Tap Gallery * Enchanted Garden POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE $10 ENTRY BY DONATION. LIMITED SEATS CALL O400610440 AND PAY OVER THE PHONE TO GUARANTEE A TICKET DISCOUNT FOR EARLY BIRDS 20%
ARTISTS’ TALK on date T.B.A., pending restrictions being lifted. Collection of art works at date T.B.A..
Real Refusés Tap Gallery If you were not selected for ARCHIBALD, WYNNE or SULMAN this year? Exhibit your work in the REAL REFUSÉS REAL REFUSÉS EXHIBITION – 14th June onwards. JUDGE YVES HERNOT Knight/Chevalier of the Order National of Mérite (Culture) PRESENTATION NIGHT – SATURDAY 19TH JUNE AT 5 PM. Read more…
Announcing the PYRMONT ART PRIZE 2021 in conjunction with the food & wine Fair 11th & 12th September
Calling all artists – Pyrmont Art Prize. Cash prizes! Sat/Sun 11/12 September 2021. Pirrima Park, Ultimo . Entry $20. Works up to 40×50 cm on stretched canvas no frames or glass. Use your own, or collect a canvas from Tap Gallery, 259 Riley St, Surry Hills. Submit works to Tap by Wed Sept 8.
Andrew Bowden & Nicola Rule present TROON HOUSE Art & Costume Exhibition 31 May – 6 June. Launch Night Tuesday 1st 6pm.
Andrew Bowden & Nicola Rule present TROON HOUSE Art & Costume Exhibition 31 May – 6 June. Launch Night: 6-9pm Tue Jun 1. Designer Talk: 4-7pm, Sat Jun 5.
CALLING ALL LGBTQI ARTISTS TO SUBMIT FOR The PRIDE ART PRIZE & Exhibition 7-13 June. JUDGED AND SPONSORED BY YVES HERNOT. $1000 CASH PRIZES PRIX YVES HERNOT Saturday 12th June 5pm.
PRIDE EXHIBITION AT TAP GALLERY 7TH – 13TH JUNE 2021 ENTRY $25 JUDGE YVES HERNOT Knight/Chevalier of the Order National of Mérite (Culture) PRESENTATION NIGHT – SATURDAY 12TH JUNE AT 5 PM. PRIX YVES HERNOT – $1000 IN CASH PRIZES The Sydney Pride Festival 2021 “Diversity, Equality and Inclusion” will Read more…
Calling All Artists to TAP SALON SHOW in conjunction with the performing arts play ‘RAPE & OTHER ACCEPTABLE PRACTICES’
SALON SHOW – in conjunction with the performing arts play ” RAPE & OTHER ACCEPTABLE PRACTICES” an Australian play written by Dr. Daniel Widdowson and directed by Sylvia Marie Keays which will run from 17th – 30th May. A commentary on unacceptable social problems. The power of artists’ interpretations and Read more…