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LOCKOUT LAWS: THE ARTS AND CULTURAL IMPACT
Years on from the introduction of lockout laws in 2014, an event tonight will continue discussion on how Sydney’s cultural landscape has changed. Key policy and political stakeholders will be talking about the cultural norms created by the lockout laws at the Australia Council for the Arts in Surry Hills, hosted by SAMAG. The Daily spoke to Emilya Colliver, a member of the City of Sydney’s Nightlife and Creative Sector Advisory Panel and founder of Art Pharmacy, to chat about the major topics to be discussed tonight.
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ART PHARMACY CONSULTING HEADS TO SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2018
Noula Diamantopoulos: So Far So Good
CBA’s 9th Annual Women In Focus Conference
So Far So Good exhibition and The Self Care Toolkit workshop by Noula Diamantopoulos & Art Pharmacy Consulting
MCA Young Ambassadors Committee photoshoot
ART PHARMACY CONSULTING CURATOR AMY ROSER TALKS TO HAPPY MAG
ydney media agency, Happy Mag, sat down with Art Pharmacy Consulting's very own Amy Roser to talk about the upcoming So Far So Good Exhibition.
EMILYA COLLIVER JOINS NIGHT TIME ECONOMY PANELS: CITY OF SYDNEY COUNCIL & RANDWICK CITY COUNCIL
Here’s what Sydney new nightlife panel decided at their first official meeting
“Changing the way we think about Sydney’s nightlife is the first step to fixing it, says the City of Sydney’s new co-chair of the recently appointed Nightlife and Creative Sector Advisory Panel. Last night at their first council meeting, Sydney Fringe CEO and festival director Kerri Glasscock was elected as co-chair alongside councillor Jess Scully. The panel’s 15 members have identified their top priorities for supporting sustainable development of Sydney’s nightlife. The first, says Glasscock, is changing the narrative.”
Breathing Colours encourages visitors to celebrate colours by experiencing them anew. Although we see colours all day every day, we rarely take the time to truly appreciate their vibrancy, which is what the Breathing Colours exhibition is designed to change.
EMILYA TO BE A JUDGE FOR THE RISE ART PRIZE
Art Pharmacy Consulting is thrilled to announce that we will be offering our artistic eye as a local judge for the Rise Art Prize! Rise Art is an online curation of artworks from talented artists all over the world, which are available for purchase and rental in a range of styles and values.
There are nearly 1500 applicants to Rise Art Prize so far from the UK, Europe, Africa and the Middle East, the Americas and Asia. The works selected will be exhibited in London for a final round of judging. In addition, there will also be awards for a UK Artist of the Year and a Young UK Artist of the Year (under 18).
The incredible prizes include:
The chance to exhibit your work in Central London
Mentorship from key judges and experts
Partner prizes and commissions
The opportunity to start selling with Rise Art
The Global Artist of the Year winner will also receive £10,000 cash
The winner will be announced in February 2018. We can’t wait to see some of the entries from Australia!