Three Exhibitions Opening Soon
Friday 10 April, 6.00 – 8.00pm
AirSpace Projects will be closed for the first week of April as a result of the Easter break and will be reopening on Friday 10 April with three exciting exhibitions:
A New Feminine? curated by Rafaela Pandolfini
bird of doom, works by Ciaran Begley
Moments, presented by Astute Art Investments International
Please see upcoming exhibitions for more details.
Image Above: Rafaela Pandolfini. Chux. Image design by Mitch Brown.
Extinct Extant is open for MOST
Marrickville Open Studio Trail
Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 March, 11.00–5.00
See works by Sarah Eddowes, Nicole Ellis, Hayden Fowler, Shalini Jardin, Fleur MacDonald, Raquel Ormella, Lynne Roberts-Goodwin, Sarah Newall, Ajay Sharma and Vivian White.
A Blessing of Pets and Plants by the Order of Perpetual Indulgence
Sunday 29 March from 11.00 to 12.00
Bring your favourite furry, scaly, slimy or photosynthesising friends along and meet Mother Cardio Pulmonary Resusitation II and her novices
10 Junction Street Marrickville
Top Image: Hayden Fowler, New World Order, 2013. Video Still. Image courtesy of the artist
Sunday 22 March, 2.00-4.00pm
Are you a practising artist wanting a space to reflect on your work with others?
This two-hour salon offers practising artists – in any medium – a friendly space for discussion about their works-in-progress. At each salon, artists have the opportunity to speak about their work and to gain insights and feedback from other artists. The intention is to create an open space for dialogue and critique, to support artists in the development of existing and new directions.
The salon will be led by Kaye Shumack, who has over twenty years teaching experience in art and design.
Normally the salons will take place on the last Sunday of every month 2-4 pm at Airspace Projects, with no more than 12 participants at each session (the first salon, however, will take place on Sunday March 22). A $10 fee for use of the space will be collected on the day from each participant.
The Premier Salon
Sunday 22 March 2.00-4.00pm
Be a part of it!
The first salon will be fairly informal. If you can, bring a work-in-progress, some thoughts about it, and also some examples of your previous work (digital or hard copy is fine). If you feel like it, bring an image of work by another artist who inspires you in some way.
This will give us some options for discussion.
The plan is to provide some really helpful and positive feedback for everyone, regardless of medium. And have an enjoyable afternoon!
To book a place in the first salon on Sunday March 22, email firstname.lastname@example.org