WEEK 6: Saturday July 9th, "Over the Fence" at Granville Centre Art Gallery & "Love Letters" at Pari ARI.
This week Gallery Crawl’s heading west!
Join us as we check out two exciting young art spaces in Parramatta and Granville: Pari ARI and the Granville Centre Art Gallery.
Our first stop will be the show “Over the Fence” in Granville. The group show of 8 emerging Western Sydney artists celebrates how connections, neighbourhoods and community mean something deeper than the invisible force of a border between neighbouring local government areas.
We’ll grab a bite to eat somewhere local (TBD) before continuing down the train line to Parramatta, where we’ll explore the luscious show “Love Letters” at Pari.
Love Letters is an exhibition of collaborative work developed through a letter exchange project that has connected artists living in regional QLD, and both regional and metropolitan NSW. Collaborating through letters was a response to border closures, social isolation and the loneliness experienced during Covid restrictions.
10:30am: Catch T2 train from Central at 10:28am, meeting at the Granville Centre at 11:15. Meet at Central or in Granville, whatever suits you!
11:15am: “Over the Fence” at GCAG
12:30pm: Lunch xo
1:30pm: Train up to Parramatta to catch Pari’s “Love Letters”.
3:00pm: With our eyes and bellies full we part ways closer than when we began.
Join us each fortnight as we explore some of Sydney's most exciting and experimental creative arts spaces. From Artist Run Initiatives featuring some of Sydney's most exciting up and coming emerging artists, to commercial galleries, and our favourite institutions, we'll show you them all! For anyone new to Sydney learn how to navigate Sydney on foot and conquer the buses, trains, light rail and ferry.
Our gallery crawls are a great way to make friends, check out local art spaces and *potentially* get in with some nice cheese boards and free wine. See you there!
We will provide:
- A fully guided and curated tour of some of Sydney's most exciting art galleries and public artworks.
You will need:
- Comfortable walking shoes
- Your opal card
- Mobile device check in
We also recommend you bring your own sketch books, note books or cameras to capture your ideas as inspiration strikes.
Gallery Crawl is free! And registration is essential.
Arc @ UNSW AD + Kudos Acknowledge that we share, create and operate on Aboriginal land. Arc operates across the land of Bidjigal, Gadigal and Ngunawal people, and we pay our respect to elders past, present, and emerging. This will always be Aboriginal land.