GENERAL MEDIA

Time Out Sydney – The best artist-run initiatives (ARIs) in Sydney, March 2016  https://www.timeout.com/sydney/art/the-best-artist-run-initiatives-in-sydney

Eastside Radio – interview with Director Siân McIntyre, July 23,2015 http://eastsidefm.org/artsthursday/

Arts Hub – Build a career as a curator – interview with Director Siân McIntyre, June 29, 2015
http://www.artshub.com.au/education/news-article/news/arts-education/christine-long/nine-ways-to-build-a-career-as-a-curator-248555


NOVEMBER AT VERGE – 2 NOVEMBER – 2 DECEMBER
Gallery 1 :: To the inclusion of all others
Amira Hajar, Christine Dean, Del Lumanta, Harry Pickering, Jeremy Anderson, Joe Brennan, Jonno Revanche, Katherine Corcoran, Leila el Rayes, Leena Riethmuller, Peter Waples Crowe, Shareeka Helaluddin, Tarik Ahlip, and Tyza Stewart. Coordinated by Nina Dodd and Jonno Revanche

Time Out Sydney – If you’ve got the plebiscite blues, these artists have the cure, by Ayebatonye Abrakasa, November 10 2017 https://www.timeout.com/sydney/blog/if-youve-got-the-plebiscite-blues-these-artists-have-the-cure-111017


SEPTEMBER AT VERGE – 31 AUGUST – 30 SEPTEMBER
Can’t Touch This, curated by Miriam Kelly
Art Guide Australia – ‘Textiles provoke in Can’t Touch This’ by Jane O’Sullivan 
http://artguide.com.au/textiles-provoke-in-cant-touch-this


JULY AT VERGE – JUNE 29 – JULY 29
Portraits of Men curated by Siân McIntyre

FBi RADIO – Hand-drawn review: Portraits of Men at Verge Gallery https://fbiradio.com/hand-drawn-review-portraits-of-men/


MARCH AT VERGE – MARCH 1 -APRIL 1
Gallery 1: Lucas Davidson: Frame of Mind // Gallery 2: Lisa Sammut: Tapestries for Galaxies

Dlux – Art Month Exhibitions: Frame of Mind at Verge Gallery http://www.dlux.org.au/news/2017/3/1/v4xz4tktmn289xmt8yfj8gk9udqkyf

Art Almanac – Lisa Sammut: Tapestries for Galaxies http://www.art-almanac.com.au/lisa-sammut-tapestries-galaxies/


NOVEMBER OFF-SITE EXHIBITION – NOVEMBER 16 – DECEMBER 11
D_O_T, featuring works by Papunya Tjupi artists curated by Siân McIntyre at Galerie Pompom

Art Almanac review: Art Almanac, Features, D_O_T, November 25 2016. http://www.art-almanac.com.au/d_o_t-2/
ArtAsiaPacific review by Chloe Wolfson: http://artasiapacific.com/Magazine/WebExclusives/DOT

NOVEMBER AT VERGE – NOVEMBER 3 – DECEMBER 3 Modes of Practice 

Sydney Morning Herald – 20 things to hear, see and do this weekend: Modes of Practice at Verge Gallery http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/20-things-to-see-hear-and-do-this-weekend-20161027-gsc86u.html


SEPTEMBER AT VERGE – SEPTEMBER 1 – 24
Gallery 1 :: David Manley :: Ambivalent Structures
Gallery 2 :: Connie Anthes, Glenn Barkley, Amanda Bromfield, Kuba Dorabialski, Rachel McCallum, Holly MacDonald, Katy B Plummer, Madeleine Preston, Eloise Rankine, Ashley Scott, Bev Shroot :: Stuck In The Mud

Art Almanac, Features, Stuck in the Mud, September 2 2016 http://www.art-almanac.com.au/stuck-in-the-mud/


JULY AT VERGE – JUNE 30 – JULY 30
Gallery 1 :: Peter Sharp and Michelle Cawthorn :: This Is Not A Solo Show
Gallery 2 :: OK YEAH COOL GREAT :: The Delivery

Two Thousands, Sydney, Double Vision: Matthew P. Hopkins, Nicola Morton and Ghost Hobo by Claire Finneran, July 2016. http://thethousands.com.au/sydney/calendar/double-vision-matthew-p-hopkins-nicola-morton-and-ghost-hobo


JUNE AT VERGE – JUNE 2-25
Gallery 1 :: Benjamin Chadbond (SYD), Liz McCrystal (SYD), Salote Tawale (SYD), Katrin Koenning (MEL), Young Sun Han (NY), Jennifer Loeber (NY), Marie Shannon (NZ), Nina Roeder (GER). Curated by Talia Smith :: The Leftovers
Gallery 2 :: Steven Grainger (UK) :: Displacement Activities.

Fbi Radio, The Hanging: Displacement Activities and The Leftovers at Verge Gallery by Katie Winten, June 20 2016. http://fbiradio.com/the-hanging-displacement-activities-the-leftovers-at-verge-gallery/

INDIGENOUS WOMEN IN THE ARTS FOR VIVID SYDNEY – Saturday June 18, 1-3pm

Two Thousands, Sydney, Vivid Ideas: Indigenous Women in the Arts by Claire Finneran, June 2016. http://thethousands.com.au/sydney/calendar/vivid-ideas-indigenous-women-in-the-arts


APRIL AT VERGE GALLERY – April 7-30
Gallery 1 :: Laura Moore :: Likeness
Gallery 2 :: Sach Catts, Francesca Heinz, Eloise Kirk, Mark Shorter, Ben Terakes :: Awkward Objects

Broadsheet Sydney, Four Photography Exhibitions to see this Weekend, David Hamilton-Smith, 08 April 2016. https://www.broadsheet.com.au/sydney/art-and-design/article/four-photography-exhibitions-see-weekend


COPPICE – March 2 – April 2, 2016
Bonita Bub, Consuelo Cavaniglia, Aideen Doran, Deb Mansfield, Lena Nyadbi.
Curated by Katrina Liberiou and Siân McIntyre.

Broadsheet Sydney, “Coppice” at Verge Gallery, March 2016 https://www.broadsheet.com.au/sydney/event/coppice-exhibition-verge-gallery 

Eastside Radio – Coppice exhibition opening at Verge Gallery, March, 2016
http://eastsidefm.org/coppice-exhibition-opening-at-verge-gallery-curated-by-katrina-liberiou-and-sian-mcintyre/


WOMEN IN THE ARTS IRL #1 – Saturday February 20, 1-3pm
Laura Bannister, Clare Holland, Dr. Natalya Hughes, Tahjee Moar, Jess Scully. Coordinated by  Katie Winten and Isabelle Hore-Thorburn.

Broadsheet Sydney, Women in the Arts, by Naaman Zhou, February 2016 https://www.broadsheet.com.au/sydney/event/women-arts-verge-gallery


JANUARY AT VERGE GALLERY – January 14 – January 30, 2016
Gallery 1 :: Hamish and Rose :: White
Gallery 2 :: Alma Studholme :: Accreation II : Ontological Transmutations

Broadsheet Sydney, Verge Gallery in January, by Jared Richards, January 2016 https://www.broadsheet.com.au/sydney/events/event/verge-gallery-january


EARLWOOD FARM PRESENTS :: THE CHRISTMAS CLIMATE CHANGE VARIETY HOUR – Saturday December 12, 7-9pm
Lady Sings it Better, Betty Grumble, Tom Hogan, Maria White and Emma McManus, Nathan Harrison, Alana Wesley, Julia Patey and Ellipsis. Curated by Earlwood Farm.

The Daily Telegraph, Climate CHange Variety Hour Clover Moore Slugs Taxpayers $10,000 for Radical Sydney University Review, Taylor Auerbach, December 14, 2015 http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/nsw/climate-change-variety-hour-clover-moore-slugs-taxpayers-10000-for-radical-sydney-university-review/news-story/c169a60081169368c13543f5a98f46a7


THE DREAMS OUR STUFF IS MADE OF – October 22 – November 14, 2015
Artists : Ron Adams, Kate Beckingham, Drew Bickford, Eric Bridgeman, Nathan Corum, Lucas Davidson, Jo Diball, Chris Dolman, Marya Elimelakh, Leah Emery, Christian Flynn, Jodi Franco, Hayley Megan French, Andrew Frost, Nicole Gillard, Miles Hall, Biljana Jancic, Matthias Kryger, 長澤トマソン (Thomasson Longmarsh), Elsa McGrath, Jonathan McBurnie, Ron McBurnie, Anna McMahon, Robert Mercer, Paul Mumme, Adam Norton, Lena Obergfell, Naomi Oliver, Glen O’Malley, Sue O’Malley, Jamie Preisz, Christopher Raymond, Anna Madeline, Kate Scardifield and Luke Strevens
Curated by Jonathon McBurnie

The Art Life, ‘The Dreams Our Stuff Is Made Out Of’, by Stella Rosa McDonald, October 26, 2015 http://theartlife.com.au/2015/the-dreams-our-stuff-is-made-of/

Eastside Radio Billboard, ‘Skeptics vs Believers Discussion’ http://eastsidefm.org/community-billboard-2nd-to-the-8th-of-november-2/

FBi Radio Culture Guide, October 19, 2015. http://fbiradio.com/culture-guide-16/


FEMINIST SEPTEMBER at VERGE GALLERY – September 8 – October 3, 2015
FEMINIST ECOLOGIES: Sandra Hill, TextaQueen, Kelly Doley and Del Lumanta. Curated by Chloe Hazelwood.

OPEN FOR MAINTENANCE II/ WE ARE STILL ALIVE II: Rebecca Shanahan.
VISUAL TELEPATHY: Jacquelene Drinkall.

FBI Canvas – interview with Chloe Hazelwood (mentored curator of Feminist Ecologies), September 20, 2015.  http://canvasonfbi.podbean.com/e/canvas-052-feminist-curating-stinking-ghosts/

Beams Festival Guide, September, 2015 http://beamsfestival.com.au/galleries-after-dark/

FBi Radio Culture Guide, September 7, 2015 http://fbiradio.com/culture-guide-12/

2SER Radio, So Hot Right Now – Festival of Feminist Futures, September 12, 2015
http://www.2ser.com/dos/item/17975-september-12th


PARALLEL RELATIONS: SERIALITY IN PHOTOGRAPHY – August 13 – September 5, 2015
Bill Henson, George Gittoes, Alex Kershaw, and The Twilight Girls (Helen Hyatt-Johnston and Jane Polkinghorne)
Curated by Jessica Bradford and Esther Rolfe

ABC Radio 702 ‘What’s on this weekend’, by Simone Whetton, August 14, 2015. http://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/2015/08/14/4293616.htm

Sydney Central Magazine ‘What’s on Lifestyle’, August 26, 2015 http://www.pressreader.com/australia/central-sydney-magazine/20150826


DOING TIME – July 16 – August 8, 2015
Artists: Sylvia Griffin, Anne Ferran, Lucas Davidson, Carolyn McKay and Debra Dawes.
Curated by Carrie Miller

Sydney Morning Herald interview with Lucas Davidson ‘Artist is buried alive to explore incarceration in Doing Time exhibition’, by Elissa Blake, July 13, 2015 http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/art-and-design/artist-is-buried-alive-to-explore-incarceration-in-doing-time-exhibition-20150713-giaxf1.html

The Art Life, ‘Doing Time’, by Stella Rosa McDonald, July 20, 2015 http://theartlife.com.au/2015/doing-time/

The Daily Beast ‘The Artist Who Burried Himself Alive’  review by Michael Visontay, July 17, 2015 http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/07/17/meet-the-australian-artist-who-buried-himself-alive.html

Art Net News, ‘Australian Performance Artist to Be Buried Alive to Explore Imprisonment’, by Henri Neuendorf, July 15, 2015 https://news.artnet.com/in-brief/artist-buried-alive-australia-316348

FBI Audio ‘Winter at Verge Gallery’  July 16, 2015 http://fbiradio.com/culture-guide-7/

Hunger TV, ‘This Man is Getting Buried Alive for Art’, by Elliot Watson, July 15, 2015 http://www.hungertv.com/feature/this-man-is-getting-buried-alive-for-art/

2ser Razors Edge Audio ‘Doing Time’, by Kia Woodmore http://www.2ser.com/component/k2/item/16951-doing-time


ON THIS SITE- 21 May- 13 June,  2015
Artists: Karla Dickens, Ishmael Marika, Claudia Nicholson, Christopher Pease, Joan Ross, Salote Tawale, Garry Trinh.
Curators: Kate Blackmore and Siân McIntyre

Time out Sydney, June 2015 http://www.au.timeout.com/sydney/art/events/43096/on-this-site

The Art Life about On This Site by Stella Rosa McDonald, 25 May 2015 http://theartlife.com.au/2015/on-this-site/

Raven Contemporary by Kate Britton, June 2015 https://ravencontemporary.wordpress.com/portfolio/on-this-site-a-celebration-of-difference-kate-britton/

FBI Radioculture guide by Anna Hay: On This Site exhibition, 21 May 2015 http://fbiradio.com/culture-guide-talks-storytelling-and-all-of-the-lights/

Vivid Sydney The structue of Creative Practice, 27 May 2015 http://www.vividsydney.com/event/ideas/structure-creative-practice

Australian Network guide to Vivid Sydney 2015, 27 May 2015 http://www.australianetworknews.com/vivid-sydney-2015-expect/

Museums & Galleries of NSW, National Reconciliation Week, May 20, 2015 http://mgnsw.org.au/articles/reconciliation-week/


CUT.PASTE.REPEAT- 2 April – 25 April, 2015
Artists: Angela Garrick, Emily Hunt, Richard Larter, Alex Lawler, Lillian O’Neil, Sarafina Power, Kubi Vasak.
Curated by Esther Rolfe

Something You Said: Interview with Angela Garrick and Kubi Vasak, March 27, 2015 http://somethingyousaid.com/2015/03/27/art-interview-kubi-vasak-and-angela-garrick/


SECOND CIRCULATION- 2 April – 25 April, 2015
Artists: Dexter Fletcher, Luke You, The Thomas Ferguson Band, Vanessa Berry, Samantha Penelope Riegl, Tim Ungaro, Emma Davidson, Miss Helen, Newport Dolls.

The Sticky Institute, March 30, 2015 http://blog.stickyinstitute.com/?p=1411


HYPNOGOGIC- 2 April – 25 April, 2015
Artist: Amina McConvell

Runway Magazine, review by Chloe Wolifson, April 2015. http://runway.org.au/amina-mcconvells-hypnogogic-manifestations/


GIRLS AT THE TIN SHEDS: DUPLICATED-
Artists: Pam Debenham, Jan Fieldsend, Judy Lodwick, Marie McMahon, Toni Robertson and Earthworks Poster Collective, Lucifoil, Tin Sheds Posters and others.
Curated by Louise Mayhew

The Sydney Morning Herald, ‘When posters channelled punk: how the Tin Sheds artists took feminism to the streets’ by Sarah Thomas, March 5, 2015 http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/art-and-design/when-posters-channelled-punk-how-the-tin-sheds-artists-took-feminism-to-the-streets-20150305-13vkoz.html

2ser The Daily ‘Girls at the Tin Sheds’ Interview with Louise Mayhew http://www.2ser.com/terms-a-conditions/item/14054-girls-at-the-tin-sheds

FBI Canvas with Frances Barrett ‘Representation and Appropriation’, Interview with Louise Mayhew and Manager Siân McIntyre, March 3 2015 http://fbiradio.com/programs/canvas/2015-03-01/

The Museum Collective, ‘Girls at the Tin Sheds: Sydney Feminist Posters 1975-90’, March 12, 2015 https://wearethemuseumcollective.wordpress.com/2015/03/12/girls-at-the-tin-sheds-sydney-feminist-posters-1975-90/

The Guardian, ‘Art Month Sydney 2015: our top picks’, by Anna Madeleine, March 5, 2015 http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/australia-culture-blog/2015/mar/05/art-month-sydney-2015-top-picks


ORDER/DISORDER November 5-12, 2014
Artists: Crystal Abidin, Peter Annand, Wendy Abel-Campbell, Connie Anthes, Brooke Carlson, Andrew Christie, Hinder Hinder, Jamin, Minji Kim, Stella Ktenas Karver & Auth Kash Karver, Sofia Lo Bianco, Flora Mavrommati, Gus McKay, Ros Meeker, Ian Munday, Siti Munawirah (Sydrah), Clare Nicholson, Jeong Yoon Park, Oliver Cameron, Jim Peng, Beth Radford, John von Sturmer, Julian Woods, and Yeliz Yorulmaz
Curator: Peter Annand

Order/Disorder Art Exhibition with note from Curator Peter Annand https://disordersymposium.wordpress.com/exhibition/


LIGHT AND SHADOW – June 11 – 27, 2014
Artists: HY William Chan, Daniel Cleghorn, Tony Corkill, Philip Cox, Jon Crothers, Tanya Crothers, Brigitte Gerges, Nick Mauer, Colin Still, Will Swann.

The Brag, ‘Playing With Light and Shadow At Verge Gallery’, by Amie Mulhearn http://www.thebrag.com/arts/playing-light-shadow-verge-gallery


ART IS OUR VOICE – May, 2014

Broadsheet, ‘Art is Our Voice’, by Olivia Caisley, May 14 2014 http://www.broadsheet.com.au/sydney/events/event/art-our-voice-2014-05-14


REACTIONS AND INTERACTIONS – April 24 – May 19, 2014
Artists: Pilar Baizán, Jai Du, Mauro Entrialgo, uh513 and Daniel Romero
Curated by Txema Agiriano

The Brag, ‘Spanish Media Art Flying Into Verge Gallery’, by Naz Jacobs, March 17, 2014 http://www.thebrag.com/arts/spanish-media-art-flying-verge-gallery


19TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM OF ELECTRONIC ART – 8-16 June, 2013
Artists: Ian Haig, Nandita Kumar, and Raewyn Turner & Brian Harris 

‘Resistance is Futile’, International Symposium of Electronic Art 2013 Exhibition, Verge Gallery http://www.isea2013.org/events/verge-gallery/


BOX SET – November 24 – December 3, 2013
Artists: Kate Blackmore and Frances Barrett

Sydney Morning Herald, ‘Do’h! Simpsons marathon farewells analog TV’, interview by Lenny Ann Low, November 30, 2013 http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/tv-and-radio/doh-simpsons-marathon-farewells-analog-tv-20131130-2yidj.html

Eastside Radio ‘Long Duration Performance Art’ interview with Frances Barrett by Julia and Ira, April 24, 2014 https://somethingelse897fm.wordpress.com/2014/04/24/long-durational-performance-art/


QUEERING THE BODY – Jan 11 – Feb 3, 2013
Artists: Delilah Lyses-sApo, Cleo Gardiner, Michael Filocamo, Randall Taylor, Katt Beaton, Rosanna Eid, Bernadette Knight, Willurei, Christina Lucia Giuffrida.
Curated by Cleo Gardiner

Alt Media, ‘Queering The Body’, by Emma Salkild, January 13, 2013 http://www.altmedia.net.au/queering-the-body/68464