Reconnected: a recovery story opens at Lake Macquarie's Museum of Art and Culture on Saturday. The exhibition aims at reconnecting artists with their audience in a physical sense. Most artworks have been created during lockdown and will be offered for sale. Show runs until October, 11. Visit mac.lakemac.com.au for free entry tickets.
Jamie Bastoli, Ash Campbell and Alessia Sakoff have been interning at Newcastle Art Space, gaining hands-on experience in arts administration, gallery and event management, while maintaining their own art practices. They are showcasing painting, drawing and installation until July, 22.
Hudson Street Hum is resuming Life Drawing classes with Peter Lankas. Classes are Thursday nights, BYO drawing materials - model and easels supplied. Bookings essential. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Creator Incubator is open with the gallery showing works by resident artists. Fiona Lee is working in her studio, casting and sorting remnants that once made up her family home before the devastating summer fires. Visit Thursday to Sunday, between 1pm and 4pm.
The window exhibition series EARTHwork continues at Curve Gallery with graphic red, white and blue banners by UK artist Robyn Woolston commanding passers-by attention. View the window series anytime and visit the gallery Fridays between 10am and 2pm.
Gallery 139 is currently presenting two online exhibitions, visit gallery139.com.au