At The shed at Palm Creek Folk Festival
REGGAE, REVOLUTION and MORE... located at 'The Shed' for Palm Creek Folk Festival 2017
Co-hosted by Artgaze Lab Inc, Full Throttle Theatre Company, Cry Tuff, Cranky Curlew Productions and local muscians workshops & poetry slam. Featuring screenings by Artgaze Film Club presented by Merwez Whaleboat and Astro Black. Vinyl and beats featuring Cry Tuff Experience with Astro Black and Nick Emtage and various artists complemented by a dedicated line up of Artgaze Band of Vinyl Br...
If you didn't see Rainbow Vomit last year, go see it this weekend. But book quickly because the people who saw it last year probably want to see it again...
Friday June 2
Make sure you go see this is your in Sydney Town, beautiful work by a dedicated and talented natural artist Natasha Wills.
Rise of the Kings
Artgaze Film Club screen at Umbrella studio Friday 19th May. Doors open 7.00pm. Artgaze Lab Inc, Pop Up Bar (cash only) & Unique vinyl & sound sets included. Bee bop, Beastie Boys and other apropriatedly themed gems. Entry is an Artgaze film club memberships. If your not a member already, you can purchase a 3 month membership on the door for $15.00.
screenings: presented by Todd Barty
Roy Lichtenstein: Tokyo Brushstrokes (1995) 30 min. Rated PG
followed after interval by f...eature documentary Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child (2010) 1h 28min | Documentary. Rated M.
About the Films:
Roy Lichtenstein: Tokyo Brushstrokes courtesy of Checkerboard Film Foundation, New York. This film offers comprehensive documentation on a major public sculpture by the Pop master, Roy Lichtenstein. In the 1980s he embarked on a series of "monumental brushstroke sculptures" which became public works in Paris, Barcelona and, in 1994, Tokyo.
Feature: 'Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child' (2010) Director Tamra Davis pays homage to her friend in this definitive documentary but also delves into Basquiat as an iconoclast. His dense, bebop-influenced neoexpressionist work emerged while minimalist, conceptual art was the fad; as a successful black artist, he was constantly confronted by racism and misconceptions. Much can be gleaned from insider interviews and archival footage, but it is Basquiat's own words and work that powerfully convey the mystique and allure of both the artist and the man.
Postcards from the North & South 2017 - sorting out PressNorth Printmaker's prints for our collaborative exhibition with Firestation Print Studio and 67th Street Printmakers. 2017's exhibitions would showcase another great collection of prints from 3 passionate groups of printmakers.