Public Programs, Upcoming

SERIES :: fluid feelings

fluid feelings :: performance series April 14, 3-3:30, Eugene Choi April 21, 3-3:30pm, Neil Beedie April 28, 3-3:30pm, Marcus Whale May 12, 3-3:30pm, Megan Alice Clune May 19, 3-3:30pm, All performers Free/ All Welcome How do I feel / How do they feel? A selection of artists will perform re-interpretations of songs previously interpreted in grappling on the […]

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Public Programs, Upcoming

ART CRIT :: MAY 19

Art Crit :: grappling on the precipice of the squirt and the stream & Don’t think of me as gone Saturday May 19, 1-3pm, Art crit with artists Kieran Bryant and Jodie Whalen, 3pm-3.30pm fluid feelings live performance. Verge Gallery Free // All welcome Join artists and curators in a conversation about our April exhibitions, grappling on the precipice […]

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Exhibitions, Upcoming

MAY 24 – JUNE 30

Opening May 24, 6pm-8pm Parting Words and Model Home  Continuing to June 30 Gallery 1 :: Parting Words Elena Papanikolakis Parting Words presents new works comprising collage, text, painting and drawing. The works in the exhibition explore the realm of departures, from the finality of death, to deviations from context, form and function. Drawing from a broad […]

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Public Programs, Upcoming

SERIES :: Creative Reading Group

Reading Group Presented by Kathleen Linn Dates: + Saturday May 26, 1-3pm + Saturday June 23, 1-3pm + Saturday August 4, 1-3pm Join writer and curator Kathleen Linn in a series of reading group gatherings. These conversations will focus on socially engaged art practices and what this can do politically and for community building. Light refreshments included.  

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Public Programs, Upcoming

Aftersound

Aftersound Presented by Rainbow Chan and Verge Gallery Dates: + Saturday 2 June + Saturday 29 September Aftersound is a new performance program with a focus on sonic experiences, space and collaboration. Curated by Sydney-based artist Rainbow Chan, Aftersound asks its performers to create new works which consider the poetics of Verge Gallery’s space. While […]

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