LIFE DRAWING SECOND SEMESTER, ONLY $25
Mondays 6 pm – 8 pm
For only $25 for each two hour session, our Life Drawing classes include a live model, a life drawing instructor, everything you need to draw with and on – ie charcoal, paper, easel, etc and a complimentary glass of wine at the end of the night. These are rolling classes so you can start at any time. All experience-levels welcome, as the tutelage can be modified to serve your skill level.
So please come along to explore and delight in the artistic expression of the human form!
DEFACED BY JOSIE WADELTON – EXTENDED EXHIBITION BY POPULAR DEMAND
From 23 August to 12 September 2010 (extended date)
Opening Night 26 AUGUST, 6pm
AN ART EXHIBITION & INSTALLATION ON CENSORSHIP AND LITERATURE
DEFACED is an art exhibition & installation about books which have been burned, banned & DEFACED. Australian artist JOSIE WADELTON explores this territory through a diverse range of materials, such as paintings on canvas, collages, installation, recycled books & digital images.
TOKENS OF PLACE BY CLAIRE McARDLE – EXTENDED EXHIBITION BY POPULAR DEMAND
From the 16 August – 26 September 2010 (extended date)
Opening night 19 August, 6pm
This work is about connecting people with places.
These collected works are a history of place for the maker.
A journey traced in jewellery.
They are a memento of a moment.
A token of a place.
CENSORSHIP EXHIBITION – EXTENDED DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND
From the 24 August- 17 October 2010 (extended date)
Opening night 2 September, 6pm
Guildford Lane Gallery is proud to present our exciting exhibition on the multifaceted theme of women, their bodies and their complex dialogue with censorship. This is a diverse exhibition that encompasses different artists, mediums and interpretations in a dynamic collaboration. Works echo, add shades to each other, whilst others clash in confrontation as the viewer navigates through this fascinating artistic domain. With a carefully selected assortment of drawing, painting, photography, animation, textiles and sculpture, there is something to meet every pallet and whet all appetites. (more…)
SYZYGY, ‘EATING VARIATIONS’
Sunday 5 September, 3pm
$25/$18 at the door.
Your last chance to participate on the last performance of their 2010 concert series.
FRIDAY NIGHT JAZZ ENTRY REMINDER
Just a reminder that entry to GLG performances for Jazz on Friday Nights is via Flanigan Lane, from 6pm.
Saturday 14 August, 7pm
$15-$20 at the door.
A diverse music program by Schubert, Chopin, Scriabin, Shostakovich, Ravel and Debussy.
Giovanni Bartolotta on trumpet and Bruno Grandi on Piano.
Sunday 1 August, 2pm
$15-$20 at the door.
Recital program is as follows:
Hummel: Trumpet Concerto in E flat major.
Scarlatti: Sonata in F minor (L118).
Schubert: Impromptu opus 142 no. 2 in A flat major.
Moment Musicaux opus 94 no. 2 in A flat major.
Mozart: Variations on a theme of duport. k573.
The Eddy Effect by Michael Knight
From 28 July to 8 August
Opening night 29 July, 6pm
Mike Knight’s eighth solo exhibition, The Eddy Effect, is one of tender insight and reflection, it unapologetically focuses on the human condition, its power and fragility.
Knight’s collection of portraits and peopled compositions provide richly layered observations. Painted with empathy, honesty and subtle humour, Knight’s technique and signature palette means he gives even his quietest canvas a rich and unique voice.
Dulux Colour Awards- Making a Splash!
The Dulux Colour Awards Evening held in March was certainly a colourful evening. Against a backdrop of bright paint cans and lavish swabs of paint, guests who included prominent designers and architects, surveyed and discussed the entries over a glass of wine. The winning prize went to McBride Charles Ryan’s project at Fitzroy High School which allowed students to use colour to navigate their way around the school. Congratulations to all contestants, it was a great night.
Image from Design Quarterly, Vol,38, 2010 Winter Edition, p. 102.