The Delmar Gallery

Since 1969 the Delmar Gallery has brought Australian contemporary art and cultural events to Sydney’s inner west.

The Delmar Gallery

Since 1969 the Delmar Gallery has brought Australian contemporary art and cultural events to Sydney’s inner west.

About The Delmar Gallery

Opening hours

Wednesday to Sunday 12pm to 5pm (during exhibitions)

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

144 Victoria Street Ashfield NSW 2131
p. + 61 2 9581 6070
f. + 61 2 9716 7206

As part of the Society of the Arts, The Delmar Gallery runs a programme of curated exhibitions and public concerts. Concerts are either held in the Gallery or in the Music School’s Orchestra Room.

View the 2017 Society of the Arts Programme

 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

light fields

Light Fields features a site-specific installation by the current international artist-in-residence at the Inner West Council’s Thirning Villa, and video, photomedia, collage and sculpture exploring light and spatial perception by five 2016 Sydney College of the Arts and National Art School graduates.

Exhibiting artists are Ciaran Begley, Megan Mosholder, Sean O’Connell, Michael Petchkovsky, Alice Sciberras and Jade Sibinovski. The exhibition has been curated by Catherine Benz.

Using string, UV paint and parabolic curves, Megan Mosholder (USA) has built a reputation for creating beguiling, immersive installations. Her recently-completed commission at Google’s Pittsburgh office snakes through a 2 storey atrium space, playing with our perception of colour, light and space.

Exhibition dates:  12 – 26 March

Opening:  Saturday 11 March, 3-5pm

Image: Megan Mosholder, installation at Google in Pittsburgh

Baby et Lulu

Be swept away by classic and contemporary chansons written by some of the greatest French songwriters, performed by Australia’s seductive French-language duo!

Baby et Lulu are much loved artistes Abby Dobson (Leonardo’s Bride) and Lara Goodridge (FourPlay).

With voices that blend so beautifully,  and romance and seduction expressed so intelligently and humorously, this is a truly magnetic musical partnership.

Join them and their prodigious band in a celebration of la vie française!

FEATURING
Matt Ottignon – flute, sax, clarinet Julian Curwin – guitar

Marcello Maio – accordion
Mark Harris – double bass
Hamish Stuart – drums

 

Tuesday 17 May, 7.30pm in the Delmar Gallery

Tickets from $20.  Bookings essential – click here to book online