Get Curvy tonight (03.04.08)

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CURVY has been kicking up a creative storm since 2004 and with the fifth edition about to launch, CURVY remains an international favourite amongst lovers of art and supporters of female artists. Each year the book features 100 of the most exciting female graphic designers and illustrators from over 35 countries around the world! 

Featuring:

Maria Vittoria Benatti-Italy / Kukula-Israel / Kat Von D-USA / Fontaine Anderson-AU / Eleanor Yap-AU / Amy Sol-USA / Susan Belle-USA / Courtney Brims-AU / Betsy Walton-USA / Kelly Smith-AU / Arlene Rieneke-Singapore / Kareena Zerefos-AU / Evi O-AU / Irana Douer-Argentina / Rebecca Orszag-AU / Miné Jonker – South Africa / Eleanor Yap-AU / Fontaine Anderson-AU

Plus one off sketchels by: Alice Chan-HK / Alexis Mackenzie-US / Nadia Hunt-NZ / Fumi Nakamura-US / Sandra Whitman-US / Siloette-US / Nohemi Dicuru-Venezuela / Karen Ingram-US / Kate Sutton-UK / Anneli Olander-Sweden / Adrienne Benitez-US / Snaggs-US / Smitten by Stephanie-AU / Aya Kakeda-US / Mademoiselle Bulle-France / Elena Gallen-Barcelona / Liz Lorini-US / Kika-Switzerland / Mimi-AU / Xxzilla-AU + MORE TBC.

Sydney Details:
Mori Gallery 168 Day Street Sydney
Launch: Thursday April 3rd 8-11pm

Caught Short

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The Caught Short Film Festival screens on the first Thursday of each month at the TAP Gallery, Darlinghurst.

Caught Short is not a competition! It is a supportive space where film makers can screen their work and be involved in valuable discussion with an audience and other filmmakers.The Caught Short screenings are intimate and inclusive. The TAP Gallery is a community arts space and provides the perfect place for film makers to become accustomed to public screenings, whilst providing the opportunity to network with other artists, filmmakers, actors, festival organisers and many more. 

www.filmcaughtshort.com

FREE CONTEMPORARY ART TOUR

John Olsen - Five Bells
 
John Olsen Five bells 1963 © John Olsen 

Get to know your collection

Love contemporary art, but want to know what it all means?  Join guides for an informative tour of the Art Gallery’s Contemporary Collection. After the tour join Contempo for a glass of wine in the Members’ Lounge.

NEXT DATE: WEDNESDAY 30 APRIL, 2008
7.15PM – 8.15PM | FREE ADMISSION
MEET IN THE MEMBERS’ LOUNGE | LOWER LEVEL 3

Future dates:
– Wednesday 28 May
– Wednesday 25 June
– Wednesday 30 July
– Wednesday 27 August

www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au

http://www.contempo.org.au/events.asp?id=299

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Platform 1 – starts tonight (28.03.08)

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CARRIAGE WORKS, 245 WILSON ST, EVELEIGH

Art Est – creative support

 So you want to get better at art, producing some paintings or stencils but are stuggling? Have a look at this group…

www.artest.com.au 

Art Est. Art School
Studio 4
67-69 Lords Road
Leichhardt NSW 2040
T: 9564 1519

Blind Photography – a day in the life

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Their blurb… 

United Way Sydney is currently coordinating an initiative called ‘Local Eyes’ – an event that celebrates expressions of our community through a different lens.

This is a photographic exhibition with a difference: 45 individuals supported by our community partners have been given training, a digital camera, and paired up with a volunteer mentor, to take photos of the Sydney they live in. The photographs will be featured in a free public exhibition at Customs house from 26 – 29 March. Please drop in and pay us a visit, the opening hours are listed below

  • Friday – 9am to 8pm
  • Saturday – 10am to 4pm

United Way Local Eyes Website

In addition we are pleased to announce that our Local Eyes website is now live! This site provides an interactive location to view some of the photos taken by our 40 participants and to learn more about them and the community organisations that support them.

A key feature of the site is our Voting and Feedback sections where we would like to encourage you to show your support by voting for the ‘People’s Encouragement Award’ (to be announced mid-May). You can also leave messages of support for the photographers. It’s a great tool for everyone to engage with their local community – and receiving feedback will mean a lot to the participants. Please visit www.localeyessydney.com.au and pass this link along so others can get involved!

Pecha Kucha – creative things from creative people

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Creative People talking about creative things. An extremely interesting evening with a switched on crowd. Definitely worth attending the next one in 2 months time. Also, if you get the chance check out the Commercial Travellers Association. There is carpet on the walls. Love it.

http://www.pecha-kucha.org/cities/sydney

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