Gallery 1855 is located at 2 Haines Road, Tea Tree Gully
Contact the Gallery on 8397 7450 or email@example.com
|Wednesday||Noon - 5pm|
|Thursday||Noon - 5pm|
|Friday||Noon - 5pm|
|Saturday||Noon - 5pm|
Please note Gallery 1855 will be closed over the Christmas and New Year period, from 21 December - 13 January 2015. It will reopen at 12noon Wed 14 January 2015.
The Hills Edge Clay exhibition celebrates the breadth and depth of ceramic art produced locally and in Adelaide’s wider metropolitan regions.
Exhibition Dates: 12 November 2014 - 31 January 2015
Image: Honor Freeman, Study for silver lining series, I , 2013, handbuilt and slipcast porcelain, silver lustre, 7.5 x 27 x 25 cm. Image courtesy of the artist.
Opening: from 2pm Sunday 9 November at Gallery 1855
Guest Speaker: Jeffery Mincham AM, ceramic artist and Object Living Treasure
This Hills Clay exhibition features the works of the following artists: Alison Arnold, Irene Arvidson, Elodie Barker, Jo Crawford, John Ferguson, Susan Frost, Phil Hart, Honor Freeman, Helen Fuller, Ebony Heidenreich, Peter Johnson, Stephen Lloyd, Rose Maguire, Leo Neuhofer, Maria Parmenter, Jarred Pruis, Jane Robertson, Alison Smiles, Silvia Stansfield, Merrilyn Stock, Ulrica Trulsson, Angela Walford, Caroline Walker-Grime and George Zacharoyannis.
Please note Gallery 1855 will be closed from 24 December 2014 and opening from January 14 2015.
|Event Focus||Arts, Community|
|Event Scope||Local Community|
|Dates||23/11/2014 to 23/11/2014|
|Location||Pine Park Reserve (behind Gallery 1855)|
2 Haines Road
Tea Tree Gully SA
Join us in celebrating the launch of the 'Material World' art installation at Pine Park Reserve behind Gallery 1855 in Tea Tree Gully.
Time and Date: 11am, Sunday 23 November at Gallery 1855
BBQ & refreshments provided.
Art Installation Dates: 23 November - 7 December 2014
Eveyrone is welcome to come and celebrate the realisation of a collective artwork created by the Tea Tree Gully Community using waste and used fabric over a series of workshops facilitated by artist Annabelle Collett.
Learn more about your local waste options here
A new and inclusive visual arts initiative, Co-Studio, is now being held at Gallery 1855 each Saturday 12:30-4:30pm. Artists will be able to use the gallery’s studio to create their own self-directed works alongside other artists, for networking, inspiration and support. To register and for enquiries please phone 8397 7216.
Charms, miniatures and small scale multiples exhibtion 11 Feb-21 March 2015.
Download the application pack Pocket Art Exhibition Application Fringe Festival 2015(97 kb).
Our studio is perfect for holding classes, workshops and presentations.
For more information call 8397 7216, email firstname.lastname@example.org or download Gallery 1855 - application pack for hirers of studio(813 kb)