ART+SCIENCE RESIDENCY 2015 – Georgie Brinkman & Alex Wight
25 Jun-01 Jul 2015 Thu-Wed 11am-4pm / FREE
Georgina Brinkman and Alex Wight are a multi-disciplinary artist duo interested in the lasting impacts of British colonialism on the environment, and Norfolk Island, in their 2015 Artist Residency at CULTURE AT WORK.
CULTURE AT WORK Artist in Residence Georgia Saxelby
1-28 June 2015 / Launch Wed 8 July 2015 / FREE
Georgia Saxelby is an artist in residence at CULTURE AT WORK in 2015. We are waiting with anticipation to see the new work in her exhibition on Thursday 9 July 2015 at ACCELERATOR Gallery.
LAURA JADE – BRAIN LIGHT PROJECT – RESIDENCY 2015
11-17 Jun 2015 11am-4pm Closed Monday / FREE
Laura Jade’s Brain Light Project and exhibition at CULTURE AT WORK’s Accelerator Gallery integrates biology and illumination design into an interactive, sculpture cut from perspex, and engraved with dendrites.
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:
CULTURE AT WORK® Emerging Artist Residency Program 2015
January to July 2015 / FREE
The CULTURE AT WORK® Emerging Artists in Residence Professional Development Program 2015 is supported by State Street. All artists have been selected for the program to July 2015. To find out more about the exhibitions and performances linked to this program please subscribe to the CULTURE AT WORK® newsletter.
Rachel Park CULTURE AT WORK Artist-in-Residence 2015
Dec to May 2015
Artist in Residence at CULTURE AT WORK 2015 Rachel Park has been awarded a scholarship to study a Masters in Fine Art at Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney, and this is the closing weeks of her residency at Culture at Work before she flies the nest. The Sydney Morning Herald image of Rachel Park’s I AM, 176 hours of installation of jumbo roll, toilet paper on the back wall of the Accelerator Gallery has become an iconic image. CULTURE AT WORK looks forward to keeping up with Rachel Park’s new work at SCA in 2015.