StarGazing - Celebrating The International Year of Astronomy 2009

Presented by At The Vanishing Point and Hardware Gallery

At The Vanishing Point Contemporary Art, Newtown presents it's Autumn show of the season and Second birthday on Friday 3rd April with a joint show in conjunction with Hardware Gallery, Enmore Road. Artists were asked to respond to the theme of Stargazing in acknowledgement of The International Year of Astronomy. Fifty artists have been selected and will be exhibited across the two galleries.

Art Exhibition previously on in Australia.
From Friday 03 April 2009 to Sunday 19 April 2009
Launch Friday 03 April 2009, At The Vanishing Point Thurs 10am-8pm, Fri 10am-6pm, Sat/Sun 10am-5pm Hardware Gallery Tues-Sat 11am-5pm

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The opening night will also be a celebration of ATVPs two years in existence, starting from scratch, the gallery has built a substantial reputation in the local community exhibiting more than 400 artists, creating events such as The Sculpturthon and The Marrickville Contemporary Art Prize and attracting over 1000 visitors per month.

ATVPs opening night will include live performances from: Liam Bensom, Billy Bob (Naomi Oliver), Tanya Richards, Ebony Secombe, Goran Tomic & live music by: Sleep Debt, Kaleid, Meloiqa (George Tillianakis), Bradford Street

Then, the next day, Saturday the 4th, Hardware Gallery on Enmore Road will host the second part of the exhibition at 3pm. Hardware Gallery moved to Enmore 3 years ago and celebrate their 10th birthday in 2009. In the past three years, Hardware Gallery has continued to hold regular exhibitions with both emerging and well established Australian artists as well as a unique variety of collaborative group exhibitions each year.
Stargazing marks the second of many exciting joint art projects between At The Vanishing Point and Hardware Gallery and represents a dynamic relationship between two thriving art spaces in Sydney’s Inner West. Free artists talks will be held at both galleries on the 18th and 19th April, featureing a selection of exhibiting artists discussing their work and ideas with the public.