Monday, 23 November 2015

Deep Green and Bright Blue - Downing








Two rides have been incorporated into the November exhibition. Deep Green and Bright Blue - Downing, Saturday 14 and Inner West Food and Art Trail, Saturday 28. Both rides begin at Summer Hill Rail Station, meet at 10.45am for 11 departure. Bookings essential via Meetup. Click on links above to RSVP and view photos. Thanks to Sue, Haidi and Fiona.

Images from Sat 14 Nov Ride











Monday, 19 October 2015

Deep Green and Bright Blue

Deep Green and Bright Blue
12 September to 26 September 2015
Big FAG Press, Archway 4 Chapman Rd, Glebe NSW
Sydney College of the Arts Gallery, Kirkbride Way, Lilyfield, NSW












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Sunday, 22 February 2015

Site Lines

Site Lines
20 February to 3 March 2015
Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Art Centre 
782 Kingsway Gymea NSW 2227

Solo show of recent works by Gilbert Grace featuring paintings, 
prints, drawings and installations. 

  


Social Ride skirting the fringes of Bate Bay, Botany Bay, 
Woolooware Bay, and Hazelhurst Gallery, Gymea.
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Thursday, 9 October 2014

Cognoscenti

Cognoscenti

ARTcycle members show 2014
Opening Thursday 9 October 



Home@735
735 Bourke St, Redfern East

proud to be pART of the Sydney Rides Festival 2014

Thursday, 14 November 2013

Super Six

SUPER SIX

DNA Projects 3 Blackwattle St Chippendale
14 November to 6 December 2013

Curated by Gilbert Grace. Six+1 artists responding to the architectural, environmental, social and historical aspects of asbestos in the built environment. ‘Super Six’ corrugated asbestos cement sheeting was one of James Hardie’s signature products. ‘Super Six’ is to commercial sites what the ‘fibro sheet’ is to domestic cottages.

ARTISTS

Connie Anthes – material investigation (2-3D)
Warren Armstrong – multimedia installation.
Gilbert Grace – sculptural paper (installation)
Sarah Breen Lovett - expanded architecture (video)
Georgina Pollard – multi media installation
Peter Williamson - sculptural weaving installation


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Saturday, 5 October 2013

The Common Wheel



The Common Wheel


Newtown based artist and SCA MFA candidate Gilbert Grace is undertaking a residency titled 'The Common Wheel' for Culture At Work in the Accelerator Gallery, 6-8 Scott St Pyrmont, from 20 September to 20 October 2013. This is number 8 out of 10 residencies in the 2013 Culture at Work program, http://cultureatwork.com.au/#/ideas. 'The Common Wheel' also features as part of the Art And About 2013 program, http://www.artandabout.com.au/festival-program/the-common-wheel/

Important dates:

Residency: 21 September - 19 October 2013.
Exhibition: 05 October - 19 October 2013, Accelerator Gallery, 6-8 Scott St Pyrmont.
  • Saturday, 21 September, 9am-12pm and 1pm-4pm, Rolling Sketch tours. Free, materials provided, own bike and helmet essential.
  • Saturday, 05 October, 9am-1 pm Randomner, 1pm-4pm Rally Cat, own bike and helmet essential. 5pm-6pm Opening drinks Accelerator Gallery.
  • Saturday, 12 October, 10am-12pm, ArtRide Workshop Accelerator Gallery.
  • Saturday, 19 October, 2pm-4pm Pyrmont Tour, own bike and helmet essential. 5pm-6pm Closing drinks Accelerator Gallery.
Events are free and materials will be provided. Booking essential via MeetUp, http://www.meetup.com/Art-Cycle-Sydney/.



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Friday, 27 July 2012

Residency Action Committee Vehicle (RACV)


ARTcycle residency at INDEXspace 

28 July - 11 August 2012

Residency Action Committee Vehicle (RACV)
(last updated 7 July 2012)

preparations for the post-petrol economy

Saturday
28 July
Inner West Food and Art Trail
Free. Meet 10am Arterial Gallery
Inner West Food and Art Trail Map
Sunday
29 July
Rolling Sketch Tour
$30 including materials. Limit 10.
Meet 1pm Tempe Station.
Monday
30 July
Install INDEX – 9am/5pm.
Tue – Fri
31 Jul-
3 Aug
Open workshops – 9am/5pm.
Free. INDEX project space, St Peters.
Saturday
4 Aug
Arte Povera workshop and soup kitchen
Free. INDEX project space. 9am/1pm. 
ART1st Ride Initiative -
Free. Meet INDEX 1pm.
ART1st Ride Initiative Map
Sunday
5 Aug
Rolling Sketch Tour
$30 including materials. Limit 10.
Meet 1pm Addison Rd Markets.
Mon-Fri
6-10 Aug
To be confirmed.
Saturday
11 Aug
Arte Povera workshop and soup kitchen
Free. INDEX project space. 9am - 1pm.
Closing drinks – 12pm/1pm.


ARTcycle Inc will hold a two week long exploration of issues of sustainability, imaginings of a post-petrol economy, derives in the local environment, close scrutiny of historical and ecological themes.

Artists and members are invited to participate in rides, discussions and workshops and the inclusion of artworks suitable for display in the central gallery space.

Flyer: The Gamut - Residency Action Committee vehicle (pdf updated 7 July 2012)

Contact: Gilbert at info@artcyclesydney.com or

INDEX space
60 Hutchinson St,
St Peters. NSW
9590 7704
(please enter via gate on Lackey St, look for the white bicycle symbol)
The Sydney Green Ring (http://www.sydneygreenring.org/)
ARTcycle Inc (http://www.artcyclesydney.com


Email: info@indexspace.com.au 

This project was supported by a grant from the New South Wales Government - Arts NSW and the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments. The program is administered by the National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA).




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Sunday, 22 July 2012

The Gamut

THE GAMUT
2012

The Sydney Green Ring Art Project is to recognize and draw upon the face of the city, the simple form of a circle, drawing together and connecting existing infrastructure, green spaces, waterways, bicycle paths, sites of historical and artistic importance. Fifteen artists will be invited to participate in seminars and forums and to submit proposals. From these ten artists will be invited to make work pertaining to and/or located along its perimeter. The artists will make connections between sites of ecological, social, and historical importance that exist in disconnected relationship to one another along the circumference of the Green Ring. In this way, by emphasizing and iterating these implicit connections, The Sydney Green Ring Art Project will endeavour to make them manifest, actualizing the circle into a usable, sustainable, unified historical, cultural, and ecological form inscribed onto the already existing topography of the city.

The Sydney Green Ring Art Project has been renamed The Gamut in recognition of its holistic approach to the temporal, corporeal, intellectual and historical, and for some, the spiritual connectedness of the parts to the whole. The Gamut is a continuation of the investigation into the realationship between art and the bicycle begun with The Gauntlet.

External links: 



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Monday, 24 October 2011

Sketching The Gamut

SKETCHING THE GAMUT
(click on image for larger view)
24-29 October 2011 

ARTcycle Inc. ATVP and INDEX. are presenting a one week exhibition in October at INDEX. Art Space. Sketching the Gamut will be preliminary stage of a larger art project called THE GAMUT.

'The Gamut', is an art project that will involve drawing upon the face of the city, the rough outline of a circle. This form, called The Sydney Green Ring will not be drawn in pencil or ink, but in the topography and built environment of the living city. By mapping together and connecting existing infrastructure, green spaces, waterways, bicycle paths, sites of historical and artistic importance, The Gamut will both discover and inscribe this form in the awareness and imagination of its public. Thus emphasizing and iterating these implicit connections, The Gamut will endeavor to make them manifest, actualizing the circle into a unified, usable, sustainable form inscribed onto the already existing topography of the city.
 
Sketching The Gamut will present a body of work exploring and promoting the potentials of The Sydney Green Ring to improve the sustainability, livability, and biodiversity of the Inner Sydney Region. All works will be propositional and speculative, experimental models describing or evoking projects that could potentially be made in the real environment as a part of the larger project of The Gamut. Proposed works need not be achievable but should explore and promote the potentials of The Sydney Green Ring with the intention of opening dialogue and developing strategies toward real world outcomes.

Sketching The Gamut will include a one week exhibition, a bicycle tour of The Sydney Green Ring (over two days), and a public forum to discuss the issues raised by the project.

info@indexspace.com.au 

This project was supported by a grant from the New South Wales Government - Arts NSW and the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments. The program is administered by the National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA).




Saturday, 24 September 2011

Tour the Green Ring

TOUR THE GREEN RING 
24-25 September 2011
(Rides 3 & 4 postponed)

(click on image for larger view)


(click on image for larger view)



Saturday 24 September and Sunday 25 September  2011
(Rides 3 & 4 postponed) 

This ride is a NSW Bike Week event supported by NSW Government through the RTA and is part of The Gamut Series of events.

All BNSW Ride Conditions apply (see PushOn for disclaimer). All Riders must be current or temporary members of ARTcycle, and we encourage all cyclists to join BNSW.

Free event - registration essential. Download the pdf form here. Scan and return or print mail to the address on the form.

Contact: info_at_artcyclesydney.com