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The Society of the Arts is a subscription based organization. Membership of the Society is open to all who are interested in the arts.  Subscription entitles admission in 2014 to five concerts plus the school’s Annual Gala Concert and invitations to six official art exhibition openings, plus a puppetry evening and a short films screening.

The Society of the Arts awards scholarships annually to students demonstrating exceptional interest and potential in music, visual arts or drama. The Society of the Arts Scholars for 2014 are: Isaac Law, David Park, John Park and Oscar Phillips.

FAST FIND

Society of the Arts Scholarship 2015
Membership Form
2014 Programme

Gallery opening hours:
Wednesday to Sunday
12pm to 5pm (during exhibitions)

QUICK CONTACT

Catherine Benz
Convenor | Society of the Arts
Curator | Delmar Gallery

Delmar Gallery
144 Victoria Street Ashfield NSW 2131
p. + 61 2 9581 6070
fax. + 61 2 9716 7206

 

Delmar Gallery’s end-of-year extravaganza is turned over to varmits, critters and strays in art! 

Exhibiting artists:  Ernest Aaron, Bruce Armstrong, Reiko Azuma, Maxime Banks, Kerry Blake, Priscilla Bourne, Mark Brown, Penelope Cain, Brandon Cavallari, Fiona Dobrijevich, Tom Doherty, Jan Fieldsend, Hayden Fowler, Seiko Furuse, Szilvia Gyorgy, Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison, Jennifer Hardy, Peter Hardy, Geoff Harvey, Lou Hubbard, Anna Jarvis, Claude Jones, Jumaadi, Michael Kempson, Gina Law, Tara  Marynowsky, Darren McDonald, Milan Milojevic, Mai Nguyen-Long, Anton Pulvirenti , Andrew Purvis, Marian Purvis, Hugh Ramage, Chris Raymond, Bronwyn Rennex, Leigh Rigozzi, Amanda Seddon, Patrick Shirvington, Randall Sinnamon, Robyn Stacey, Tjanpi Desert Weavers, Floria Tosca, Stephanie Valentin, Deborah Williams, Sandra Winkworth, Barbara Wulff, Zuza Zochowski.

> View a selection of works from the exhibition here

EXHIBITION VENUE: Delmar Gallery
EXHIBITION DATES: 23 November to 7 December
ADMISSION: Free

For one night only, the proudly independent Sydney Underground Film Festival is touching down in Summer Hill and screening some of the best short films from its 2014 edition. Don’t miss this chance to catch a line-up that goes where Hollywood fears to tread!

Including drama, animation, documentary and satire by filmmakers from Brazil, Canada, USA, Israel and Australia.

Wednesday 26 November, 7.15pm (doors open 7pm)

Screening time:
75mins
Admission: $7.00 at the door (cash only) / Free for Trinity students in uniform and Society of the Arts Members
Suitable for ages 15+
Venue:  Drama Theatre, Trinity Grammar School