To the Edges: 60 years of Sydney Printmakers, Exhibition Opening

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Join Sasha Grishin AM, FAHA, Emeritus Professor ANU as he opens our new exhibition.

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By considering the use of the printmaking media in innovative and unconventional ways, as well as co-opting new media in the development of their works, the artists of Sydney Printmakers have worked ‘to the edges’ physically and metaphorically pushing their materials, ideas and themselves to their limits.

Sydney Printmakers is the longest-running independent printmaking membership organisation in Australia. It continues to demonstrate its currency in the quality and diversity of the work its artists create, and in the collegiate way its members work to share ideas and resources, and to support each other. As a group, it is thriving - and celebrates its sixty-year milestone with this especially curated exhibition.

Exhibition dates: 25 June – 1 August 2021

Covid-19 restrictions apply

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Image detail: Barbara Davidson, Time flies to the edges and disappears, 2021

lithography and collage, 41 x 104cm

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When we opened in 1930, MAG&M was NSW’s first metropolitan-based public regional gallery. Today we’re a hub of cultural activity on the Northern Beaches, with changing art and museum exhibitions, and a stimulating program of art workshops for both kids and adults, artist talks, performances and special events. 

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