2016 Exhibitions

Little Windows - children's art exhibition

20 October – 5 December 2016

Colourful mixed-media artworks by local primary school children.

 

Being Me

15 September - 14 October 2016

An art exhibition by Creating Wellbeing Program participants

In celebration of Mental Health Month in October the Being Me exhibition showcases watercolours, paintings, sculpture and ceramics created by participants during North Sydney Council’s Creating Wellbeing Program. 

 

Myself as a Superhero

3 August – 12 September 2016

An Exhibition by Students at Cammeraygal High School

Imagine you were a super hero. What special super powers and skills would you possess? How would you use these to make the world a better place? Myself as a Superhero is a unit designed to introduce year 7 Visual Arts students to the idea of portraiture.

 

Exploring Heritage of the Ball Head Reserve

23 June – 1 August 2016

An Exhibition by Bradfield Senior College Artists with the support of Planet X Youth Centre and H.A.R.C.

The students of Bradfield Senior College have sought to bring a contemporary perspective to the historical layers of the Balls Head Reserve in Waverton.  It is a place of rich cultural history and a site where many histories have interacted.

 

Urban Nature

12 May – 20 June 2016

Urban Nature shows how our urban landscape has evolved. It features work from the artists at Sunshine Art Studios.

Sunshine is a leading NDIS service provider supporting children and adults with disability to live a great life. The Sunshine Art Studios are located at Pymble and Frenchs Forest and provide art tuition to people with disability. For further information contact the Arts & Culture Officer on 9936 8100 or email lisa.sammut@northsysney.nsw.gov.au.

 

'Selfies' with Seniors

8 April – 9 May 2016

In celebration of Seniors Week and Youth Week 2016, this is an intergenerational arts project where Year 6 Cammeray Public School students nominate a senior community member to create fun, imaginative and meaningful digital photographs. Seniors were introduced to 'selfies' and kids got to collaborate with an admired senior community member.

 

Blue Views - artworks from the North Sydney Council Art Collection

A selection of artworks from the collection and displayed together showing how the local landscape has inspired artists. 

 

Snap to it

This began as a Bushcare Volunteer amateur photographic competition in 2008 to encourage Bushcare participation and interest in our local natural environment. Also Streets Alive and Harbourcare volunteers where invited to participate in 2012 and 2014. 

The competition entries have proven to be a very helpful resource. These images are stored in a photographic library for the promotion of the volunteer programs as well as providing engaging content for the Bushcare Newsletter and Calendar.

If you would like to join one of North Sydney Council’s environmental volunteer programs, complete a Volunteer Application Form (219KB)

For further information call the Bushcare Officer on 9936 8100 or email council@northsydney.nsw.gov.au

 

Home for Christmas

4 December 2015 - 28 January 2016

A neighbourhood is a close community of people and their homes..... and each has a different story to tell.  The home is a place where we can be ourselves, gather with friends and family and feel safe and comfortable in our surrounds.  It is also a special place for creative expression where we can make a house our home.

This photographic exhibition documented the final artworks created as part of the Home for Christmas project, focussing on the unique, small and individual details of the larger outdoor installation in Civic Park.