After Sydney Craft Week: Continuing Exhibitions
17 October 2022
Sydney Craft Week Festival might be officially over for another year but that doesn't mean the fun has to stop quite yet. There are lots of Sydney Craft Week exhibitions still running across Greater Sydney for your viewing pleasure.
Opening 26 October
Second Look: Remade and Reimagined Textiles Exhibition
Barometer Gallery, 13 Gurner Street, Paddington
Second Look: Remade and Reimagined Textiles exhibition reflects on how handmade textiles are made, archived, used and re-used by makers. Exhibitors have saved, stored and archived pieces they have made in the past and reworked them into ‘new’ artworks or have collected interesting textiles to repurpose them into ‘new’ artworks. Using a variety of techniques, these remade works are pieces full of memory with traces of use, history and a past life.
Second Look includes works by: Jane Bodnaruk, Mary Burgess, Vita Cochran, Ro Cook, Michele Elliot, Nicole Ellis, Vivien Haley, Beth Hatton, Wendy Holland, Chris Hutch, Brenda Livermore, Christina Newberry, John Parkes, Emma Peters, Julia Raath, Sylvia Riley, Barbara Rogers, Julie Ryder, Liz Williamson and Melinda Young.
Dates: Wednesday 26 October until Sunday 13 November,
Open to the public: Wednesdays – Sundays 11am – 5pm
Opening 28 October
National Contemporary Jewellery Award 2022
Griffith Regional Art Gallery, 167 Banna Avenue, Griffith
Established in 1992 by Griffith Regional Art Gallery, the National Contemporary Jewellery Award (NCJA) is a biennial award that brings together contemporary applied arts, visual arts and design practice. Celebrating its 30th anniversary, NCJA attracts Australia’s leading contemporary object artists and expands the boundaries of the art of human adornment.
Join Griffith for the opening on Friday 28 October to celebrate the National Contemporary Jewellery Award 30th anniversary. Enjoy Dee Vine Estate wines and canapés with special guest judges as they celebrate the newest addition to Griffith Regional Art Gallery’s prestigious National Contemporary Jewellery Collection.
Dates: Friday 28 October until Sunday 18 December
Open the the public: Wednesday - Friday 10am - 5pm; Saturday & Sunday from 11am - 2pm.