Wednesday, 27 October 2010

Summer holiday hours

Summer opening hours 2010/2011

Mon 8 Nov – Fri 3 Dec 10.00—4.00
(Note: Fri 12 Nov 10 – 1pm only)

Mon 6 Dec – Fri 7 Jan CLOSED

Mon 10 Jan – Fri 14 Jan (Summer School) 9.30—4.30

Mon 17 Jan – Fri 25 Feb 10.00—4.00

This is a guide only – we may be closed at other times. Please call us to check we’re open before you come in. T: 9339 8620

Monday, 18 October 2010

Library Stairwell Gallery

Just a reminder that applications for exhibitions in the Library Stairwell Gallery in 2010 are closing this Thursday 21 October.

Hand your applications in at the Library front desk!

Thursday, 14 October 2010

New directors being sought for Firstdraft – Australia’s longest running ARI

Are you keen to get involved in the emerging arts scene by volunteering time, energy and headspace to developing Firstdraft’s 2011 and 2012 program?

Firstdraft is a non-profit gallery run on a voluntary basis by a group of practising artists and curators. It is one of the longest running artist-run spaces in Australia. Firstdraft asserts the importance of contemporary art production, dissemination and discussion in society, providing a stimulating exhibition space that is professional and accessible for a diverse range of artistic practices and projects.

Directors are appointed to the board of Firstdraft on a voluntary term of two years directorship.

Applications close: Friday, 5 November 2010
Salary: Volunteer
Further information:

Tuesday, 12 October 2010

More NAS Ball photos

More photos from the NAS Ball 2010 can be seen here!

Water Cultures Public Art Competition

A NATIONAL competition will be held to design a centrepiece artwork for The Lake district at The Ponds.

The Water Cultures public art will act as a showcase for the area’s environmental work, responding to the Lake, its engineering and water management functions as well as its recreational role in the new park.
Landcom development director Carmen Osborne said public art at The Ponds had enlivened the suburb.
“The company expects to attract a high-calibre of special artistic talent from the environmental art world,” she said.
“The Ponds is an excellent example of how art has been integrated into the community to support and reflect its water management and sustainability practices.”

Landcom will select and remunerate up to six artists to develop concepts for the Water Cultures artwork that uses sculptural or installed elements, customised engineering and design elements, sustainable technologies and surface treatments to animate the lake and its foreshores.

The winning concept will be fabricated and installed as part of the landscape development.
Expressions of interest are sort from experienced public artists who would like to be short-listed for this project.
The closing date is October 25 for expressions of interest.
For further information visit, email or contact Melanie Rule on (02) 4927 7414.