IWOST Event 2017

Sunday 18 March 2018
11am – 5pm

We have a huge day planned for IWOST this year with all studios open, a special exhibition featuring regional artists from Braidwood, and a full day of Performance Art scheduled for the event.

The Open Body

Danica Knezevic ‘Dance With Me’ / Julie Vulcan ‘Redress #7 ad nauseum’, photograph by Tongyu Zhao

Curated by Tom Isaacs, The Open Body is a program of performance works that address ideas of visibility and representation of the body. All day endurance along with shorter performance works will be scheduled throughout the day. Full details on the event and participating artists here.

Performances will run from 11am – 5pm

Kate Brown / Stella Chen / Tom Isaacs / Robbie Karmel / Danica Knezevic / Vivienne Linsley / Alex Talamo / Malvina Tan / Julie Vulcan / Yiorgos Zafiriou / Mariia Zhuchenko

Supported with an Inner West Council Art & Culture Grant

Crossing Paths: Intersecting practices in regional Australia

We’re so grateful to have support from the Inner West Council for this exhibition as part of our Arts Connex project.  Arts Connex is a series of curated exhibitions that foster regional artists and curators with professional opportunities to exhibit in Sydney, and in turn promote the Inner West as the gateway for Sydney arts and culture on a national level.

Curator Julian Laffan has brought together artists living and making work in the small rural community of Braidwood, all influenced by experiences further afield and all use the role and power of the photograph to inform their unique visual language. Full details on artists and the exhibition here

There will be an Artist Talk at 3pm

Surya Bajracharya / Jon Beale / Julian Laffan / Kate Stevens

Supported with an Inner West Council Art & Culture Grant


All studios will be open for the day and most artists will have art works available for sale.

Carmel Byrne / Mark Vincent / Hayley Linz / Giorgia de Baisi / Matteo Bernasconi

There will be food and refreshments available for this event