Chrissie Cotter Gallery

Now Open - Applications for Chrissie Cotter Gallery 2021. 

Click here for more information and to apply. Applications close Thursday 8 October, 5pm.

Inner West Council's Chrissie Cotter Gallery is located in Pidcock Street, Camperdown, next to Camperdown Commons and is available for exhibitions and cultural events by individuals and organisations.

When in use, Gallery opening hours are Thursday to Sunday, 11am to 4pm - unless stated - please check below.

Entry is free and the gallery is wheelchair accessible.

 

What's on at the gallery

 A Handmade Life CCG  

 

Exhibition title: A Handmade Life

Artists: Six Female Makers from the Inner West
Gill Brooks – Feltmaker/Textile Artist
Romana Toson – Contemporary Jeweller
Ro Cook – Textile Artist
Meryl Blundell – Contemporary Jeweller
Kim Davies – Textile /Mixed Media Artist
Lorri Evans – Leather Worker

Instagram: a_handmadelife

Facebook: www.facebook.com/ahandmadelifecollective

Website: www.ahandmadelifecollective.com

 

Ro Cook
www.instagram.com/rocookartist
www.facebook.com/rokoco

Romana Toson
www.instagram.com/romana_tos

Lori Evans
www.instagram.com/shushuau

Meryl Blundell
www.instagram.com/woodpapersilk
www.facebook.com/woodpapersilk

Gill Brooks
www.instagram.com/feltwilde
www.facebook.com/feltwilde

Kim Ruth Davies
www.instagram.com/taleoftheblackcat

Exhibition dates: 15 October 2020 to  25 October 2020

General gallery hours: Monday to Sunday, 10am - 5pm 

Opening: Thursday 15 October, 2-8pm 

For exhibition and purchase enquiries contact Gill Brooks via email gilbrooks@smartchat.net.au or mobile 0404 228 264.

Exhibition details:

As women, we face particular challenges as makers - juggling motherhood, building a creative career and at times a paying job.
This exhibition is an opportunity to work in our own mediums but also experiment across a variety of other mediums including: print making, eco-printing, jewellery and woodwork, textile work, embroidery and mixed media.
The value of the camaraderie between makers, the scope for cross pollination, and the benefit of having a support network is paramount to our making process and our aim is to showcase vibrant new work exploring our roles as makers, mothers and women.

 

Contact

For further information about the Chrissie Cotter Gallery, contact Olivia Patchett via email Olivia.patchett@innerwest.nsw.gov.au (Monday - Thursday)

 

 

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