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Continuing Exhibitions 2020

Sydney Craft Week 2020 might be over, but some exhibitions are still open – head out soon before you miss out!

CBD - until 26 October
Gaffa presents three exhibitions: hi vis – Elaine Goodridge, Ceri Muter, Penny McLaren and Lynn Pavey, Lost in Thought – Zara Collins and The Macro in the Micro – Karin Findeis.

Darlinghurst - until 23 October
Stanley Street Gallery presents Bundanon: Alice Whish and Vicki Mason; an exhibition of jewellery from a joint artist residency at Bundanon, and Makers of Traditional Change; selected New Zealand jewellery artists from the Handshake Project exhibit work that connects to the context of traditional jewellery.

Darlinghurst – until 18 November
Visit Australian Design Centre to see the non-acquisitive biennial prize for Australian and New Zealand glass artists, FUSE Glass Prize 2020 and an exhibition featuring outstanding contemporary textile art, Seed Stitch Contemporary Textile Award.

Redfern – until 31 October
Sabbia Gallery presents two beautiful glass exhibitions: Nick Mount: This Spring, a solo exhibition by one of Australia’s foremost and internationally-acclaimed contemporary glass artists, alongside Ninuku Arts: New Work in Glass by a group of Indigenous artists located in the furthest communities in the APY Lands of South Australia.

Paddington - until 25 October
Saint Cloche welcomes back ceramic sculptor Natalie Rosin with Chromatic. This body of work is inspired by the colourful and surreal anomalies of the built world.

Camperdown - until 25 October
Six Inner West makers exhibit new work for the annual A Handmade Life exhibition at Chrissie Cotter Gallery.

Newtown - until 31 October
Alchemy: an exhibition of Sculptural Ceramics is an exhibition that demonstrates the exciting diversity in contemporary ceramics by Kerrie Lowe Gallery.

Concord West - until 1 November
Enjoy the beautiful exhibition Tales by embroidery artist Gillian Bencke at Gallery76, The Embroiderers' Guild NSW as part of their Changing our approach to embroidery series of events.  

North Sydney - until 7 November
Regina Krawets combines her new skills in metalwork with a range of beading techniques in the exhibition From Little Things at Bridget Kennedy Project Space.

Mosman - until 6 December
Tension(s)2020: Tamworth Textile Triennial curated by Vic McEwan is an important record of the changing nature and progress of textile practice from a national perspective at Mosman Art Gallery.

Nowra - until 29 May 2021
The Meroogal Women’s Art Prize 2020 celebrates the creativity and achievements of female artists across NSW. Take a tour of the house and exhibition presented by Sydney Living Museums.

 



Images: Nick Mount, Pastel Shoot. Photo: Pippy Mount; Images: Kim Davies, Carpet Moth. Photo: Nick Watt for Sydney Living Museums

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