Coming - AT10

Articulate Turns Ten

Opening 19 Dec - 3 Jan

Opening event Saturday 19 December 1-5pm

Open Fri - Sun 11am - 5pm except for public holidays

Artists exhibiting in Articulate Turns Ten are Susan Andrews, Vilma  Bader, Curtis Ceapa, Bonita Ely, , Mandy Burgess and Ro Murray, Sue Callanan, Rox De Luca, Ella Dreyfus, Steven Fasan, Juliet Fowler Smith, Simone Griffin, Philippa Hagon, Barbara Halnan, Jan Handel, Kendal Heyes, ,Isobel Johnston and Jude Crawford, Sonja Karl, Fiona Kemp, Michelle Ledain, Noelene Lucas, Kate Mackay, Diane McCarthy, Mahalya Middlemist Raymond Matthews,  Sue Murray, Sue Pedley and  Phaptawan Suwannakudt, Renay Pepita, Anya Pesce, Elizabeth Rankin, Che Ritz, Margaret Roberts, Tamsin Salehian, Alan Schacher, Lisa Sharp-Pang, Anke Stacker, Helen L Sturgess, Molly Wagner, Gary Warner, Elke Wohlfahrt and more to come


Articulate Turns Nine 2019


 • If you have ever exhibited at Articulate, you are invited to participate in Articulate Turns Ten, by writing to etalucitra@gmail.com ASAP by 20 November.

You are encouraged to visit Articulate again to familiarise yourself with its particular character, and work out how you want to engage with the space. We encourage varied sizes of works, and works that use different parts of the space as well as its white walls. Works can be located in the mezzanine and backroom as well as the ground floor project space.

Monday 23 November 6pm: Planning meeting at Articulate to negotiate locations and equipment.

Participants will be asked to complete a google docs roomsheet as well as a sitting roster where possible.

Conditions of entry to the exhibition:
As there are limited places in Articulate due to COVID, please wait if it is full when you arrive.
Please stay at home if you’re unwell.
Stay at home if you’ve been in contact with a known or suspected COVID-19 case.
Please wear a face mask in Articulate.
Utilise hand sanitisers provided at the entrance to Articulate.
Fill in your contact tracing information on entry to Articulate.
Maintain 1.5 metres distance from other people.