Into the Light: Exhibition by Emerge 2018 artists
Front Up invites you to Into the Light, an exhibition of works by artists from the Emerge 2018 program.
Introducing the Into the Light artists
The exhibiting Emerge 2018 artists are: Suba Bale, Jesse Bisset, Teigan Blackshaw, Richard J Bell, Mahlie Jewell, Ariel Riveros, Jeffery Wood and Susan Wood.
Dates and times
Into the Light opening: Thursday 18 October from 5:30 pm – 8 pm
Speeches commence at 6:30 pm
Into the Light continues: Friday 19 October from 10 am – 4 pm
Saturday 20 October from 10 am – 1 pm
Monday 22 – Thursday 25 October from 10 am – 4 pm
Audio described tours of Into the Light are available on Saturday 20 October at 11 am and 12 noon.
Emerge is a Front Up program, supported by Ability Options, focused on delivering programs for practicing artists with disability.
The Emerge 2018 artists meet weekly at the Front Up Hub in Seven Hills to develop their practice through creative workshops in response to Art Gallery of NSW works and exhibitions. In particular, the group has spent time with the Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes 2018 exhibition and Spacemakers and Roomshakers: installations from the collection. The artists also participated in Panel discussion: Anarchy in Time facilitated by Liam Benson, followed by a spotlight talk by Suba Bale about the Ernesto Neto work Just like drops in time, nothing from 2002.
Where is Into the Light?
Front Up Hub, 9 – 11 Rowley Street, Seven Hills, NSW
It’s a short, flat walk from Seven Hills train station.
What about parking?
Accessible parking for Into the Light is available: One parking space at the rear entrance off Bassell Lane, and 3 parking spaces on Rowley Street outside the front entrance.
Can I come to the opening?
Yes, you are welcome to attend the opening. However, please RSVP to [email protected] or contact Gayle Flemming on 0418 490 291.
Accessible Arts published on the PlaceStories digital storytelling platform about each of the works in the Onion Reality exhibition by artists in the Emerge 2017 program. You can visit that collection right here.
Image credit: It’s Always Darkest Before the Dawn (detail), 2018 by Jesse Bisset
This page was first published on 7 October 2018.
Seven Hills, NSW