- Fri, 08 Dec08 Dec 2023, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm AEDTGallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios, Upper Level, 164 Longueville Rd, Lane Cove NSW 2066, AustraliaA national Art Prize for emerging artists aged 18-30 working in painting, drawing and printmaking.
TERM 1 2024 IS NOW LIVE!
Term 1 2024 starts Monday 5 February
We have a variety of classes on offer for adults and children aged 5 years and up (attending primary school and high school students only).
We offer art, pottery, printmaking and textile classes from Monday to Saturday for 8 and 9 week terms (see individual classes for details )
Click on the link to see what we've got planned for Term 1!
SUMMER 2024 SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAM
EARLY BIRD NOW OPEN!
We are very proud of our next sessions of our very popular School Holiday Program.
From January 15 -19 and 22 -24 we will be offering a wide range of art workshops for kids aged 5 years and up in painting, drawing, ceramics, sewing and more.
Take advantage of the Early Bird Special, book in before 5th December to access the discount.
3 hour Holiday workshops - $70 (early bird special ), $80 afterwards
All day workshops - $145(early bird special),
Click on the link to book today !
SYDNEY PRINTMAKERS 2023
Artists: Tina Barahanos, Susan Baran, Anthea Boesenberg, Ruth Burgess, Seong Cho, Neilton Clarke, Danielle Creenaune, Jacqui Driver, Salvatore Gerardi, Maximilian Gosling, Rew Hanks, Angela Hayson, Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger, Roslyn Kean, Carmen Ky, George Lo Grasso, Seraphina Martin, Carolyn McKenzie-Craig, Esther Neate, Evan Pank, Janet Parker-Smith, Sandi Rigby, Jenny Robinson, Marta Romer, Mark Rowden, Susan Rushforth, Anna Russell, Gary Shinfield, Laura Stark, Andrew Totman, Thea Weiss, Cheryle Yin-Lo, Sharon Zwi.
8 November - 2 December
Solar Plate Printmaking Workshop with Susan Baran 02 & 03 December 10 am - 4 pm
Group exhibition by nationally and internationally acclaimed members of the Sydney Printmakers’ collective.
Sydney Printmakers explore all traditional and contemporary forms of printmaking and have built up a reputation for excellence in the field. The collective aims to develop a dialogue between their practices and the wider audience by promoting the diversity of printmaking as a versatile, adaptive and engaging medium.