Anne_Numont_artwork detail called Night Study #7

Anne Numont

Night Study #7 (detail)

pastel & graphite pencil on Arches watercolour paper


inTransit Art Space

The inTransit Art Space is located in Council Chambers and open during office hours Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. 

The space provides exhibition opportunities to artists and arts groups in the Northern Sydney area. 

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Current Exhibition

Between Landscapes, Anne Numont

8 August – 9 September 2019

A selection of finely detailed drawings on paper by artist, Anne Numont, who explores concepts around themes of landscape & liminality. Anne says

My art practice reminds me of my relationship with nature and the physical world, the impact of the environment on humans and vice versa. So as a transient space, inTransit suits these works because the landscapes I draw, some of particular places, can be seen as archetypal, universal or a 'non-place' They reflect a current human experience of combined realities yet offer disruption to our frenetic existence by providing stillness to contemplate it.

Anne Numont is a local artist who draws, makes paper, plus installations. A finalist in the North Sydney Art Prize (2013, 2015, 2017, 2019) she was selected for the Council-curated ‘RED PROJECT’ exhibition in 2018. Anne currently practices in Council’s Primrose Park Artist Studio Program and her work is held in our Local Studies Art Collection.

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Previous Exhibitions

Artworks from across Central Australia’s Pitjantjatjara, Yankunytjatjara and Nyangatjatjara communities

2 July - 7 August 2019

Represented by Maruku Arts which is Anangu owned and proud, artists and knowledge keepers have created artworks and wood objects that tell stories of place, language and ceremony. Starting on the lands and rippling out to the nation, these works will share their stories with the North Sydney community while on display in the inTransit Art Space.

This project was made possible through a partnership between Maruku Arts, Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College, the 2019 Gai-mariagal Festival and North Sydney Council.

Gai-mariagal Festival brochure (all events) (15MB)




un-Contained: An exhibition of fibre art by Lissa-Jane de Sailles

30 May - 1 July 2019

This exhibition explores the use of traditional weft twining techniques in the construction of two dimensional circular sculptural forms. ‘un-Contained’ is a colourful and playful experiment in colour, texture and the use of traditional basketry techniques. Most of the works are inspired by natural phenomena encountered during a six week basketry study tour of the USA in 2017. The title ‘Uncontained’ plays with the notion of using basketry techniques for making objects other than traditional utilitarian containers.


inTransit Basketry Exhibition



LIGHT WAVES: An exhibition of photography by Primrose Park Photography

25 April- 27 May 2019

Light waves can be identified by their properties of reflection, refraction, and dispersion. Using analogue and digital technology, each photographer in this exhibition explores their interpretations of this theme, inspired by the capture of water and light. 



Image:  Heather Fernon, Torrent Landscape Willoughby Falls Primrose Park, 2019


READINGS - an exhibition of textile works by Rhonda Pryor

27 March - 22 April 2019 

Rhonda Pryor

Image: Rhonda Pryor, Cloud 1 (2018) Linen, reclaimed textiles (faux fur, men's suiting, WW2 military uniform), thread, hand painted timber frame, 101 x 76 cm



13 February - 19 March 2019

An exhibition of new photographic works by Gerry Lefoe, Mark Penny, Shawn Sjinstra, Lynn Smith & Martin Smith. Curated by Lynn Smith.

Nostalgia Australian style. Because what we value about the past can be built on as we navigate the future.



Image: Lynn Smith, Wire Man, 2015


Studio A - exhibition by Greg Sindel and Peter Dudding

29 Nov 2018 – 14 Jan 2019

Bold, confident graphic artists, Greg and Peter are represented by Studio A, Crows Nest. Greg is a passionate and prolific graphic novelist whilst Peter is a gestural drawer and painter who has developed a rich and personal language of brutal scrawls and dancing marks.

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Image: Greg Sindel, 2018




For more information, please contact the Arts & Culture Team at North Sydney Council on 9936 8100 or email


See Previous years' exhibitions below:


2018 Exhibitions


2017 Exhibitions


2016 Exhibitions

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