For Art's Sake 2016
Art Collaborations exhibition
FRANS- For Art's Sake- art exhibition is back for 2016 with a new shape and format!
The event is closed for this year!
We would like to thank everyone who participated in For Art's Sake 2016 and made the event another unforgettable night. You can see some of the phots from the exhibition in gallery!
Please stay tuned for more information about For Art's Sake 2017!
This year, the exhibition will be in a different format, showcasing collaborations between people living with a disability and practicing artists. The exhibition will be open for one night only and all works created in these exciting partnerships will be for sale by silent auction.
Collaborating artists include:
- Anthony Maklouf, a photographer and artist who has enjoyed success with commercial and artistic projects, blending techniques and mediums, and whose anonymous entries to For Art’s Sake have always been highly sought after;
- Ro Cook, esteemed practicing artist who creates screen printed textiles and who collaborated with a small group to create amazing full body shadow puppets, producing colourful, life-size works that explore the art of play.
- Zoë Walford, an emerging, interdisciplinary artist with a wealth of experience in supporting and working
with people living with disability.
Joshua Morris: Joshua is a Sydney based photographer and former FRANS support worker who likes to shoot interesting people, and wide open spaces. Joshua was a finalist in the 2015 National Portrait Prize.
Kurt Sorensen, a Blue Mountains based photographer and former FRANS support worker, whose visceral analogue photography explores themes of settlement and harsh Australian landscapes.
Jessica Parker, Jess is a Sydney based fabric textile designer, whose work attempts to find the perfect balance between hypercolour, rhythm and repetition.
- Norma Tahhan, Norma has an extensive knowledge of drawing and painting, acquired in various Universities and Colleges. She has undertaken many travels within Australia and abroad for artistic research and this is reflected in her many art works.
- Emma Magenta, Emma began her career drawing and writing her thoughts down on brown paper bags while working at Berkelouw Books, an Antiquarian Bookstore in Paddington, Sydney.
- Niki Koeppl, Niki is a Sydney based, emerging Australian Artist. Graduating from the National Art School in 2004 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree majoring in Sculpture, Niki primarily works with clay, plaster casting and moulding. She is currently working on creating resin bronze casting productions at her art studio in Matraville.
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