Anita Larkin | Meroogal Womens Art Prize 2016

24 September 2016 to 28 January 2017 Meroogal House, Corner West and Worrigee Streets, Nowra http://sydneylivingmuseums.com.au/2016/03/08/meroogal-womens-art-prize-back-2016 Meroogal is a ‘Carpenter Gothic’ style house in Nowra that was home to four generations of women. It is now a museum. Artists have been invited to create works that respond to the house, the garden or the collection of objectsContinue reading “Anita Larkin | Meroogal Womens Art Prize 2016”

Public Art Commissions

Shellharbour City Council are currently calling for expressions of interest from artists who wish to undertake a public art commission for the Lake Illawarra Art Trail. There will be two commissions this year, each with different aims. In Boonerah Point we are looking for a playable sculpture to be installed near to existing play equipment.Continue reading “Public Art Commissions”

Tree Cycle

Together, Leon & Ginny Sadubin, have curated Treecycle 2016 for the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney. It opened with a silent Auction on Thursday night and continues till the 21st August in the Moore Room and Palm House. The exhibition showcases fantastic craft skills of 45 different artists who have utilised the timber from more thanContinue reading “Tree Cycle”

Kiama Art Workshops

Please see our list of upcoming workshops.  Learn a new skill or be organised and make a hand made gift for Christmas . . . . (I know it is a little early) Feel free to email me on info@kiamaartworkshops.com.au or check our website http://www.kiamaartworkshops.com.au for further details.  Be sure to get in early asContinue reading “Kiama Art Workshops”

Making Waves | Unveiling

The powerful oceans waves, dark sky, wind and rain made the perfect back drop for this mornings unveiling of the Bert Flugelman sculpture Making Waves at Storm Bay, Kiama. Formally unveiled by Mayor Cr Brian Petschler and Bert Flugelman’s daughter Kay, the ceremony was also attended by Bert Flugelman’s wife Rosemary and fellow artist IanContinue reading “Making Waves | Unveiling”

Sculptures at Killalea

Shellharbour City Council are very excited to be sponsoring a new event for Shellharbour – Sculptures at Killalea! Check out the info below supplied by the organisers and get in touch to be involved. There are also opportunities for artists who don’t work in a sculptural medium at the Artist Alley market or other installationsContinue reading “Sculptures at Killalea”

Where’s Wally?

Ok so here’s a game of Where’s Wally but we’re going to call it Where’s Fluges? Our much beloved sculpture by Bert Flugelman, Making Waves is currently getting laid, I mean the concrete is getting laid, no I mean poured… oh dear, I think I’m a bit over excited… Any whoo, stuff’s happening, so here’sContinue reading “Where’s Wally?”

Art Prize | City of Ryde

The City of Ryde proudly presents the sixth annual Women’s Art Prize. Artists and members of the community are invited to apply for the prize and exhibition with artworks that respond to any themes surrounding women. The exhibition is open to artists of either gender from across Australia.  The exhibition seeks works in all disciplines,Continue reading “Art Prize | City of Ryde”

Rookwood Cemetery Sculpture Walk

2016 EXHIBITION 23 September – 23 October 2016 CALL FOR ARTISTS OPEN NOW UNTIL 18 April 2016 HIDDEN is an outdoor sculpture exhibition that provides artists with the opportunity to showcase their work in Australia’s most historic and culturally significant cemetery. Rookwood Cemetery is interested in exhibiting works that respond to the themes surrounding theContinue reading “Rookwood Cemetery Sculpture Walk”