I’m sitting my exhibition ” my house is one of many” for the last time today at The Emporium Newcastle. It’s been a lovely social time. There’s an informal sense of fun accompanying the stroll through these creative shops once known as David Jones. art! It certainly gets you out there.
Just letting all my blog followers know that tomorrow my exhibition at The Emporium opens at 10am. So far the opening hours are as follows:
If anything changes I’ll let you know or for quicker updates follow me on facebook or instagram at kerrismithartist. The exhibition concludes Saturday 8th March. Looking forward to seeing and meeting many people so come in and say hello.
Oh and there will be an informal opening at 1pm Saturday 21st Feb. Cheese, bickies and a bit of wine available.
It’s that time of the year again when we cross our fingers for good weather so Civic Park can become a thriving hub of activity for that one day of the summer Art Bazaar. And that day is tomorrow Saturday 6th of December. With over 100 sites for us eager creatives it’s sure to be an inspiring event for all who come in for a look. With extended trading hours (10am-8pm)this year there’s plenty of time to get in to Civic Park and find pressies to impress. So if you decide to venture in tomorrow make sure you seek me out. Cheers!
Well next week is the opening of an exhibition I’m in titled Printed Matter. The Emporium Newcastle with its old David Jones memories intact is the venue.
As part of the Renew Newcastle project I’m pleased to be participating in what I think is a vital and of course character adding monument to the city. Without the Renew Newcastle incentive this city would be a tired and neglected ruin. By introducing creative and vibrant ideas we now have a fascinating urban space that shuns the boredom of mass production.
But back to our exhibition. As part of the Newcastle Printmakers Association the lovely Amanda Donohue called out for expressions of interest regarding an exhibition in the Project Space of the Emporium. Finding the opportunity too good to refuse I found myself emailing a positive response. And here we are now in November with the exhibition only days away.
Printed Matter will exhibit the work of myself and 4 other wonderful artists. I along with Amanda Donohue, Robyn Culley and Therese Gabriel Wilkins will exhibit works on paper. The remaining artist Lynne Britten is a textile artist printing images onto glorious silk swathes.
So come along and help us celebrate the opening of Printed Matter Saturday 15th November 2pm. Wine and cheese will definitely be on the menu.