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ART CRIT :: April 7

Art Crit :: Heavenly Creatures, Coca-Colanised, & We are infinite. Saturday April 7, 12-1pm, Collaborative Textile Gathering  1-3pm, Art crit with artists Marikit Santiago and Nicole Barakat. Verge Gallery Free // All welcome Join artists and curators in a conversation about our March exhibitions, Heavenly Creatures, Coca-Colanised, & We are infinite. The discussion will cover key themes in each individual exhibition as well as […]

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March at Verge Double Bill Public Program, March 24

A day of activities at Verge Gallery for March at Verge exhibitions Coca-Colanized, & We are infinite. Saturday March 24, 11am-4pm 11am-1pm, Kwento at Kain (Talk and Eat), presented by Marikit Santiago for Coca-Colanized with special guest Eunice Andrada. The presence of Spam in the Philippines is the result of US military occupation in World War II and has […]

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Who’s afraid of Australian artists?

Who’s afraid of Australian artists? March 21, 6 – 8pm Verge Gallery FREE // Seating limited, bookings via Eventbrite Who’s afraid of Australian artists? is a discussion with key artists and thinkers as part of Art Month Sydney 2018. The intersection of arts and politics is a fraught space: contested and volatile, generative and constructive. […]

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DOUBLE VISION MARCH 17

Double Vision March 17, 1-3pm FREE/ All welcome KARLI WHITE (MELB) Karli White is a solo musician who takes influence from a spectrum of gothic styles, including dark experimental, industrial and new wave. She is interested in multidisciplinary collaboration and has recently combined visual elements to her live performance, experimenting with light, video, poetry and […]

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SERIES :: Collaborative Textile Gathering

Collaborative Textile Gathering March 14, 1-3pm March 24, 1-3pm March 29, 1-3pm April 7, 12 midday Verge Gallery Free // All welcome Join artist Nicole Barakat in the creation of a large-scale collaborative textile work. The collaboration intends to connect folks through the intimate act of stitching and to consider the potential of our collective […]

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ART CRIT :: Feb 24

Art Crit :: A studio based practice & Documents, Alternatives #2 Saturday February 24, 1pm-3pm Verge Gallery Free // All welcome Join artists and curators in a conversation about A studio based practice exhibition, which unites works by four recent Sydney College of the Arts graduates who challenge art academy traditions through thoughtful subversions of studio-derived […]

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LIVE PERFORMANCES :: A Novel Script: Text as an Expanded Medium in Contemporary Practice, February 1, 5:30pm-7:30pm

Live Performances :: A Novel Script: Text as an Expanded Medium in Contemporary Practice Thursday February 1, 5:30pm-7:30pm Verge Gallery Free // All welcome Join us for a selection of short performances by artists whose practices incorporate text as an expanded medium. At the University of Sydney and many other educational and cultural institutions, creative […]

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DISCUSSION :: Curator + Artist talk for Documents, Alternatives #2, January 20, 1pm-3pm

Discussion :: Curator + Artist talk for Documents, Alternatives #2 Saturday January 20, 1pm-3pm Verge Gallery Free // All welcome Artist and curator, Angela Bartram, and artist, Annie Morrad, give a talk on the exhibition Documents, Alternatives #2 from their own perspectives and through conversation. As the curator, Bartram will discuss how the exhibition came together, the […]

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DISCUSSION :: Geometric Asylum, December 2, 1-3pm

Discussion :: Geometric Asylum December 2, 1-3pm Verge Gallery A round table conversation between artist, writer, producer and director Rebecca Conroy and exhibiting artist Lachlan Anthony discussing key themes in each other’s research and art practice. Lachlan Anthony’s current exhibition at Verge Gallery entitled Geometric Asylum explores relationships between space, power and control. His works investigate exclusionary […]

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