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City of sydney

Barbara Cleveland: This is a stained glass window

Sullivan+Strumpf presents new exhibition by Sydney artist collective Barbara Cleveland

Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney is pleased to announce “This is a stained glass window” – the first presentation by Sydney artist collective Barbara Cleveland.

“This is a stained glass window” is a single channel video installation that reflects on the 15-year working history of Barbara Cleveland, a collective of four artists: Frances Barrett, Kate Blackmore, Diana Baker Smith and Kelly Doley.

Directed by the collective, with original score by Corin Ileto, the new video work is inspired by the description of the friendship between two authors, political theorist Hannah Arendt and novelist Mary McCarthy who describe their friendship as a ‘thinking business for and with each other’.

The work enquires into Barbara Cleveland’s 15-year shared intellectual and creative pursuit, positioning their friendship, artistic labour and collaboration as “a stained glass window” – an accumulated density that exists between them.

Through a self-reflexive video portrait, which draws on the aesthetics and conventions of cinéma vérité, conceptual art and performance documentation, This is a stained glass window is a tracing of their unique working model and their imbricated lives.

Exposing their working method in a film studio, the video is an intimate portrait of the collective that purposefully considers how Barbara Cleveland’s specific ‘thinking business’ can offer an alternative support structure for and with each other.

The collective, which takes its name from the mythic feminist performance artist Barbara Cleveland, creates projects that are informed by queer and feminist methodologies that draw on the historical lineages of visual and performing arts.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body, Artspace, and UNSW Art & Design.

“This is a stained glass window” is on view at Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney from 30 November to 20 December 2019.

For more information, please visit our website.

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Where

799 Elizabeth St, Zetland NSW 2017, Australia

Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney

When

Every day, 10am to 5pm

Wednesday 4 December to Friday 20 December 2019

Thursday 5 December 2019 from 10am to 5pm

Except Sunday 8 December, Monday 9 December, Sunday 15 December and Monday 16 December

Cost

Free
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Parramatta

HEALTHY BRAIN AGEING TALK

Do you want to learn how to reduce your risk of developing dementia? Come along to our free one hour session to learn more.

The speaker will cover the following information:
– the brain,
– memory and thinking changes with age,
– what is dementia, its symptoms and risk factors , and
– 5 simple steps to maximise your brain health to help prevent the risk of developing dementia.

The session will be delivered by the Health Promotion Service for Older People and the Combined Pensioners and Superannuants Association of NSW (CPSA), in partnership with Dementia Australia.

Suitable for seniors aged 55+ years.

Contact Parramatta Library on 9806 5159 to book.


City of Ryde

West Ryde Library Christmas Morning Tea

Come and celebrate at West Ryde library and look back on another successful year in 2019, with the lively sounds of the West Ryde Ukes! Everyone is welcome to join.

Date & Time

Monday 16 December 2019 / 10.30am – 12.00pm

 Contact

City of Ryde
Phone: 9952 8222

 Cost

Free; no bookings necessary.

 Location

West Ryde Library, 2 Graf Avenue, West Ryde 2114 View Map

 


Willoughby city

Drop in Art and Craft

Start Date & Time: Tuesday, 17 December 2019 10:00 am

End Date & Time: Monday, 20 January 2020 4:00 pm

Address: Art Space on The Concourse, The Concourse, Chatswood

Cost: Free

Description:

Drop into the Artspace at The Concourse for an afternoon of fun arts and crafts for children presented by globalart. Enjoy a great range of art activities, stocked with inspiring supplies to get the imagination and creative juices running. Explore using different materials and experiment with colours, textures and tools. Then take home your creation!

Globalart is the world’s largest chain of art centres. It believes that art enhances creativity and is the building blocks of child development.

Contact: Willoughby City Council on 02 9777 1000 or email email@willoughby.nsw.gov.au

E-Newsletter: Subscribe to our e.newsletter to find out about all of Willoughby’s events and activities.

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Kuring Gai

Carols on Clanville 2019

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Event details

Community Event

For : Families, Everyone
When:
Sat

14 Dec 2019 at  5:00 PM  -9:00 PM

Where: Roseville Park
Cnr Gregory Street and Clanville Road, Roseville
Contact details:

Contact Person: Santino Dimarco
Telephone: 9412 2553
Email: office@standrews.net.au
Website: St Andrew’s Roseville
Cost: Free

About

We welcome you to this free community event at Roseville Park, Clanville Rd, Roseville to celebrate the hope that Christmas brings.

There will be a kindifarm, camel rides, craft and even more kids activities from 5pm and Carols by Candlelight from 7.45pm, BYO picnic.

Kids come dressed to join in our nativity play!

Click here for more details. Carols on Clanville is brought to you by St Andrew’s Anglican Church Roseville with the assistance of St Peter’s Anglican Church East Lindfield.


Blacktown

Meditation Class at Max Webber Library

Meditation for beginners

Next date: Saturday, 14 December 2019 | 09:30 AM to 10:30 AM

A class for meditation beginners. Meditation can help eliminate negative thoughts and reduce the symptoms of stress and anxiety. Come along and learn the basics.

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When

  • Saturday, 14 December 2019 | 09:30 AM – 10:30 AM

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Location

Max Webber Library, Cnr. Flushcombe Rd & Alpha Street, Blacktown 2148

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