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Continuing exhibitions 2019

 

Sydney Craft Week may be over, but there are plenty of exhibitions still showing. Read the full list here.

Inner City Suburbs

Korean Cultural Centre Australia presents Playlist, an exhibition featuring jewellery and metalwork.

At the Australian Design Centre, check out Profile 2019 – Contemporary Jewellery AwardResponse – Small Tapestries from the Australian Tapestry Workshop, plus Intergradation by textile artist Taerim Claire Jeon. There's also a pop-up exhibition by Lyn Balzer and Tony Perkins.

In-Between is an exhibition curated by Kristi Pupo and Anna Battersby and Dopamine is an exhibition of textiles and fibre arts by The Seed Stitch Collective, both at Gaffa Creative Precinct. Closing Monday 21 October.

‘Leaves Fall.....’ is an exhibition of jewellery, metalwork, sculpture and vessels by Barbara Ryman at Stanley Street Gallery.

Still, Like Water is an exhibition of work by glass artist and sculptor Kirstie Rea at Sabbia Gallery’s new Redfern location.

Artisans in the Gardens at The Royal Botanic Garden is sure to be a huge success again this year.

The Way It Was is an exhibition of ceramics and jewellery by Province of Brittany (Brittany Johnson) at the South Sydney Uniting Church.

Eastern Suburbs

In Paddington, Rekindled is an exhibition of four artists at Saint Cloche Upstairs.


Opal Fever at Jewels on Queen in Woollahra has been extended, with an exhibition of the work of Linda Jackson plus much more.

Inner West

Pop into Gallery76, Sydney’s only textile art gallery, to see exhibition Sensations, presented by the Embroiderers Guild.

Six inner west makers will be showing their work as part of A Handmade Life exhibition 2019 at Chrissie Cotter Gallery. From 24 October.

Northern Sydney

Northern Beaches Council presents Replay: Celebrating five years of the Creative Space in North Curl Curl.

Eden Unearthed at Eden Gardens in Macquarie Park outdoor exhibition will continue on until January 2020.

Greater Sydney and Beyond

Two exhibitions will be shown in two gallery spaces at Casula Powerhouse. ‘The Song Tree’ exhibition is an installation resulting from a series of workshops led by artist Michelle Belgiorno at Casula Powerhouse. And a solo exhibition features the work of local artist Svetlana Panov who creates her work in the ceramic studios at Casula Powerhouse.



Image: Svetlana Panov, Sculpture 1, 2019. Part of solo exhibition Pure Joy at Casual Powerhouse; Jin ah Jo, Traveller 3, Mildsteel, recycled tin, Brass, silver, nylon. Photo courtesy of the artist, part of exhibition Playlist at Korean Cultural Centre.

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