The Chrissie Cotter Gallery is located in Pidcock Street, Camperdown (see map below), next to the Camperdown Bowling Club. Since 1996, Inner West Council (formerly Marrickville Council) has provided the gallery to individuals and organisations for exhibitions and cultural events.
When in use, gallery opening hours are Thursday to Sunday, 11am–4pm. Entry is free and the gallery is wheelchair accessible.
Inner West Council provides the CCG for use as a free gallery space and encourages innovative and contemporary forms of art and cultural expression by emerging and established artists and cultural workers. The exhibitions may be solo or group shows and priority is given to quality, contemporary, exhibitions with thematic directions which examine issues of relevance to contemporary art and/or the local communities.
The CCG is located in the heart of the inner west, situated between the tennis courts and the Camperdown Commons on Pidcock Street, Camperdown.
For further information, please contact Arts and Cultural Development on (02) 9335 2280 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close Wednesday 5 October, 5pm.
By Virtue of Nothing is a multi-media installation by Jasmin Vrachas and Linda Seiffert, consisting of video, sculpture and painting. Their installation explores elements of Taoism and the interplay between two artistic practices: one from the urban inner west, the other from the idyllic Blue Mountains. Vrachas and Seiffert have re-organised and recontextualised various readymade, natural, discarded and unused materials to create an environment that hovers between the imaginary and the real, the man-made and the natural.
For further information about the Chrissie Cotter Gallery, contact (02) 9335 2280 or email email@example.com
Pidcock Street, Camperdown NSW (next to the Camperdown Bowling Club)