Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera: from the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection
- Supplied by Art Gallery of NSW Director of the Art Gallery of NSW Michael Brand said this art gallery of nsw exhibition is days away from opening at the Art Gallery of NSW! Right in time for the school holidays Creative Photography, The University of Arizona Foundation - Supplied by Art Gallery of NSW Frida Collection will be displayed at the Art Gallery of NSW from Saturday 25th June to Sunday 9th Art Gallery of NSW “Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera: from the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection
Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera - Art Gallery of NSW - Review
get used to galleries. Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera exhibition at Art Gallery of NSW - photo Gelman Collection will be on display at the Art Gallery of NSW from Saturday 25th June to Sunday 9th and Natasha Gelman Collection exhibition recently opened at the Art Gallery of NSW and captures how art gallery of nsw October 2016. Tickets are on sale now via the Art Gallery of NSW website. Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera - Art Gallery of NSW - Review
Archibald, Wynne, Sulman Prizes and Young Archies 2018 - Sydney - Review
Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes at the Art Gallery of NSW this year was a great experience and I is on now until the 9th of September 2018, for more information head to the Art Gallery of NSW website art gallery of nsw Last Friday, I was invited to attend the Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prize winners announcement at the Art Gallery of NSW on Friday 11th May. While there has been a great deal of controversy around the Archibald prize in the past, I find the Archibald a refreshing event where Australian artists showcase their best work to win the best portrait award and the grand prize money of $100,000. I really enjoyed looking at the different portraits varying from politicians to celebrities, sporting heroes to artists. Joanna Braithwaite: Hall of fame - portrait of Pat Corrigan. Dee Smart: Lunch in the Outback. Photo credit: @busycitykids Bringing kids to art galleries is always a gamble (I have done the hard yards and still do!) but done right when kids are not grumpy or hungry, it can be a worthy experience for them to see inspiring works. For this exhibition, the Art Gallery of NSW has taken extra care to include kid specific write-ups that explain the artwork and they question kids on their interest in the piece but also questions them about art in general. For example in the piece below by Noel Thurgate, the little note for kids had the following writing 'What is your favourite way of making art?' 'Noel Thurgate likes to use collage and assemblage to make art. In this portrait of artist Elizabeth Cummings, he uses a combination of paint, found objects, cut wood and even real bottles to depict Elizabeth's art studio. ..' It invites children to find things in paintings which they could possibly miss. Noel Thurgate: Elisabeth Cummings in her studio at Wedderburn, 1974 and 2018. Photo credit: @busycitykids The Archibald prize brings so much variety it makes this exhibition very interesting and varied which is perfect to keep the kids keen throughout the whole visit. Here's some of our favourites. Salvatore Zofrea: Sally Dowling SC. Photo credit: @busycitykids Julian Meagher: Herb and Flan. Photo credit: @busycitykids Amber Boardman: Self-care exhaustion. Photo credit: @busycitykids Anne Middleton: Guy. Photo credit: @busycitykids Del Kathryn Barton: Self-portrait with studio wife. Photo credit: @busycitykids And of course, we were all looking forward to the Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes winners' announcements on the day with Yvette Coppersmith taking the grand prize for the Archibald for her painting titled Self-portrait, after George Lambert. Yvette Coppersmith: Self-portrait, after George Lambert. Photo credit: @busycitykids Winners of the Wynne prize included Wawiriya Burton for her painting titled Ngayuku ngura (my country) which won her the Roberts Family Prize 2018, Yukultji Napangati for her painting titled Untitled which won her the Wynne Prize 2018 and Phillip Edwards for his painting titled Glory be, water tree which won him the Trustees' Watercolour Prize 2018. Winner of Roberts Family Prize 2018 - Wawiriya Burton: Ngayuku ngura (my country) Photo credit: @busycitykids Winner: Wynne Prize 2018 - Yukultji Napangati: Untitled. Photo credit: @busycitykids Winner: Trustees' Watercolour Prize 2018 - Phillip Edwards: Glory be, water tree. Photo credit: @busycitykids And last but not least, Kaylene Whiskey took home the Sir John Sulman Prize 2018 for her painting Kaylene TV and Jamie Preisz took home the Packing Room Prize 2018 for his piece of Jimmy Barnes titled Jimmy (title fight). Winner: Sir John Sulman Prize 2018 - Kaylene Whiskey: Kaylene TV. Photo credit: @busycitykids Winner: Packing Room Prize 2018 - Jamie Preisz: Jimmy (title fight). Photo credit: @busycitykids Other paintings which caught my eye was Yurpiya Lionel's Anumara, Paul Ryan's Kembla, Mount Kembla and Hiromi Tango's Red moon (which I must say is very selfie friendly ha!) Todd Robinson: Wringing core (we are letting go completely) with Yurpiya Lionel: Anumara. Photo credit: @busycitykids Paul Ryan: Kembla, Mount Kembla. Highly Commended in Wynne Prize 2018. Photo credit: @busycitykids girls. The five finalists from each age category are displayed at the Art Gallery of NSW and the
The Lady and the Unicorn - Art Gallery of NSW - Sydney - Review
Gallery of NSW's website. For more ideas on what to do with the kids in Sydney, head to our blog, our art gallery of nsw Wales until Sunday 24th of June 2018. For more information about this exhibition, head to the Art The Lady and the Unicorn - Art Gallery of NSW - Sydney - Review
'Adman: Warhol before pop' at the Art Gallery of NSW - Review
at the Art Gallery of NSW until the 28th May 2017. For more information about the exhibition or 'Adman: Warhol before pop' at the Art Gallery of NSW - Review art gallery of nsw nonetheless influenced his career. Curated by the Art Gallery of NSW and in partnership with The Andy Warhol related events, head to the Art Gallery of NSW's website. 'Adman: Warhol before pop' is an intimate exhibition currently on at the Art Gallery of NSW showcasing
Autumn School Holidays - Sydney List
art gallery of nsw Lots of great ideas to keep the little ones entertained these Sydney Autumn School Holidays! Colourwheel at the Art Gallery of NSW - photo credit: Busy City Kids Art Gallery of NSW Colourwheel - free exhibition and activity area. Kids can colour in their own seagull which relates to the exhibition and cut out coloured shapes to make their own coloured paper structure. Read our review here. Silk Road treasures - free art making activity for families. Journey along the ancient Silk Road and make your own art inspired by the beautiful objects in the exhibition Tang 唐:treasures from the Silk Road capital. On until Fri 22nd April from 11am to 4pm. All materials and instructions are provided. Entry to the exhibition not included. More info and school holiday activities at the Art Gallery of NSW here. Wild Planet at the Australian Museum - photo credit: Australian Museum Australian Museum Wild Planet - Kids see over 400 animals under one roof. Free with admission. On now.   Jet Pack Craft - Kids can make their own Jet Pack using paper bags and craft materials. $5 per child after admission. On until Sunday 24th April.   Tiny Tots (1 to 3 yrs) & Mini Explorers (3 to 5 yrs) - Kids can enjoy fun & educational programs designed especially for their age group. They can explore, take part in arts & crafts, dress up and sensory activities and sing and play musical instruments. $8 to $10 per child. On until Friday 22nd April.   Kidspace - Free kid zone where little ones under 5 can explore cubby house pods (bug pod, marine pod, volcano pod, observation pod and imagination pod). There is also a baby space for curious crawlers as well as a feeding and changing area. On every day during opening hours. More info and school holiday activities at the Australian Museum here Creative Play at the Sydney Opera House - photo credit: Sydney Opera House Sydney Opera House Kids at the House - Various music and theatre shows as well as Junior Adventure and Lunch options during the school holidays. Times and ticket prices vary.   Creative Play - Free installation during the school holidays. These holidays children can come and try to break the unbreakable line of the interactive digital drawing wall. 10am to 4pm during the holidays. More info and school holiday activities at the Sydney Opera House here. The Art of the Brick: DC Comics at the Powerhouse Museum - photo credit MA AS Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences The Art of the Brick: DC Comics - 120 large-scale sculptures
Colourwheel at the Art Gallery of NSW
Colourwheel at the Art Gallery of NSW On our recent visit to Sydney, little Miss and I visited the Art Gallery of NSW and headed straight , so we did! Colourwheel is on at the Art Gallery of NSW until May 29th 2016 and is FREE for everyone
Busy City Kids - Sydney March 2017 Events Lineup
kids! All ages. Adults $10 to $22. Child $7 to $13. Read our review here.   Art Gallery of NSW - Adman .   Art Gallery of NSW - Drop in and make: Every cloud has a silver lining - Sun 5th & 19th March donation welcome. Ages 4+. More info here.   Art Gallery of NSW - Tours for tots: Shape, structure
Busy City Kids - Sydney July School Holidays 2017
Workshops at the Art Gallery of NSW - Head to the Art Gallery of NSW these school holidays, explore the
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. Art Gallery of NSW - Level 1 - Near the Café and Lifts Change table, sink, chair for feeding - Mens and Accessible Bathrooms Change table in each bathroom. Yet to be visited. Art Gallery of NSW - Lower
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