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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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2019 PROGRAM

EXHIBITION PROGRAM 2019 JANUARY-FEBRUARY AT VERGE January 17 – February 23 Monuments to moments: Talia Smith  Monuments to moments explores the physical and emotional marks left on the landscape left from human interaction and how that can effect a viewer. This exhibition uses photography and video. A way to sync, live in the world, and […]

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28 JULY-2 AUGUST

Opening 27 June, 6-8 pm Armour for flowers – Katy B PlummerKarma is a bitch – Min Wong Continuing until August 2 PUBLIC PROGRAMS+Artist talksThursday 1st August. 5-7 pm Armour for flowers Katy B Plummer Armour For Flowers is a video installation project that considers the unstable, entropic relationship between a mystical and a prosaic encountering […]

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USU Creative Awards 2019

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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Nurture

October 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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