The LOCO Project is an initiative that exhibits local artists while creating networks for collaboration between artists and supporters. The latest LOCO will take place in Glebe, showcasing artists from the inner city and Inner West in association with the Glebe Street Fair this November and December.
Exhibited works will include paintings, photography, collages and digital...
Two solo art exhibitions will be held in a Sydney car park by Alaska Projects at the end of the month.
Adam John Cullen's exhibition Burnout will feature objects associated with car parks - namely "ice-cream, empty handbags, butts, blowjobs, scrapes, paint flecks, dividers, guides, markers, anxiety, triumph, passage and dead ends".
Young award-winning artist Clara Adolphs is launching her exhibition Thursday this November.
Adolphs is only in her 20s, yet has already been a finalist in multiple national art awards including the Moran Prize, the Mosman Art Prize, the Portia Geach Memorial Award and the Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship.
Sculpture In The Vineyards, now in its 13th year, is back this October, bringing the perfect mix of wine and sculpture to the Hunter Valley for all art-lovers allike.
Sculpture In The Vineyards is completely free and held on the Wollombi Valley Wine Trail in the Lower Hunter Valley Region. The festival features over 100 international and domestic artists and is held over four...
World-renowned French choreographer Xavier Le Roy's newest project Temporary Title, 2015 will premiere at Eveleigh's Carriageworks this November.
In collaboration with Hong Kong-based choreographer and dancer Scarlet Yu and 18 Australian performers, dancer, performance artist and former molecular biologist Le Roy unveils his latest work to Sydney audiences.
His arcane powers (presumably acquired from forbidden books bound in human flesh) are the stuff of legend, even if few – or any – would agree with my assessment of his magic. Some might even suggest he isn’t magical at all; that in fact, the world of photography doesn’t involve small demons trapped inside torture boxes but are instead...
World renowned American artist Matt Mullican is bringing his original performance under hypnosis to Sydney audiences.
Since the '70s, Mullican has used his brand of visual arts to investigate the human relationship with the world of images, questioning how we establish meaning and how symbols serve as representations of identity.
I was looking for something to pass the time on a flight; I had the bag and some kids’ pencils, and started doodling. I thought ‘Fully Sick’ would be an appropriate name for it. From then, every time I took a flight I would draw on...
Since 2002, the Art & About festival has engaged Sydneysiders and visitors alike with its diverse and eclectic range of art stuffed into every nook and cranny of the city. Like a smaller, less tourist-guzzling version of Vivid, it splashes a blend of performance, music, installation art and exhibitions across the CBD for the whole of September.
Rainbow-coloured candy, Minnie Mouse ears and Lolita sunglasses – they’re hardly the images one would expect to find coming from a former student of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. But Justyna Kisielewicz is no ordinary European artist, and this princess of pop culture is about to prove to Sydney just how rebellious the colour pink can be via her latest body of work, Growing Up Is...
Have you ever seen four Mini Coopers wrapped in artworks? This is just one surprising thing you’ll find if you head to The Other Art Fair this month. The BRAG speaks to co-directors Emilya Colliver and Zoe Paulsen about bringing this artist-led fair from the UK to Sydney for the first time, and the extensive four-day program that’s planned.
Barry Keldoulis is an uncommonly busy man. When we speak, he is almost out of breath, having been run off his feet sourcing panel speakers for the 2015 iteration of Sydney Contemporary, the international art fair.
Regardless, he is gracious in both his time and his answers, and impresses with his almost encyclopaedic memory for the names of all involved.
YouTube sensation Natalie Tran and former triple j Breakfast host and comedian Tom Ballard are among the talent featuring at this year's This is Not Art Festival.
A multidisciplinary festival of many guises, TiNA is currently comprised of The National Young Writers Festival, Crack Theatre Festival and Critical Animals. Between them, these three factions have put together a...
Newtown's Archive Space will be shutting its doors for good, but aims to go out with a bang.
Airway curated by Francesca Heinz and Tomorrow Things by Connie Anthes will mark the passing of yet another vibrant artist-run space in Sydney. These will be the last two shows in a series of 58 spanning more than two years.
Here to give you your fix of bimonthly girl power, The Ladies Exhibition brings female artists together to show off their skills.
It started as a way to create a community where female artists could be supportive and feel supported, and has turned into something much bigger. The bimonthly exhibitions are organised entirely by women for women, generating an inclusive bubble for...
The Inner West is getting all painted up again with Perfect Match, a council project that pairs artists with buildings.
Marrickville Council has called on local and internationally renowned artists alike to buddy up with property owners, transforming some of the Inner West's public spaces into grand-scale artworks. The two days of events will involve public celebrations,...
An exhibition from the Victoria and Albert Museum in London is coming to Sydney, showcasing the work of influential 19th century photographer Julia Margaret Cameron.
Cameron is known for her portraits that captured the likes of Alfred Lord Tennyson, Charles Darwin, Sir John Herschel, and Virginia Woolf's mother Julia Jackson, who was also Cameron's niece. Her style embraced...
Over 75 artists, including two artist collectives, are uniting for the inaugural Sydney edition of The Other Art Fair.
Branching off from the UK's original event, Sydney's first ever artist-led fair will see a milieu of mediums, spanning installation, sculpture, mixed media, printmaking, painting, video works and photography.