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17 OCTOBER-29 OCTOBER

NurtureOctober 17–29Opening: Thursday 17 October, 6-8 pm Simon Baré, Simon Cooper, Sabella D’Souza, Suzy Faiz, Danica Knežević, Jaqueline Larcombe, Bernadette Smith, Rosie Thomas, Tamara Voninski This exhibition will explore the theme of nurture and the act of nurturing. Each artist has a conceptual link to a familial or cultural nurturing pertinent to their personal experience. […]

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3 OCTOBER-11 OCTOBER

USU Creative Awards 2019October 3 – 11Awards Ceremony: Thursday October 10, 5:30pm-7pm Public program: Artist talks: Wednesday 9 October, 12-2pm The USU Creative Awards gives student artists from all University of Sydney campuses and faculties a chance to showcase and publish their work to peers, industry professionals and the local community. Exhibiting Creative Awards artists […]

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8 AUG – 21 SEPT

In Character | Verge is turning 10! Opening 8 August, 6-9 pm In CharacterCurated by Peter Johnson and Tesha MalottAtong Atem (VIC), Ali Gumillya Baker (SA), Paola Balla (VIC), Heath Franco (NSW), EO Gill (NSW), Nick Hallett and Shana Moulton (USA), Liam O’Brien (VIC), Phebe Schmidt (VIC) and WITCH BITCH (NZ) Continuing until 21 September […]

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Usapan Sa La Mesa

Running Dog Eme and Soo-Min Shim Thursday 5 September6-9pm Usapan Sa La Mesa is a decolonizing process and gathering of Filipinx/Filipinos/Pinays on stolen Gadigal land, organised by the interdisciplinary artist Eme and Running Dog contributor Soo-Min Shim. It involves practicing Kapwa (shared identity), the sharing of experiences, knowledge and unpacking together in the hopes of achieving […]

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Live Performance: A Host of Songs

Cameron Emmerson-Elliott & Patrick Matthew August 296.30-8.30pmFree entry  Leaning on a tradition of musical offerings that reflect on conceptual propositions from artistic legends, Verge will present a live performance night with Cameron Emmerson-Elliott and Patrick Matthews. Guitarist, singer/songwriter and practicing visual artist Cameron Emerson-Elliott has toured internationally as part of the highly regarded indie-rock band […]

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Biting Morsel

Opening 8 August, 6-9 pmLive performances Biting MorselTiyan Baker (NSW), Brian Fuata (NSW), Evelyn Kwok (NSW), Claudia Nicholson (NSW), Leila El Rayes (NSW), and Emele Ugavule (NSW). OPENING NIGHT CELEBRATION Biting Morsel curated by Tulleah Pearce Biting Morsel  is an evening of live performance and installation to celebrate Verge’s tenth birthday curated by Tulleah Pearce. […]

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In Character artist talks

Artist Talks: In CharacterSaturday 10 August 20191-3pm On Saturday 10 August, join the exhibiting artists and curators to discuss their practices and the themes of the exhibition. Curated by Peter Johnson and Verge Director Tesha Malott, In Character brings together Australian and international artists who use character and personae as a way to critically explore identity and […]

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In conversation with Connie Anthes

Public program May-June In conversation Connie Anthes, Beta Blockers Verge Gallery will play host to a live conversation series between Connie and invited activists, thinkers, archivists and Waterloo residents, looking at how bodies bear their own histories of resistance and refusal. These conversations will take place on Tuesdays and Saturdays during the exhibition In conversation with: Ian […]

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Artist talks: Beta blockers and Obliteration, Creation

Artist Talks: Beta blockers and Obliteration, Creation Saturday 22 May 2019 1-3pm On the final day of exhibitions Beta blockers and Obliteration, Creation join the exhibiting artists to discuss their practices and the themes of each exhibition. Beta Blockers is an exhibition by Connie Anthes is an exhibition comprising of wearable/tactile sculptural installations exploring political, fleshy […]

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