Working: Newcastle is an exhibition by three contemporary artists who are working in Newcastle - James Drinkwater, Peter Gardiner and Brett McMahon.
This exhibition explores the creative output of visual artists and their work - not something ephemeral or essentially 'part time' but the real importance of their studios as a workplace.
The exhibition also includes a photo essay by photographic artist Simone Darcy, who has documented the three studios and responded to the artists' relationship with their space. These studios become an area for exploration, debate, process and reflection where the artist continues to develop skill and refine concepts. The artwork in the exhibition is rich and varied, the space it was created in is just as rich and worth describing, articulating, acknowledging.
The Working: Newcastle exhibition is FREE and open to the public.
WHEN: 3 - 20 July
Gallery hours are Wed-Fri 10am-5pm and Sat 12-4pm
Opening Saturday 6 July at 2pm
WHERE: University Gallery (see campus map for directions)
University of Newcastle