february, 2019

09feb10:00 am5:00 pmArtExpress 201910:00 am - 5:00 pm AEDT 782 Kingsway Gymea, New South Wales, Australia

Event Details

This year there is a strong emphasis on drought and fire, waste, humanity’s negative impact on the environment. In addition students also reveal their inner world as well.

Iris Li of St Ursula’s College in her work, Cultural metamorphosis. It explores multiculturalism in contemporary Australia by introducing anthropomorphised animals into recognisable scenes of Sydney that appear in anime style. She is challenging us to consider how new cultures challenge and stretch us to understand different beliefs and traditions.

Jaimee Fischer from Abbotsleigh in her work, Resilience, reflects on the ability to overcome adversity and the capacity for renewal.

Jacqueline Shen from North Sydney Girls High School in her work, ёin a dogís ageí (In a Dog’s Age).

Noah Eakin from Byron Bay High School in his work, Warrior Within.

Belinda Hanrahan, Director of Hazelhurst Arts Centre said the exhibition has been curated by the Gallery’s Kate Milner and Stephanie Bray. This year it is as strong in ideas as ever and reveals extraordinary technical skills by young artists throughout NSW.

Hazelhurst joins other venues across New South Wales in hosting the ARTEXPRESS exhibition, seen by thousands of people.



(Saturday) 10:00 am - 5:00 pm AEDT



782 Kingsway Gymea, New South Wales, Australia


Hazelhurst Arts Centrehazelhurst@ssc.nsw.gov.au 782 Kingsway Gymea, New South Wales, Australia