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Saturday 10 March, 4pm - 4.30pm
Blackmore Oval,  Canal Road Lilyfield

Meet the artists who have been commissioned to create works for Art on the GreenWay 2018,
and hear why they are attracted to working in the Environmental Art genre.
Meet in front of Blackmore Oval, Canal Road, Lilyfield. 


March Artist Talks - AIRspace Projects Inc

Saturday 17 March, 3pm to 5pm
1/10 Junction StreetMarrickville

The March artists will discuss the ideas underpinning their exhibitions. Followed by casual conversation over afternoon tea.


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Afternoon Drinks on the Balcony

111 Lennox Street, Newtown
Saturday, 17 March from 3pm to 5pm

Join the Lennox Street Studios artists for “drinks on the balcony’ for an informal opportunity to chat with them about their practice. Thirty-five artists occupy studios at Lennox Street, so you will be able to talk to artists from a broad range of disciplines, from painters to sculptors, printmakers to photographers and much, much more. 

Pictured: Night Flight by April White



Artist Talks - Studio4

Sunday 18 March, 2pm
4/2 Bolton Street,SydenhamStudio4

The artists at Studio4 will present their work within their
own studio setting. Each artist will give an artist talk in their
studio space, sharing insights into their creative practice.

 Pictured: Spin 11 by Kate Binazi (Studio4)


Crossing paths: intersecting practices in regional Australia - Scratch Art Space

Sunday 18 March, 3pm
67 Sydenham Road, Marrickville

Artists: Surya Bajracharya / Jon Beale / Julian Laffan / Kate Stevens     
Curator: Julian Laffan

Intersecting practices in regional Australia. Crossing Paths is a group exhibition where different media is used to explore concepts relating to place and time. Living and making work in the small rural community of Braidwood, all four artists are influenced by experiences further afield and all use the role and power of the photograph to inform their unique visual language.



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