Jo Burzynska – Culture at Work Artist in Residence 2018
04-12 Aug 2018 / Exhibition Free entry
Jo Burzynska – CULTURE AT WORK Art-Science Residency 2018
Jo Burzynska is multi-sensory artist whose parallel backgrounds in sound art and professional wine writing have increasingly converged in the production of art at the intersection of the senses. This regularly combines audition and the chemical senses (taste and olfaction), the interaction between and its creative application is also the topic of her current interdisciplinary doctoral research at UNSW Art & Design.
CULTURE AT WORK Artist in Residence 2017 Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger
Art Science Residency
CULTURE AT WORK Artist in Residence 2017 Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger. My residency will explore how our contemporary society, tourism and consumerism, is affecting isolated island communities around the world.
Cadavre Exquis – Accelerator Gallery, Culture at Work
26 Feb - 7 Mar 2015 11am -5pm / FREE
Cadavre Exquis is an exhibition at Culture at Work’s Accelerator Gallery, Pyrmont is curated by Soyoun Kim based on a game. the artists include Jayanto Damanick, David Mills, Ganbold Lundaa, Somchair Charoen and Soyoun. A collaborative project launched by Catherine Croll.
EXHIBITION & RESIDENCY
06 Nov -15 Nov 2014 Thur-Sun 1pm-5pm / FREE
Sara Morawetz is a 2014 Artist in Residence and Ph.D. candidate in visual arts at Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney. She is also a visiting scholar at Parsons school of Fine Art, New School, New York. yet there is method is a research exhibition at Accelerator gallery from Thur 6 Nov – Sat 15 Nov. Open Thur – Sun 1pm – 5pm. Talk and closing drinks Sat 15 Nov 3-5pm.
Sponsors and Partners 2015-16
Sponsorship and Partners
CULTURE AT WORK is passionate about collaborating with partners and sponsors on projects inspiring future generations of creative thinkers at our art-science creative hub.
Supporters and Partners include:
Accelerator Gallery Hire
$250 per week plus gst
ACCELERATOR Gallery is available for exhibition hire to artists working across interdisciplinary art, science, technology or performance works. Culture at Work is now accepting exhibition proposals for 2016-17.