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Monograph x Verge // April 22

Monograph x Verge Saturday April 22, 10:30am – 4pm Verge Gallery Join Monograph, a Melbourne-based reading circle, for a day of art-loving bookish goodness. **Places for the Monograph session (12:30-2:30) are strictly limited! RSVP to vergeassistant@usu.edu.au to secure your spot!** In a range of sessions we encourage artists, students, writers, curators and general art lovers […]

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PANEL DISCUSSION // A Third Space : Transience and Identity in the Transnational :: April 20

Panel Discussion :: A Third Space : Transience and Identity in The Transnational Verge Gallery April 20, 5:30pm – 7:30pm Speakers :: Mikala Tai, Adam Porter, Nicole Barakat Join local artists, researchers and the exhibiting artists for a discussion about cross-cultural perspectives, experiences and identities, within and beyond Australia. Re-interpretations of identity within transnational communities […]

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INDIGENISING THE WHITE CUBE // 2016

PUBLIC PROGRAM for D_O_T exhibition: Friday November 25th 6-8pm Verge Gallery, Jane Foss Russell Plaza, USYD Indigenising the White Cube :: re-thinking curatorial practices Chair: Stephen Gilchrist (Associate Lecturer of Indigenous Art at the University of Sydney) Speakers: Emily McDaniel (Lead Artist Educator, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Programs MCA), Emma Pike (Curator Kaldor Public […]

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SERIES :: DOUBLE VISION // 2016

DOUBLE VISION :: EXPERIMENTAL LIVE MUSIC Double Vision is a series of free-form gigs held at Verge Gallery showcasing the practice of DIY, experimental, sound artists and musicians. The program seeks to a create platform that encourages collaboration between artists and musicians – and their communities, providing the opportunity to re-frame and recalibrate creative vision […]

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SEPTEMBER PUBLIC PROGRAMS // 2016

Exhibition and kil.n.it studio tour // Stuck in the Mud Saturday September 17 11-1pm Meet at Verge Gallery 11am Bookings essential Stuck in the Mud is for a revolution that has already happened. A revolution where art won, or did it? Step into the museum to see unearthed works that commemorate the art versus craft […]

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SERIES :: WOMEN IN THE ARTS // 2016

WOMEN IN THE ARTS IRL :: Three events scheduled throughout 2016. ‘Women in the Arts’ is an ongoing dialogue addressing endemic issues of gender inequality and exclusionary practices in the arts landscape. The online jobs board (instigated through Facebook) was the inaugural response to a need for accessible communication surrounding women in professional practice. The […]

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BY A WINDOW // PUBLIC PROGRAMS // 2016

AFTERNOON TEA SOCIAL FOR BY A WINDOW EXHIBITION August 6, 1-3pm Join curators and contributors for an afternoon of conversation while surrounded by archival material presented in the By a window exhibition. A collaborative exhibition between Verge Gallery and the Australian Centre for Photography, By a window features two milestone photographs by renowned artist Michael Riley. […]

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JULY PUBLIC PROGRAMS // 2016

THIS IS NOT A SOLO SHOW PANEL DISCUSSION :: In Your Shadow: Unpacking power dynamics in creative partnerships Saturday July 16, 2pm-3pm Free // All welcome Elvis Richardson’s telling work Art Problems 2015, reflects the the anxieties and stresses so familiar to practicing artists, issues easily augmented when they are bound by a professional or domestic […]

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SERIES :: AFTER SCHOOL ED // 2016

AFTER SCHOOL ED is a series of professional development nights for SCA ACCESS members and friends. This three part series of hands on creative evening information sessions held at Verge Gallery in semester two. Through this series, Sydney College of the Arts (SCA) students will have access to development in three key areas of professional conduct: […]

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