect
New works by Rose Daridis
17 – 30 May 2010
Opening: Wed 19 May, 6pm – 9pm
For more info contact:
0421 33 99 30 or 02 9245 1503
Pine Street Mural Project
Saturday 27 March 2010 in the Basketball Courts @ Pine Street
Click here to view a film of the workshop
Thanks to funding from the City of Sydney’s Local Action Plans (LAPS), the skills of the workshop facilitators and commitment from a team of volunteers, Pine Street Creative Arts Centre’s old, worn out mural had a major facelift last month. 15 Pine Street students, their friends and relatives gave up an entire Saturday painting three of the four sections of the new mural – a native garden panel, a stencil art panel and a section for Pine Street/smARTarts Youth Festival logos. The fourth, Indigenous themed panel was painted on panels at workshops facilitated by Elizabeth Rooney at Glebe Youth Services. A number of kids and adults took part in the design and painting of these panels, which were then installed on site. The results are stunning! The fact that there has not been a single tag or piece of graffiti added over the last month reflect that quality, community driven murals are respected and tend not be get vandalised.
Comment from a volunteer on the day, as featured in the April CEO Update:
I had a wonderful day working as a volunteer with a group of other artists on the Pine Street Mural workshop. How incredible would it be if every suburb in Sydney had a creative arts centre like Pine Street. It is a truly inspiring and unique artistic network
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YOUTH ART EXHIBITION
Wednesday 7 April – Friday 30 April
Opening night: Wednesday 7 April 6:30pm – 8:30pm
@ Pine Street, First Floor Gallery
Prior to the big smARTarts festival day on the 17 April, you can celebrate Youth Week 2010 by joining us at the smARTarts youth art exhibition opening launch!
The exhibition showcases the best of our local emerging artists. Come & meet the artists & pick up some affordable art! All proceeds go to artists, no commissions charged.
For more info about the smARTarts Festival, click here!
Or contact contact Christie or Tamara on:
9245 1503 or email: email@example.com
Glebe Mural Project
Part of the City of Sydney’s Living in Harmony Festival
Saturday 24 April 12:30pm
Peter Forsyth Auditorium
Corner of Francis & Franklyn Sts, Glebe
To commemorate this year’s Festival, Glebe community members have painted a mural promoting harmony and diversity inside the Peter Forsyth Auditorium. Come along to the mural launch and see a showcase of paintings from the workshops.
The project consisted of a series of 10 workshops, facilitated by artists from Pine Street Creative Art Centre, and the results are stunning.
Come along to the launch and see for yourself! BBQ lunch provided.
The Artist and the Sea
10 – 20 March 2010. Opening night Wednesday 10 March, 6:00pm
(please note that this show will be open Monday – Friday 9:30am – 5:30pm, but will not be open on Saturdays)
14 local and international artists reflecting upon the theme of the sea. A group exhibition of painting, photography and indoor sculpture
Art Treasures of the KGV Painting Class
Tuesday 23 February – Thursday 4 March
Cine Barrio & MAWAI presents a
3 Wise Men Event
Sunday 10 January from 6 – 9pm
Free Public Screening of the award winning film Viva Cuba!
Basketball courts, Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, 64 Pine Street Chippendale.
For more info call Pilar Angon on 0406 055 485 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Pine Street’s Annual Tutors’ Exhibition
11 – 19 December 2009
Launch: Friday 11 December
6:00pm – 8:30pm
Please join us at the opening of our annual Tutors’ Exhibition, which celebrates the creativity and skills of the artists teaching at the Centre.
The exhibition will feature an inspiring display of beautiful artworks across the disciplines of ceramics, printmaking, silver jewellery, sculpture, painting, drawing, stencil art and more.
Come and enjoy the art, and pick up some creative gift ideas for Christmas!
new work – alexandra sideris
25 November – 7 December 2009
Launch: Wednesday 25 November
6:00pm – 9:00pm
The exhibition contains recent works on paper and a new jewellery collection. The 2D works are an exploration of the every day including street furniture and a series of images inspired by nature, combining a variety of media including gouache and collage. The new jewellery collection is made from handworked leather, sterling silver, semi precious stones and found objects, containing contemporary elements combined with a style reminiscent of the 1970s.
Multicultural Art Competition 2009 – Australian Identity?!
4 – 21 November 2009
First Prize 2009 – Night Drivers by Michael Fairweather
Running for the second year, the City’s Multicultural Art Competition 2009 aims to showcase illustrative artworks that tell a story and encapsulate the City’s cultural diversity.
The competition opened on Monday 20 July 2009 and closed on Monday 31 August 2009. A total of 96 artworks entered the competition, with artists from within the City of Sydney, metropolitan Sydney and as far away as Indonesia and Russia.
This year’s theme was – Australian Identity?!
The 2009 Multicultural Art Competition called on artists to explore what contemporary Australia means to them. From works presenting scenes of cultural diversity in everyday local communities to national icons such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Three Sisters, each of this year’s ten finalists drew inspiration from their own experiences of Australian life.
The Launch of the exhibition for the 2009 Multicultural Art Competition was held on Saturday 17 August at Custom’s House at 12pm. Over 160 people attended the launch, where the Deputy Lord Mayor, Councillor Phillip Black, and Sylvia Ross, the Head of the School of Art at the College of Fine Arts, officially announced the finalists and major prize winners.
Multicultural Art Competition 2009 Winners
First Prize, Michael Fairweather, $2,000 cash prize
Second Prize, Richard Paik, $1,000 cash prize
Third Prize, Adriano Toniolo, $500 cash prize
Highly Commended, Amazing the Three Sisters by Yue Yoo Wang, $100 cash prize
Highly Commended, “Taken” – But Not Forgotten! Aboriginality- An Identity by Kathryn Dodd Farrawell, $100 cash prize
Highly Commended, Australians Enrich Each Other by Julia Lesiuk Sawicki, $100 cash prize
Highly Commended, Colourful Australia by Craig Andrews, $100 cash prize
Highly Commended, Building Together by Alexis Andrea Paraan, $100 cash prize
Highly Commended, Building Together by Full of Colour, Full of Culture by Fang Min Wu, $100 cash prize
Highly Commended, Celebrating Diversity by Stephanie Donnelly, $100 cash prize.
Customs House, Circular Quay
When: Saturday 17 October – Friday 30 October 2009
Where: Customs House Library, Level 1, 31 Alfred Street, Circular Quay
Pine Street Gallery
When: Wednesday 4 November – Saturday 21 November 2009
Where: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre,
Level 1, 64 Pine Street, Chippendale
For further information contact:
Manager, Social Planning, Access and Community Development
Tel: 02 9246 7874
Coordinator-Multicultural Art Competition
Tel: 02 9265 9033
urban art agenda 1- 22 October 2009
Inspired by New York graffiti of the 1980s, stencil art is a form of street art (or urban art) which has surfaced all over the globe in the last two decades.
As part of the City of Sydney’s Art & About program, Pine Street Creative Arts Centre will celebrate Urban Art Agenda #3. Join us to be part of the action!
Urban Art Agenda #3 is a global & local street art festival with the following urban arts events happening throughout October.
Thursday, 1 October
Urban Art Agenda Gallery Exhibition Launch
6:00pm – 9:00pm @ Pine Street Gallery
Local & International Urban Art Exhibition Opening night & launch
Tuesday, 6 October
STENCIL ART & DIY MASTERCLASS
6.30pm – 8.45pm @ Darlington Activity Centre, cnr of Ivy & Shepherd Streets in Darlington
Learn about Stencil Art & why it has taken the world by storm! You can make stickers, paste-up’s, patches, t-shirts – whatever! It’s up to you & your DIY skills! Learn a range of DIY techniques with all materials provided. Bookings are essential (no thongs or open toed footwear at workshop). max 12 students.
$25 per person – Bookings essential: Phone 9245 1503 or email email@example.com
Saturday, 17 October
Guided Street Art Tour – St Peters – Enmore – Newtown
1:00pm – 2.30pm Meet @ Mays Lane, St Peters
with Chris Tamm, Stencil & Street Artist (TBC)
$5 per person – Bookings essential: Phone 9245 1503 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, 11 October
STENCIL ART FORUM & MASTERCLASS: “Is it art or is it Art?”
1.00pm – 4.30pm @ Museum of Contemporary Art
Find out more about the phenomenon of stencil art as a contemporary art form. Learn from and interact with practicing stencil artists with a broad range of styles, approaches and experiences. A public forum about stencil art led by artists and curators.
Urban Art Agenda curator JD Mittman will present a fascinating insight into the gallery exhibition and will discuss the history of street art with a special focus on stencil art.
Includes screening of Taryne Laffar’s short film Who Paintin Dis Wandjina? and stencil activities.
Cost: $20/ 15 MCA Members & concessions
Bookings essential: email@example.com
For more info phone 9245 1503 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Annual Pine Street Students’ Exhibition
Pine Street Gallery
Launch: Friday 25 September at 6:00pm
Official Speaker: Lord Major Clover Moore
Exhibition open from Monday 21 to Tuesday 29 September
Monday – Friday 9:30am to 5:30pm, Saturday 11:00am – 4:00pm
Come and help us celebrate the creative talents of the students who are part of the Pine Street community. The exhibition will featuring an inspiring display of beautiful artworks from the programs we have run throughout the year including ceramics, printmaking, silver jewellery, sculpture, painting, drawing, stencil art and more. We will also be demonstrating the amazing art of Raku firing in our outdoor kiln. Come and witness this extraordinary process where heat and fire produce results which cannot be predicted!
Annual Pine Street Outreach Exhibition
245 Wilson St (Cnr Codrington St), Eveleigh
Launch: Thursday 3 September at 3.30pm
Official Speaker: Deputy Lord Major Marcelle Hoff
Exhibition open from Wednesday 2 to Saturday 12 September
Monday – Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm, Saturday 9:00am – 1:00pm
This group exhibition will showcase an impressive range of 2D and 3D works created throughout the year by Pine Street’s Outreach program participants. Exhibiting groups include Bloke’s Business, The Bridge, CARITAS, Glebe House, Glebe Art Group, Guthrie House, House With No Steps, Northcott Ceramics, Northcott Painting & Drawing, Open Access Ceramics, Open Access Charcoal Drawing, Ozanam Learning Centre, Women & Families Affected by HIV
New Works : 2009 1 – 13 September 2009
Pine Street Gallery
Launch: Thursday 3rd September, 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Torrington’s latest exhibition explores the depth of loneliness & emptiness and its relation to inanimate objects. Combining her refined artistic sensibilities, powerful, razor-sharp fine art techniques and intensity of concept this exhibition is filled with a dark reluctance and a unique haunting grace.
“Memory is your image of perfection” – Barbara Kruger
Reminiscent of Beardsley’s inks, Torrington takes a measure of cult pop-horror and vamps it into a dark collection of special treasures.
Like looking in a long lost dead grandmas jewellery box and finding the bones of small birds, the intellectual warmth and depth of feeling of this show pushes you to question your belief in the closeness of material objects and your own personal distance to others. Our memories are defined by the collections of objects that make up our lives. These objects are so ingrained in the human psyche that they have become symbols of the domestic ideal.
Never before has a visual art opened so wide, such a fragile chasm.
Gallery Hours: Mon – Fri: 9.30am – 6.00pm. Saturday 11.00am – 4.00pm, Sunday: by appointment only, ph: 0409 229 890.
Image at left: chimera, ink on paper, 2009
2009 Sydney, City of Villages Exhibition and Prize
14 July – 3 August 2009
City of Sydney and Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, in partnership with JCDecaux, are proud to support local artists through presenting the 2009 Sydney, City of Villages Exhibition and Prize.
Australian artists working in the mediums of painting, printmaking, drawing and mixed media were invited to submit to Sydney, City of Villages.
The works by ten selected finalists have been reproduced as giant posters and are currently exhibited in JCDecaux street furniture sites (14 July – 10 August 2009) and in a gallery exhibition at Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, Chippendale (14 July – 3 August 2009).
Kevin McKay (pictured) was chosen as the winner of the $3000 first prize in this year’s Sydney, City of Villages. Kevin’s ‘Observations – Millers Point’ depicts a bird’s eye view of Sydney’s historical terraces and the bustling harbour beyond
Urban Compassion Art Exhibition
Presented by HOPESTREET – Urban Compassion, City of Sydney’s Pine Street Creative Arts Centre and Homelessness Unit in Association with Carriageworks
Exhibition Dates: 1 – 11 JULY 2009
Official Launch by Deputy Lord Mayor, Cr Marcelle Hoff
1 July at 10:00am
Carriageworks Foyer, 245 Wilson Street (Corner of Codrington Street), Eveleigh. This venue is wheelchair accessible
Red Roofs by Tania
Mattress on Floor by A.J.
Chalmers Street by Night by Steve
In response to Local Action Plan Community Requests, this exhibition of paintings and photographs by people who are homeless in the city reflect the urban reality and issues that affect many Sydney-siders living on our streets. The exhibition showcases paintings produced by participants in HopeStreet’s Woolloomooloo art program, with the photographic aspect being the result of a City of Sydney project entitled “Through Your Eyes”.
HopeStreet’s values of justice, compassion and hope are ever-present in the artworks.
To view the photo gallery and short documentary film about the photographic project, please go to: http://www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/galleries/ThroughYourEyes
To find out more about HOPESTREET – Urban Compassion, please go to: http://www.hopestreet.org.au/
Launch: 2 July 6pm
Pine Street Gallery, 1st Floor, 64 Pine Street Chippendale
Official Speaker: Sandra Williams, Sydney artist and printmaker who specialises in safer printmaking techniques, as does Pine Street Print Studio.
Join us in celebrating the talents of our printmaking students!
‘Three Faces of Eve’
Launch: Friday 19 June, 7:00pm – 8:45pm
Exhibition Dates: 19 – 29 June 2009
Pine Street Gallery, 1st Floor, 64 Pine Street Chippendale
This group exhibition explores the art expression of three women experiencing new and separate journeys. A Friend, Mother and Grandmother bring together varied works using a range of techniques and mediums. ‘Three Faces of Eve’ is a celebration of art and life.
City of Sydney’s Pine Street Creative Arts Centre,
in partnership with the City’s Waste Education Team and Community Gardens Unit present….
WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY 2009 Children’s Fine Art & Digital Art Competition & Exhibition
Green Transformers – Your Planet Needs You!’
DEADLINE EXTENSION FOR ALL ENTRIES!
All Individual and Schools entries are now due Wednesday 20 May!
Don’t miss out!! And everyone is welcome to the official launch on Friday 5 June, 3:30 – 4:30pm at Carriageworks (details below)
Pine Street Creative Arts Centre plans specific events and exhibitions each year which provide opportunities for children to participate in and display their valuable and unique creative expressions to a wider community audience. The major children’s event in the Pine Street calendar is the WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY Children’s Art Competition & Exhibition. Open to entries from children aged 5 – 12 years old, this nationwide, annual competition and exhibition encourages environmental awareness through the arts, with the aim of educating children and their families to integrate sustainable actions into their everyday lives. World Environment Day is not just about recognizing our environment but also about encouraging people to ‘think and do green’.
CarriageWorks will host the exhibition launch, with announcement of the competition winners on World Environment Day Friday 5 June, 3:30 – 4:30pm. Carriageworks Foyer, 245 Wilson Street (Corner of Codrington Street), Eveleigh. This venue is wheelchair accessible. Exhibition will run until Saturday 13 June.
Avoid, Reuse, Recycle… find out how at www.zerowaste.org.au
IDAHO The Exhibition for INTERNATIONAL DAY AGAINST HOMOPHOBIA
Launch: Saturday 16 May 2009
12pm – 3pm
Film by Inga Ting
TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
IDAHO The Exhibition is being held to raise awareness of homophiobia and to support members of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer and Questioning community. The exhibition also aims to increase awareness for International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHO) which is on Sunday the 17 May 2009.
The exhibition consists of artworks from local and international artists and a series of workshops leading up to the exhibition launch at Pine Street Creative Arts Centre on Saturday the 16 May 2009 12pm – 3pm. IDAHO The Exhibition will address issues relating to homophobic violence and encourage participants to speak out and develop new skills in a safe space, in a positive way.
In the lead up to the exhibition, workshops will be conducted in the Pine Street Gallery by Gay and Lesbian Counselling Service, Twenty 10 Gay and Lesbian Youth, Gay and Lesbian Choir and Keepsafe Self Defense Classes.
Living in Harmony Festival
19 March 2009 – 30 April
Youth in Harmony Photographic Exhibition Launch
Date: Wednesday, 22 April 2009
Time: 6:30pm for a 7pm start
Venue: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, 64 Pine Street, Chippendale
The Youth in Harmony Photographic Exhibition showcases artworks by youth from refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds participating in the Youth in Harmony Photographic Program. The Program provided a forum for youth to express themselves, promote dialogue on harmony and foster awareness, acceptance and greater inclusion by challenging stereotypes of refugee and asylum seeker youth.
Bookings/ Enquiries: Larisa Asimus on 9319 0288
YOUTH ART EXHIBITION: 25 March – 18 April
Opening: Wednesday 25 March 6 – 9pm
Gallery Hours: Mon – Fri: 9am – 6pm, Sat: 11 am – 4 pm Sun: Closed
The smARTarts exhibition showcases the best of our local emerging young artists. Come and meet the artists and pick up some affordable art! Join us for the opening night launch at Pine Street Gallery, Chippendale. All proceeds go to artists, no commissions charged.
Three outstanding young artists will each be awarded one of these great prizes:
1. Tom Bass Prize: Sculpture Scholarship
One artist will be awarded the Tom Bass Sculpture School Scholarship, being invited to attend a term of sculpture classes free of charge. This is a great opportunity to learn new skills & work in the lovely studios at the Tom Bass School in Erskineville.
2. At the Vanishing Point Prize: Commissioned artist for ATVP Courtyard Mural Project
One artist will be awarded the opportunity to paint one of ATVP’ 2 mural panels. Paint will be supplied. The panels are 1.8m x 3.6m and are situated in our courtyard space which is used for all our functions and openings. The panel project is supported by 567 King and a local spray paint distributor & will remain a feature for 3 months. All materials provided.
3. Vibewire Enterprise Hub Prize: One artist will win a month long exhibition at Vibewire Enterprise Hub in Ultimo. The winner will receive a 4 week solo exhibition in the month of August 2009.
4. $50 Voucher for Oxford Art Supplies – Courtesy of Pine Street Creative Arts Centre
Brendan Penzer – Director ATVP Gallery
Michelle Heldon – Tom Bass Sculpture School
Tamara Killick – Pine Street Creative Arts Centre Tutor
Christie Torrington, smARTarts festival director
Go to www.pinestreet.com.au/smartarts for more info.
When the World Said No to War Art Auction
Launch: Saturday 14 February 2009, 4:00 – 8:00pm, Art Auction: 5:00pm
Guest Speakers: Jake Lynch, Director of the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies at Sydney University, and a representative from the Australian Red Cross. Exhibition Dates: 13 – 23 February
This is a photographic exhibition and peace education forum inspired by the 35 million people who took to the streets in Febuary 2003 to protest the impending war in Iraq. Our elected leaders refused to listen and the war began. To date, more than one million people have died. This exhibition will feature photographs of the 2003 demonstrations, culminating in an art auction. Proceeds of the auction will go to the Australian Red Cross to help fund their ongoing work in Iraq, Sydney Stop the War Coalition and the International Trade Union Conference in Iraq.
As well as the art auction, there will also be live music, film screenings, a Gleebooks stall and refreshments.
Hailing from nearby Newtown, Nimeo is a four piece rock/swing sound combining vocals, guitar, saxaphone bass and drums. The sound is an upbeat, hi energy mix. Their influences draw from Van Morrison, The Doors, Ani Difranco, Tom Waits and Noir Desir.
Sydney based African-style drumming group girlz@play bring to you high-energy rhythms and funky toe-tapping groves. girlz@play members have been performing and drumming up smiles on the streets, festivals and music venues around Sydney and beyond for the past 15 years. www.myspace.com/girlzplay
A Chorus of Women came into being when 150 women filled the Australian Parliament with the song “Lament” on 18 March 2003, the day Australia’s intention to invade Iraq was announced.
To view the inspiring photographs go to: http://www.worldsaidno.org/nowar.htm
For more information go to: www.worldsaidno.org
Pine Street End of Year Students’ Exhibition
3 – 17 December 2008
Opening Night Friday 5 December 6:00 – 9:00pm
Join us for our end of year Students’ Exhibition and help us celebrate the creative talents of the people who make up the Pine Street community. An inspiring display of beautiful artworks from all the programs we have run throughout the year including ceramics, printmaking, silver Jewellery, sculpture, drawing, painting, stencil art and digital art. Enjoy the art, and maybe even select a unique Christmas gift for a loved one!
an exhibition of artists’ books
Official opening by noted printmaker, book artist and lecturer Dianne Fogwell. All welcome!
Exhibition dates: 20 – 30 November
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 10:00am – 5:00pm
This exhibition of 75 artworks includes a diversity of approaches – artists’ books, book objects, altered books and other book-related artforms. More than fifty artists have responded to the opportunity to freely apply a wide range of techniques from varied artistic backgrounds encompassing printmaking, papermaking, bookbinding, sculpture, installation, poetry, photography, ceramics and textiles.
“Through Your Eyes”
Homelessness Photo Exhibition
Exhibition Dates: 14 – 29 November
Customs House Library
31 Alfred Street, Circular Quay
Monday to Friday: 10am – 7pm
Saturday and Sunday: 11am – 4pm
This photographic exhibition is the end result of a joint project between the City of Sydney’s Homelessness section, Pine Street Creative Arts Centre and people who are homeless in the City. The theme was “what does where you live mean to you?” Participants captured photographic images that reflect what being homeless means to them.
Please click this link to view the photo gallery and short documentary film about the project.
Koori Art Expressions – The Apology: first stepsSydney Regional Students’ Art Exhibition 3 – 15 November Opening Tuesday 4 November 6.00pm to 7.30pmAboriginal Education is everybody’s business Participating schools Sydney Region Public Schools, Kindergarten to Year 12The Apology: first steps is a visual arts project which has given all students in the Sydney Region (Kindergarten to Year 12) the opportunity to express their understanding and appreciation of reconciliation following the National Apology by Prime Minister Rudd on 13 February 2008.This event marked a watershed in Aboriginal history in Australia and held deep significance for the Aboriginal community. The theme of this project captures the spirit of reconciliation and provides an appropriate stimulus for students from Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal backgrounds to reflect on what the apology means to them.The exhibition will be officially opened by Dr Phil Lambert, Director, Sydney Region, on Tuesday 4 November at 6pm.It is envisaged that Koori Art Expressions will be a recurring event in the Sydney Region calendar, reinforcing our commitment to educate all students about Aboriginal Australia and to showcase the talent of our students and the dedication of our teachers.Further information: Zea Vargas, Project Officer Sydney Region Zea.Vargas@det.nsw.edu.au 0438 267 837ST2K: Sydney Street Art Festival1 – 30 October ST2K began in Adelaide in 2003 and keeps getting better! This year’s going to go off with live artworks, art exhibition, self-made publications and music, wearable and decorative artworks, and loads of works from interstate and overseas artists!The exhibition will run from 1– 30 October and will operate as the hub of the festival for the month. Be part of the many live art events happening at Pine Street Creative Arts Centre celebrating Sydney’s stencil art, street art, zine’s, design & DIY. There will be many great opportunities to check out emerging artists and their DIY goodies!ST2K brings together the best of Sydney’s emerging street art culture. Events include ST2K exhibition launch, live art jam, workshops, stencil master class, a live zine day, street art market and more! Artists and the public are invited to participate in all live art events. Everyone is welcome!See Youth link at left for calendar of events and electronic application forms for participants. Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, Sliced Bread Attraction and Carriageworks PresentOutreach and “Fridaze” ExhibitionsWe are very pleased to announce that the Lord Mayor of Sydney, Clover Moore MP, will officially launch the exhibitions on Tuesday 14 October at 4:00pm. Launch Times: 3:30 – 5:30pmExhibition dates: Tuesday 14 to Saturday 18 October A satellite event at the Carriage Works, 245 Wilson Street (Corner of Codrington Street ), Eveleigh. This venue is wheelchair accessible.This exhibition is part of Bakehouse – an inclusive arts event. These joint exhibitions will display works produced over the last 12 months and will cover both 2D and 3D mediums, representing painting and drawing, printmaking, ceramics, mosaics and jewellery.The works in the Outreach Exhibition are created by people with mental and physical disabilities, people from non-English speaking backgrounds, people who are homeless, people recovering from addiction, and those leaving rehabilitation and correctional centres. Participants in the exhibition will be representing local communities and many of our partner organisations including: The Boarding House Project, The Bridge, CARITAS, Connections, House With No Steps, Hope Street, Open Access Ceramics, Northcott Art Group, Glebe House and Guthrie House.For more information go to:http://www.carriageworks.com.au/whats_onwww.slicedbreadattraction.org.auThe “Fridaze” Exhibition is a compilation of selected works by a collective of artists that meet weekly to create and explore new materials and processes, alongside tutors from Pine Street.This program is a partnership between Accessible Arts, the peak NSW body for Arts and Disability and Pine Street Creative Arts Centre. This program aims to strengthen and support the various and individual creative voices of artists with a disability.For more information go to: http://aarts.net.au/projects/studio-project/ PEEPSHOW: Chippendale… behind closed doorsSunday 19 OctoberAn interactive, urban safari that exposes the secrets behind closed doors of the creative industries, the communities and the people that inhabit the suburb of Chippendale.Pine Street is very excited to be collaborating with Queen Street Studios and Art & About this year.What is PEEPSHOW? Essentially its an “open day” for visitors to interact with the Chippendale community through guided tours, open studios, product sampling, events, parties, performances and other cultural activities. It aims to raise awareness of the creative goods and services available in Chippendale and to showcase Chippendale’s unique culture and people. Queen Street Studios are taking members of the public on chaperoned tours on an “open day”, where visitors will be able to interact with the Chippendale community through guided tours, open studios, product sampling, events, parties, performances and other cultural activities.As part of the tour, visitors will come to Pine Street to explore and enjoy our ST2K Street Art Festival, which promises to be one of the events of the year!For more information go to:www.artandabout.com.auhttp://www.queenstreetstudio.com/events.html APOLOGY DAY EXHIBITION – PART OF SYDNEY CHILDREN’S FESTIVALDates 29 September – 11 October 2008 Times 10am – 4pmPresented by Redfern Community Centre and CarriageWorks, 245 Wilson Street (Corner of Codrington Street ), Eveleigh. This venue is wheelchair accessible. Celebrating Reconciliation Week, this exhibition features photographs taken at Redfern Community Centre on National Apology Day, 13 February 2008. The young photographers, aged between 5 and 22, successfully captured the range of emotions expressed on the day when Prime Minister Rudd said sorry to the stolen generations of Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. This is an exhibition you should not miss. Pine Street Creative Arts Centre and Redfern Community Centre were the originating collaborators on this Exhibiton.For more information go to http://www.sydneychildrensfestival.com/ NSW PREMIER OPENS SYDNEY CHILDREN’S FESTIVAL & ‘WHY I LOVE NATURE’ CHILDREN’S ART EXHIBITION29 September – 11 October 2008, 10am – 4pm Sydney Children’s Festival was launched on Tuesday 16 September by the new NSW Premier and Arts Minister, Nathan Rees. Premier Rees joined a crowd of hundreds of children from local primary school St Mary’s Erskineville who previewed highlights of the festival, including an exhibition presented by Pine Street Creative Arts Centre. Featuring over 70 artworks made by children aged 5 – 12 years old, ‘Why I Love Nature’ is an art exhibition by children, for children. The original Pine Street exhibition coincided with World Environment Day earlier this year, the result of a nationwide art competition to encourage environmental awareness, with the aim of educating children and their families to integrate sustainable actions in their everyday lives. The artworks include mosaics, sculptures, mobiles, and a big model of a sustainable town made from recycled materials.For more information go to: http://www.sydneychildrensfestival.com/ Ebb and Flow – Annual Tutors ExhibitionOpening 6:00pm Fri 19 SeptExhibition dates: 19 – 27 September Come and celebrate Spring and witness the amazing talents of our panel of artists at our Annual Tutor’s Exhibition.2D and 3D works will be on display across the mediums of silver and beaded jewellery, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture, stencil art, painting and drawing. Pick up some stunning original artwork or jewellery for yourself or as a present! fontanelleart from the soft spotOpening 6:00pm Thursday 4 SeptemberExhibition dates 4 to 13 September This exhibition, by artist and Pine Street staff member Alexandra Sideris, is made up of recent works on paper and handcrafted jewellery. The work is a representational series of geographical abstractions using pastel, gouache, pen and graphite on paper and semi precious stones, leather and sterling silver to construct the jewellery. Motel (Inn)Eun-Jong Lee29 July – 30 August 2008 Inn is a space of ‘lodging industry’ and is a public place which offers service to people, who need resting. Also, the space of inn is characteristic of being transformed into private space for staying if people pay a hotel bill. Love motel, which becomes a common lodging facility in South Korea, is associated with the space of appealing to sex rather than the concept of old ‘inn‘. We accept thinking way about a space based on habit and recognition which are formed socially, so that we usually recognize the inn as extramarital space where most men and women have sexual intercourse like TV media and papers rather than the concept of staying and resting. My first experience in an inn was not for sex but for staying of several days in university days of early 1990s in order to prepare for gathering of criticizing and discussing social situation. Space sense, which could not feel in home and university, made me be strange and n ervous, and that I could not fall to get to sleep in the inn because of concern about that someone could open the door of my room remains in my memory.Rooms of the motel still play the role like memory of first love, longing toward people who broke up, laying down exhausting body, hideout for hiding after committing a crime and etc.Multicultural Art Competition and Exhibition18 June – 5 July 2008The Multicultural Art Competition is a City of Sydney initiative to showcase illustrative artworks that tell a story or encapsulates an impression of the City’s diversity and multiculturalism. Ten finalist works will be selected by a panel of judges comprised of arts industry professionals, community services professionals and representatives from Inner & Eastern Sydney Migrant Interagency. Finalists’ artworks will displayed at the official launch and exhibition, beginning 21 April 2008 at Customs House (until 15 May), then will travel to Town Hall House (22 May – 11 June), then to Pine Street Creative Arts Centre.Children’s World Environment Day Exhibition and Fine Art Competition3 – 13 June 2008A City of Sydney event, produced by the Community Living Unit, this year’s competition and exhibition theme is “Why I Love Nature”. Open to entries from children aged 5 – 12 years old, this nationwide competition encourages environmental awareness through the arts, with the aim of educating children and their families to integrate sustainable actions in their every lives. World Environment Day is not just about recognizing our ‘green environment’ but also about encouraging people to ‘think and do green’.Reconciliation Week/National Apology Day Photo Exhibition23 – 31 May 2008Celebrating Reconciliation Week, this exhibition features photographs taken at Redfern Community Centre on National Apology Day, 13 February 2008. The young photographers, aged between 5 and 22, successfully captured the range of emotions expressed on the day. This is an exhibition you should not miss. _______________________________________________________________________ Nerd, Words and other Disasters – Stencil Art Exhibition8 May – 18 MayChris Tamm curates a collection of works by street, zine and other feral artists from several states for this showcase of DIY. Come see the cream of Australian counter culture. The collection will feature 2D and sculptural works and include zines, stickers, postcards and other lo-fi nick nacks for sale.________________________________________________________________________ ”Through Your Eyes” Exhibition Opening Night: Thursday 24 April 6pmExhibition Dates: Thursday 24 April – Saturday 3 May1st floor, 64 Pine Street ChippendaleThis photographic exhibition is the end result of a joint project between the City of Sydney’s Homelessness section, Pine Street Creative Arts Centre and people who are homeless in the City. The theme was “What does where you live mean to you?” Participants captured photographic images that reflect what being homeless means to them. A selection of the photographs are featured in this exhibition as well as a powerful short documentary film about the project.Please click this link to view the photo gallery and short documentary film about the project.http://www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/galleries/ThroughYourEyes ________________________________________________________________________ The Matryoshka Principle Friday 14 March until 19 March 2008.The Matryoshka Principle will bring together ten local visual artists and ten sets of blank matryoshka dolls. A Matryoshka doll or a Russian nested doll (also called a stacking doll or Babushka doll) is a set of dolls of decreasing sizes placed one inside another.Matryoshkas are also used metaphorically, as a design paradigm, known as the ‘matryoshka principle’ or ‘nested doll principle’. It denotes a recognisable relationship of “similar object-within-similar object” that appears in the design of many other natural and man made objects.As a basis and as a starting point for their work, artists will take inspiration from the historical, cultural and metaphorical content of the artefacts, and then develop their Matryoshka sets into personal responses. Artists are encouraged to be creatively innovative, with the only parameters being the doll as canvas.The artists participating are: Catherine Bourne, Nick Pensa, Rehgan de Mather, Christina Chang, Darran McCrann, Victoria Lee, Celeste Potter, Ben Morley, Matt Stanton, Maria-Luisa Marino. The exhibiting artists come from a variety of backgrounds, employ a diverse range of styles, materials and approaches to concepts in their creative work.Curator: Catherine Bourne: 0411 088 853________________________________________________________________________ New Works by Sandro Nocentini20th February until 1st March 2008.Sandro Nocentini’s first solo exhibition in Sydney since being awarded the Sulman Prize in 2005 is going to showcase his most recent works. Prolific in painting as well as sculpture, Nocentini uses the human figure in expressions of silent storytelling. “I find body-language to be more powerful and subconsciously more effective than any words…” he says.Accompanying his personal search for a spiritual truth, many of his stories have roots in biblical traditions, but stripped of obvious religious connotations, these are re-narrated for a contemporary audience. An Exhibition of Works for the EnvironmentJanuary 8th – January 29th, 2008Presented by Komunitas TUK (Salatiga, Indonesia) as part of Gang Festival 08Komunitas TUK – Tanam Untuk Kehidupan (meaning ‘Planting for Life’) is an Indonesian artist collective based in Salatiga, Central Java that raises awareness in the local community via art and creative practice. TUK runs workshops, a reforestation program, an eco-neighbourhood program that encourages waste separation and compost making, and an annual sustainable art and music festival called Festival Mata Air.This exhibition celebrates the creativity that has evolved from the collaborations of TUK with the local community and other artists and environmental groups in the region. All works are donated 2007 Stencil Festival 16 – 28 October 2007 Touring street art from around the globe at Pine Street Creative Arts Centre Gallery Stencil, spray enamel on metal. Terry Hicks by JaminStencil Festival is back! The 2007 Sydney Stencil Festival Exhibition will be held at Pine Street Creative Arts Centre and Gallery between 16 – 28 October. Following the amazing success of the 2006 festival, there will be fantastic free workshops and festival activities in the second week of the exhibition.www.stencilfestival.com for more information. Shutterbugs – Photographic Exhibition An exhibition of photographs taken by older people who have been homeless. Exhibition Dates: 13 -24 August 2007Opening Launch: Tuesday 14th August 2007 at 11amIn 2007 a grant was allocated to the Mercy Arms, a non-government organisation in Waterloo, Sydney to undertake a photographic project with older people who had had the experience of being homeless. The participants were given an analogue disposable camera and asked to take photographs of people, places and things they encountered in their day-to-day lives.For some participants it was the first time they had taken a photograph. Some did not have photographs in their homes, while others said it made them look at their surroundings with different eyes. One participant said she couldn’t believe that something she had done was important enough to be seen in a public space.Participating photographers:
- Lillian BLADES
- Roslyn CARROLL
- Junyu CHAN
- Carol HOSLER
- Barbara RODDENBY
- Ian RUSSELL
- Bill RYAN
- Sharney RYAN
The exhibition curator is Ruth MELVILLE with the assistance of Afrika NUGESE. The Sydney, City of Villages Art Exhibition and Prize Exhibition Dates: 17 July – 3 August 2007The City of Sydney and Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, in partnership with JCDecaux, are proud to support local artists through presenting the second Sydney, City of Villages Art Exhibition and Prize.All Australian artists working in the mediums of painting, printmaking and drawing were invited to submit to Sydney, City of Villages. Artworks by ten finalists will be exhibited as giant posters on JCDecaux Street Furniture Sites (17 July– 30 July) and in a gallery exhibition at Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, Chippendale (17 July – 3 August).The Sydney, City of Villages Prize of $3,000 will be awarded for the work judged most outstanding by the panel of judges, comprised of Jackie Menzies (Head Curator of Asian Art, Art Gallery of New South Wales) and distinguished Sydney artists, Wendy Sharpe and Ben Quilty. The winner will be announced at the Exhibition Launch on Tuesday 17 July at Pine Street Creative Arts Centre.Selected Artists:
- Rebecca Baird (one of Pine Street’s tutors – her work ‘Our Bridge 75th Anniversary’ is pictured above)
- Donna Campbell
- Jessica Geron
- Ming Gu
- Camilla Lawson
- Julia Lesiuk Sawicki
- Jennie Pry
- Candice Reid-Latimer
- Virginia Settre
- Packiam Sivabaghasundaram
JCDecaux Street Furniture Exhibition17 July – 30 JulyLocations throughout the City of Sydney.More InformationTina Kao Tel: 02 9265 9917 Email: email@example.com NESHAN: Australian International Exhibition of the Badge, the Logo and Coat of Arms
Exhibition Dates: Tuesday 5 June – Friday 8 JuneNeshan—‘the badge’ in Persian—is a multimedia multicultural exhibition exploring social and political history through images and badges displayed on coats together with personal accounts.Ardeshir Gholipour invites you to create a badge or logo, or supply an existing one to express your views on an issue close to your heart. Write a short statement describing the motivation behind the badge/logo/coat of arms.Entries to be supplied by 25 May 2007. For more information please contact Ardeshir Gholipour firstname.lastname@example.org P.O. Box 573, Civic Square, ACT 2608.“The badges look stunning and are clustered like jewels that read as a social history of our times… It is a wonderful and illuminating idea.” Yass Tribune.“The 200 or so gathered, like me, all seemed to be struck and awed by the sense of occasion. This was an event and place that none of us was going to forget in a hurry…Most badges are about political protest – a way for the community to express the anti-establishment feelings of the maker and the wearer.” Canberra Times Supported by: The Sydney Writers’ Festival, Thomas Keneally, Peter Symon, Ian Rintoul, Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, Rosie Scott, Pamela Hewitt, Mark Goudkamp As Hot As It Gets! Annual Pine Street Tutor’s Exhibition Exhibition Dates: Tuesday 12 June – Saturday 23 JunePlease join us at the opening of our annual Tutor’s exhibition, which celebrates the artistic community and the creativity and skills of the artisits working at the Centre. Works by: Rebecca Baird, Jane Bowring, Jane Caveney, Anne Coroneos, Peter Dwyer, Kath Ellis, Tina Kao, Lukasz Lasota, Leonard Matkevich, Chris Matos, Tamara Killick, Sandro Nocentini, Bess O’Malley, Vanessa Owens, Phil Relf, Chris Retallack, Alexandra Sideris, Wayne Stamp, Christie Torrington, Jason Wing smARTarts Festival – ‘FUEL your creative Fire’ Youth Art ExhibitionExhibition Dates: 10th April – 26th April 2007smARTarts Festival is held annually as part of Youth Week to celebrate young local talent in the arts. This year smARTarts is all about starting the spark – Pine Street is providing a platform for some of Sydney’s most exciting young artists in order to ’Fuel their creative fire’.The smARTarts ‘FUEL your creative Fire’ Youth Art Exhibition showcases young artists aged 18 – 27 years. With many different mediums on show including Painting, Photography, Print Media, Mixed Media & even Skateboard Art - this year is set to be an exciting year for all involved.The smARTarts Exhibition assists emerging artists by providing them with valuable exposure as well as assisting them on a professional basis by networking with galleries and retailers. Come along to smARTarts Festival on 21st April 2007 and support our young local artists.For more information go to: www.smartarts.org.au Samantha Lord – D I V E R S I T Y Exhibition dates: Wed 21st – Sat 31stAll welcome to Samantha’s exhibition this March! Due to popular demand Samantha and team would like to show you more of her work from her diverse range of Paintings.Website: www.samanthalord.com.au ”The New” – A Blend of Raw TalentAn exciting group of talented photographers have banded together to exhibit their most recent works at the Pine Street Gallery in January 2007. Drawn together by the renowned Photoimaging course at Ultimo TAFE, their work presents a diverse and stimulating glance into the creativity of careers at their conception.For many participants, this will be their first exhibition and for the viewer, a window on the vision of future leaders in the photography world. Unencumbered by the commerical imperative, the images on display are unrestricted in their scope and style. The collection encompasses a refreshing variety of thought provoking and emotive works.Consisting of thirteen graduates from the course, this exhibition spans a wide gamut of subject matter, reflecting on our society and environment in a fascinating manner. This is a must see for those who still believe in the power of the still image.For further information or images please contact John Michelis on 0402 504 901.Opening Night: Friday 5 January 2007 at 6:30pmExhibition will run until Wednesday 18 January 2007. Ancestry Ancestry is a collection of work by the indigenous Women Artists from the ‘Connections’ Aboriginal Women’s Art Therapy Group. Formed in 2002, the group aims to take the women back to thier traditional and spiritual roots through the art making process.Incorporating Art Connections: Over six weeks in April and May 2006, seventeen women artists from the Warringah Printmakers Studio and ‘Connections’ worked collaboratively to ‘make connections’ and artworks to promote and celebrate Reconcilliation. The process of making art together and sharing diverse stories and experience has enriched and inspired all artists involved.Exhibition dates: 17 – 25 August 2006 Exhibition – Gang Festival
Brief: Indonesian / Australia Creative Exchange 2006
Artist/s name: Various
Dates: 12 January – 21 January 2006
Opening: 12 January, 6pm
Media Release: www.gangfestival.com
Exhibition – Pine Street Students Exhibition 2005
Brief: 2005 Student Works
Artist/s name: Various
Dates: 13 -15 December 2005 Contact: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre Media Release: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre Tel: 9245 1503 email@example.com Exhibition – Samantha Lord Brief: 2005 Rendition Exhibition Artist/s name : Samantha Lord Dates: 30 November – 9 December 2005 Contact: Samantha Lord Media Release: firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.samanthalord.com.au Exhibition – A Positive View Brief: Images of HIV and AIDS in South Africa A peer educator with Oxfam Australia’s partner, Targeted AIDS Interventions, celebrates a team mate’s goal. Targeted AIDS Interventions uses soccer teams to communicate with young men about HIV and AIDS and safer sex. Matthew Willman/OxfamAUS Artist/s name : Oxfam Australia Dates: 1 December – 9 December 2005 Contact: email@example.com Media Release: For more information call Oxfam Australia on www.oxfam.org.au/hiv (03) 9289 9340 Exhibition – Textura Brief: Contempoary & Traditional Weaving Artist/s name : Graeme Endean Dates: 2 November – 12 November Contact: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre – 02 9319 5488 Media Release: Exhibition – Childrens Week Brief: Multi medium Artist/s name : Various Dates: 19 October – 29 October Contact: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre – 02 9319 5488 Media Release: Please contact Pine Street Exhibition – Stranger Danger Brief: Drawings Artist/s name : Matt Boag Dates: 16 September – 1 October Contact: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre 9319-5488 Media Release: firstname.lastname@example.org Exhibition – Sydney Body Art Ride 2005 Brief: Photography . Artist/s name : Sydney Body Art Ride, Various Photographers Dates: 15 September – 10 October Contact: 02 9319 5488 Media Release: www.sydneybodyartride.org Exhibition – Tutors’s Exhibition Brief: Multi Medium Artist/s name : Tutors from Pine Street Dates: 6 to 15 July Contact: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre 9319-5488 Media Release: Please contact Pine Street Exhibition – Glebe Art Group Brief: Multi medium Artist/s name : Various Dates: 20th June 2005 to 2nd July 2005 Contact: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre – 9319 5488 Media Release: Please contact Pine Street Exhibition – Interrogations Brief: Paintings themed ‘Interrogations’ Artist/s name : John O’Driscoll Dates: 16 May 2005 to 28th May 2005 Contact: John O’Driscoll Media Release: Please contact Pine Street Exhibition – The Day The World Said No to War… Brief: International images from Anti-War rallies
Photo by Patrick Boland Artist/s name : Various Dates: 2nd Feb 2005 to 12th Feb 2005 Contact: Karen Adler – email@example.com Media Release: Exhibition – Mardi Gras Retrospective Brief: Various artworks from past Mardi Gras
Gay Lib Photo Artist/s name : Various Dates: 16th Feb 2005 to 19th Mar 2005 Contact: Robert Thompson – firstname.lastname@example.org Media Release: Exhibition – Aboriginal Womens’ Art Group Brief: Paintings by Aborignal Women Artist/s name : Various Dates: 23rd of Mar 2005 to 31st Mar 2005 Contact: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre – 9319 5488 Media Release: End of Year Students Exhibition 2004 Brief: Mixed Media by Students at Pine Street Creative Arts Centre Artist/s name : Various Dates: Tuesday 14 December 2004 – Friday 17 December 2004 Contact: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre 02 9319 5488 Media Release: Download PDF 123kb Deaf Music Brief: Drawings and sound installation inspired by responses to music by deaf people. Artist/s name : Matt Boug Dates: Saturday 4 December 2004 – Friday 10 December 2004 Contact: Matt Boug 0421 152 238 email@example.com Media Release: Download PDF 338kb Retrospective by Samantha Lord Brief: Retrospective of oil paintings by Samantha Lord Artist/s name : Samantha Lord Dates: Wednesday 24November 2004 – Tuesday 30 November 2004 Contact: Samantha Lord +61 2 9318 0238 Media Release: Download PDF 224kb www. Website: www.contemporary-artworks.com Positive Feelings Brief: Digital photographic prints and ceramic pieces by HIV positive artists at Pine Street Creative Arts Centre Artist/s name : Various Dates: Friday 12 November 2004 – Tuesday 16 November 2004 Contact: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre 02 9319 5488 firstname.lastname@example.org Media Release: Not available Pictures of Paddo Brief: Oil Paintings of Paddington by John O’Driscoll Artist/s name : John O’Driscoll Dates: Monday 9 August 2004 – Wednesday 18 August 2004 Contact: John O’Driscoll Media Release: Download PDF 14kb Colour Encounters Brief: Paintings by the Art Group at King George V Centre Artist/s name : Various Dates: Wednesday 14 July 2004 – Wednesday 21 July 2004 Opening: Wednesday 14 July 2004, 6pm- 9pm Contact: Jan Leach, King George V Centre, The Rocks 02 9660 3847 Media Release: Not available Tutor’s Exhibition Brief: Mixed by Media tutors at Pine Street Creative Arts Centre Artist/s name : Various Dates: Wednesday 25 June 2004 – Saturday 9 July 2004 Contact: Pine Street Creative Arts Centre 02 9319 5488 Media Release: Download PDF 20kb Future Primitives Brief: Paintings about survival versus extinction Artist/s name : Andrew Whetham, Dorota Bona, Andrew Schwarze Dates: Wednesday 2 June 2004 – Saturday 10 June 2004 Contact: Andrew Whetham T: 02 9310 5474 Mob: 0415 472 913 Media Release: Enter text link 31kb Strength, Dignity & Spirit Brief: Photos and textiles from East Timor Artist/s name : Jon Lewis / Various Timor Leste Artists Dates: Friday 21 May 2004 – Friday 28 May 2004 Contact: Kate Spencer T: 02 9642 0558 E: email@example.com Media Release: Download PDF 42kb X4sight Brief: Lomo photos by local young people & advertising agencies Artist/s name : Various Dates: Friday 7 May 2004 – Wednesday 19 May 2004 Contact: Jamie Ling Media Release: Download PDF 24kb For further information about past exhibitions, contact us.