MUSWELLBROOK ART PRIZE
Vilna Gates painting Featured in Muswelbrook art prize as a finalist.
The Vilna Gates, a Victorian design gateway that I have been working with for the past year. Embossed on the cover and printed as a frontispiece of the Talmud, I have seen this imagery all my life growing up as a Hassidic Jew. The gates represent the passageway through a world of ‘what you know now' and invites the reader into a world of study and education. I have placed the gates in this Australian highway landscape to depict the environment I find myself in today as a 25 year old male, Australian, agnostic Jew in Sydney.
6 - 8pm Saturday 14 March 2020
17 - 03 - 2020 Solo Exhibition
SHOW CANCELED - Please view online.
Join us for drinks with the artist for the opening launch of HASSIDIC.
ONE NIGHT EVENT!
17th March 2020
Gallery opens from 6pm - 8pm
20 Farr st Marrickville Sydney
07 - 11 - 2019
Sydney Art Collective Gallery Launch
We’ve renovated, rebuilt, and rebranded, and we want to welcome you to SAC. With our new gallery and studio space in Marrickville we’ll be showing a variety of in-house and orbital artists in an expansive variety of mediums. We're excited with our opening lineup, featuring:
Danielle Becknell - @danielle_becknell Fernando do Campo - @ferdocampo
Campbell Henderson - @spectrumsupreme Morus Quin - @morus.quin
Ally Russell-Floyd - @allytessrf Linda Sok - @lendasock
Jacob Spokes - @jacobspokes Adrianne Taravel - @adrianne.taravel
Hal Witney - @drippywilly Yoss - @yosef_yitzchok
10 - 05 - 2019
NOX, Latin for night, is a night sculpture walk around the Randwick Environment Park. Experience the natural environment like never before as artists from UNSW Art & Design transform the park and wetland into an illuminated outdoor art gallery.
For three nights only artworks will be installed around the park to form a leisurely 1.5km loop walk, starting and ending at the Randwick Community Centre.
All artworks on the journey will be powered and lit by renewable energy sources.
The after dark art continues with our new addition – NOX Night Cinema. Students from UNSW School of the Arts and Media will be screening short films and animations which will be on rotation in the auditorium, based around the themes of ecology and sustainability.
After the walk, grab a bean bag and chill out under the starry skies with a drink or gelato from event supporters ArchieRose, as well as our valued local food trucks and the introduction of Gelato Messina.
Food trucks and bar will be trading throughout the night.
Come for the art, stay for the fun!
ALL THE ABOVE
05 - 12 - 2018
Come and see some art and celebrating the end of our bachelors degree!
This project has been supported by Arc @ UNSW Ltd under their 2018 Art & Design Grants scheme
and sponsored by Young Henrys!
“And if the tears came to their eyes, as Lola’s at that moment, one was simply at a loss. Grown-up people’s tears were a mystical catastrophe, the sort of tears God sheds over wickedness of mankind. From another point of view, of course, he respected Lola for being so passionate. Mathieu had explained to him that a human being ought to have passions, and Descartes had said so too.” (Jean Paul Sartre in The Age of Reason)
Taking inspiration from Jean Paul Sartre in The Age of Reason, All of the Above: even including adults tears, is an end of year show for a class of third year UNSW Art and Design sculpture, performance, and installation students. While All of the Above refers to our unique and diverse collection of students exhibiting in the show, Adults Tears refers to the retrospective and emotive journey each of our individual artistic practices takes as we mature.
Sivaan Lansdowne Walker
Opening night 5th December, 6-9PM
Exhibition goes from 5th till 9th December
Gallery open 11-6pm
THE BIG HASSIDIC SCRIBBLE
11 - 07 - 2018
immersive collaborative art making
canvases, art supplies and pens on the stalls
likutei moharan + concepts
live interactive scribbling and doodling with artists:
+All the way from Oz: Yossi Sebban
13 - 10 - 2016
Join us for drinks, art and live music at the opening night of Yossi's first solo show, exhibiting 'Salad Days' a variety of works from the past three years, on display for the next month.
Live music: CUBS
~ 2 Campbell Parade Bondi ~
"Salad days" is a Shakespearean idiomatic expression to refer to a youthful time, accompanied by the inexperience, enthusiasm, idealism, innocence, or indiscretion that one associates with a young person.
Yossi is a Sydney-based emerging artist who creates paintings, mixed media works on paper and canvas, using graphite, acrylic markers and paint. In 2013, he completed a Certificate IV in fine arts at St George Kogarah Tafe and is currently studying a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons) at UNSW Art and Design where he continues to move forward into printmaking, painting and drawing.
He has been showcased in group shows and has been commissioned for paintings and murals.
Thursday 13th October, 5-7pm
YEAH NAH YEAH
04 - 12 - 2016
Round #3 m8s!
The YNY crew is back in the kitchen cooking up a stooorm with some tasty local flavours... Get your party hats ready for another cracker ;-|
Names must be on the attending/interested list before the evening or will be refused entry as this is an exclusive event and we must have a list. PM any of us guys to invite your friends.
Lars and the Stars
Dj Don Draper
Yeah Nah Yeah DJs
Yossi (Live Work)
Alex Stevenson (video DJ)
More info to come...
19 - 09 - 2014
Yossi sketches, paints in acrylic and oil and dabbles in sculpture. In 2013 he achieved a Certificate 4 in Fine Arts and is currently studying a diploma of Fine Arts at St George College. He has been in a number of group shows and has showcased his artwork at markets and pop up shops. Yossi does commissioned paintings and murals, and live art for a variety of events.
Honnery studied specialist make-up at the Australasian College Broadway. After graduating in June she was flown to Austria to compete at The Worldwide Bodypainting Festival – an internationally renowned industry festival attracting thousands from the arts world. Tashi was thrilled with her success at the competition being placed 15th in her category. Tashi’s work at the festival was featured in several international publications.