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Stencil Art Forum

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In partnership with the Stencil Art Prize 2015, Joshua Smith, Losop, Poncho Army, Boo; as well as Gallery Director Bill Dimas (aMBUSH Gallery) and Academic Dr Jacqueline Millner (Sydney University), will discuss key philosophical and artistic questions concerning the stencil art discipline.

Hosted by gallerist Ariana Leane, the forum aims to critically debate and question what exactly stencil art is and what it could be. With expert insight from panel members with broad backgrounds, the forum is a unique occasion to ask your burning questions.

This is the inaugural event for the Stencil Art Forum in Australia and we are excited to be hosted by our friends at the Stencil Art Prize. Key topics for discussion include; defining ‘stencil art’; is technology an integral aspect of stencil art; why stencil art here and now; and what the future holds for the discipline? The forum will be followed by a Q&A with an open invitation to ask questions.

The forum aims to encourage artists, collectors, professionals, enthusiast and the general public to take part in the discussion for what will surely be an insightful and interesting afternoon of artistic discourse.

aMBUSH Gallery, Saturday 17th October from 2pm for this free event.
Level 3, Central Park, 28 Broadway, Chippendale NSW 2008

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Open Street Art

Curated and produced by aMBUSH Gallery, in conjunction with Darling Quarter, OPEN offers large-scale, captivating public art exhibitions. The precinct’s debut exhibition runs from Friday 21st September, til 26thOctober. OPEN STREET ART, featuring some of VNA’s favourite Australian artists; Anthony Lister, Beastman , Shannon Crees and Hiroyasu Tsuri (aka TWOONE).

OPEN STREET ART explores the changing relationship between street artists, their work and their audiences, as the most significant art movement of the last ten years continues to grow. Darling Quarter is gearing up to become a premier cultural hub in the city, supporting the arts, partnering with cultural organisations such as aMBUSH Gallery to connect with the community.

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