5 Art Month events you should attend


Japanese Ceramics: Traditionally Crafted Contemporary Art

Date: 3 March
Time: 6.30pm – 8pm
Cost: Free

Two members of the boundary-pushing Ikeyan group, Aoki and Yokoyama will discuss their practices and the culture of kogei (master artisan) in contemporary Japanese ceramics.

Japan Foundation Gallery
Level 4, Central Park, 28 Broadway, Chippendale, NSW 2008
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RSVP by emailing reception@jpf.org.au.
Doors open at 6pm


North Sydney Art Prize

88 finalists exhibiting indoor and outdoor works on paper, scultpure and installation based works. A major biennial arts event showcasing some of the best in contemporary art with indoor and outdoor works by emerging, mid career and established artists from across Australia.

11 March – 26 March
10am – 5pm

North Sydney Art Prize 2017
The Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability, 2 Balls Head Drive, Waverton, NSW 2060
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Art at Night | Paddington & Woollahra

The neighborhoods of Paddington & Woollahra form one of Sydney’s original art precincts and Art Month Sydney is the perfect guide for discovering the galleries that call the area home. Come and visit us at .M Contemporary and see Mehwish Iqbal solo show Flux before heading down to the official Art Bar by Cake Wines and Concrete Playground Sydney at UNSW Art & Design, for drinks, music and performances from 7:30pm – 10pm.

Date: 15 March
Time: 6 pm – 10pm
Cost: Free


Cocktails & Crochet

Cocktails & Crochet

Chili Philly: Crochet Social

Join us in the gallery for an evening of creativity and cocktails. Artist Kirsten Fredricks and Phil Ferguson (Chili Philly) share 101 crochet skills whilst discussing their inspiration and crochet adventures.

Date: 2 March
Time: 6-8pm
Cost: $31.59

Australian Design Centre
101-115 William Street, Darlinghurst, NSW 2010

Cost: $30 inc beverages

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Collectors’ Space

Explore museum quality artworks never seen together in public before… or ever again. The Collectors’ Space, an annual exhibition that celebrates private art collections, and in 2017, the Collector’s Space exhibition will be curated by Max Germanos of 3:33 Art Projects. Max is both an avid collector and a curator.  He has curated exhibitions for some of Australia’s leading artists including Dale Frank, Ken Whisson, Noel McKenna, Euan MacLeod, Lucy Culliton, Joanna Braithwaite, Ben Quilty, and Neil Frazer.

Date: 1 March – 16 March
Time: Tuesday – Saturday 11-5pm

Cost: Free
Collectors’ Space
8 Soudan Lane (Ground Floor), Paddington, NSW 2021


Claiming Artworks as a Tax Deduction

Photographer, Roger Ballen Interview by Michael Kirchoff

Lionel Smit, Sculptor, Artist

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