2 awesome shows i am involved with this week at THE TATE GALLERY in Glebe.
Come down and say G’day!
The Tate gallery in Glebe is bringing some top notch shows to the inner west including these two gems this week!
The Tate Gallery: 345 Glebe Pt Rd / Glebe / 2037 / Sydney City
THIS FRIDAY AUG 10: KINGBROWN NO.8 LAUNCH SYDNEY
THIS FRIDAY: KINGBROWN NO.8 LAUNCH SYDNEY
345 Glebe Pt Rd, Glebe, New South Wales 2037
Friday, August 10, 2012
Co-curated by Kingbrown (NY), Morning Breath Studio (NY) & The Hours (SYD), issue 8 features work and studio visits of numerous skateboard-related artists. Following the launch of Kingbrown in New York, The Tate Gallery & The Hours proudly present the Sydney leg of the International launch featuring a cross section of artists from Kingbrown No 8 as well as supporting local artists from within the Kingbrown Family.
Mike Giant / Stefan Marx / Ben Horton / Steve Gourlay / Troy Archer / Beastman / Thomas Jackson / Numskull / Sheryo / Twoone / Mark Alsweiler / Gimiks Born / Sam Smith / Max Berry / Roach / Yok / Ian Mutch / Kyle Hughes-Odgers
There will be 50 copies of Issue 8 on sale at the event. Each Issue comes with a Morning Breath Die Cut, DIY Skateboard and a Ltd Ed. Kingbrown x Beastman x Element TShirt.
Exhibition runs until Sunday 12 Aug
The Opening Hours
THIS WED AUG 8: OXFAM TRAIL WALKERS EXHIBITION
A group exhibition for Oxfams Trailwalker team ‘The Richard Lloyd Runners’ to help some of the world’s poorest people
Featuring Artworks and love from: Roachy, Chris Loutfy, Takie, Robin Hearfield, Scott Marsh, Hunt The Light, Kyle Lees, Will Cooke, Taken By Tim & David Hewitson.
On the weekend of 26-28 August 2011, Trail Walkers will be venturing 100km to raise money and awareness for Oxfam Australia. The event is Oxfam Trailwalker Sydney 2011. It begins at Parsley Bay on the Hawkesbury, travels through Sydney’s beautiful and rugged northern bushlands, before finishing at Georges Heights on Sydney Harbour.
Teams of four enter this event and have 48 hours to walk or run the 100km trail. The event raises vital funds for Oxfam Australia. Oxfam is an independent, secular, non-government organisation working in more than 28 countries including Indigenous Australia.
Trail Walkers are hoping to raise money to help some of the world’s poorest people. Our fundraising enables Oxfam to continue its work delivering projects such as supporting orphans and people affected by HIV and AIDS in Southern Africa, that educate people in Laos on efficient farming techniques and that improve Indigenous health and wellbeing in regional Australia.
Exhibition runs for one night only
The Opening Hours
Oxfam Trail Walkers