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Grab your pens and enter Blak & Blu

Blak Douglas, Archibald Winner 2022, is sponsoring the second Blak & Blu annual pen on paper art prize – with entries closing on August...

Volunteers’ News – June 2022

Refugee Week, NAIDOC week, Vivid Sydney and the 69th Sydney Film Festival are just some of significant activities to get involved in and enjoy this winter ...

Blak & Blu art award draws passionate responses

Blak & Blu art award for ink on A4 paper showed just how passionate the artists who entered are about social justice said judge and multiple Archibald Prize Finalist Kathrin Longhurst.

Cartoon show – ‘norrie has social justice in her sights’

The SSH Cartoon Show launched on December 1 was a long time coming – but it was worth the wait.

Buzz builds (again) for cartoon show – opening December 1!

The hotly anticipated SSH Cartoon Show, postponed for months due to stay-at-home health orders, has been rescheduled and will open on Wednesday December 1, from 5pm. Don't miss it!

Volunteers’ News – July 2021

Well, my dears, here we are again in lockdown or Stay at Home, as the premier is now calling it. This time it is...

Creativity at the centre of our neighbourhood

WATERLOO: On May 15 the Orchard Gallery at South Sydney Uniting Church hosted its first in-person opening in more than 12 months. The COLLAB...

Volunteers’ News – June 2021

It is 10 years since our beloved founding editor Trevor Davies died and we remember him with love and affection. We're also grateful for all who have helped the paper to continue to thrive since then, including our brilliant cartoonist norrie mAy-welby who is having an exhibition in June.

Volunteers’ News – December 2020

What a year it’s been and with border restrictions easing many families and friends will be able to get together for the holiday period....

Volunteers’ News – July 2020

Welcome to the Covid-19 winter 2020 issue. Can you believe half a year gone, and what have we got? Hope we all haven’t lost...
Artists from the Retro 2019 exhibition

‘Love of the living’ shines in retro exhibition

WATERLOO: In 2018, when Australian environmentalist Bob Brown called for artists to visit the threatened ecosystem of the Tarkine in north-west Tasmania and to...

Five art attacks

When art is good it makes your heart beat faster …

Patterns of peace – going beyond remembrance

Handcrafts and writing addressing the theme of 'Yearning for Peace'

Artists document what’s happening

A statement read aloud by the artists invited reflection and participation: “We hope that you will view the video created by Mex, Walk on the...

Eyewitness accounts of community

Contributors were invited to create works which reflect a place, moment or memory of Redfern and Waterloo.

Inspiration, transpiration

An interview with Margaret Vazey

A year (or two) in the manse

Both talented young artists feel that being artist-in-residence has offered them an invaluable experience. Jovana says that the program helped her immensely both professionally and...

Recycled items on show

If you’re looking for something a little different, you might find it at the market where John English, John Gain and Russell Walker repair,...

The art of community

The Community Art exhibition at the Orchard Gallery celebrates locals' passion for creative community development.

Colour and conservation – Artist Profile: Gaylene Smith

Gaylene Smith’s first solo exhibition will open at the Orchard Gallery (56a Raglan St Waterloo) on December 14, from 5pm.

Looking out for others – the art of Jovana Terzic

Serbian-born Jovana Yoka Terzic has been artist in residence for the past year with the South Sydney Uniting Church. She currently has an exhibition in the church’s Orchard Gallery. The title of her exhibition is Vision Quest.

Looking out for others – the art of Jovana Terzic

Serbian-born Jovana Yoka Terzic has been artist in residence for the past year with the South Sydney Uniting Church. She currently has an exhibition...

Uniting north and south

WATERLOO: The long weekend in October saw an opportunity for the South Sydney Uniting Church to welcome 21 visitors from Milingimbi, an island community just off the coast of Arnhem Land in the far north of Australia.