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Tap Gallery

TAP Gallery is an 'open policy, artist-run collective' providing a forum for emerging artists to exhibit and promote their work. The Gallery is also a venue for visual and performing arts events.

Admission to all exhibitions are FREE unless specified.

Darlinghurst

Australia

NSW 2010
Phone: (02) 9361 0440
Fax: (02) 9361 3972
Website: http://www.tapgallery.org.au


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Current Exhibitions

CHINAWORKS or THE RETURN OF FU MANCHU, an exhibition of photographic prints by JIM ANDERSON, TAP Gallery, 45 Burton Street, Darlinghurst. Phone: 9361 0440.
7 August 2007 19th August 2007. Opening 8th August 6-8pm
In 1971 Jim Anderson an editor of Oz Magazine in London, was jailed (along with Richard Neville and Felix Dennis) for his part in the publication of the notorious School Kids Issue. After the demise of Oz in 1973 he lived for 20 years in Bolinas, the hippie haven in Northern California where he edited the local paper and (it was said) "grew a lot of marijuana." He also had many exhibitions of his collages. Back in Sydney he has pursued the life of a novelist (Billarooby, Leisure Beach) and a photographic artist. He has exhibited in many group shows and has had a long association with TAP, the well known community gallery near Taylor Square, particularly with regard to their public interest exhibitions - Environment, Amnesty, Mardi Gras etc. The Return of Fu Manchu, is his first solo show since 2001. It evolved from a visit to China a couple of months ago with sixties identity Ellis D. Fogg (Roger Foley), a trip with an un... [ Read all ]


Previous Exhibitions

Thursday 5th July

Featured films - and filmmakers coming along to the event - include:

GRISTLE Dir. Andrew Murray
Two Animal Transport workers learn that you can't "escape the blot" when they discover Gristle the cat is dead. Staring Rhys Muldoon and Darren Gilshenan.

THE REMOVALIST Dir. Gary Cunliffe
After the murder of an old man, Kevin, a psychotic removalist, is forced to take Jim, a temp, to clear out the dead man?s house.

TOMMY THE KID Dir. Stuart Clegg
A smart and funny film about life's small victories. See pic attached.

The Blues may may have lost the origin series...but at least we make good films.


Triple Call for Entries - July Caught Short, Fist Full of Films and Sydney Peace Fest

Get your film screened! Choose from any (or all) of the following call for entries and get your film out there. As always caught short is looking for the best shorts around. The next two months of caught short are currently being programmed (July and Sydney Peace Fest in August) - and our friends up the Territory - Fist Full of Films - have widened their remit and are now accepting films from filmmakers all around the ... [ Read all ]


Submission Policy

TAP holds several annual art prizes. These include exhibitions for Amnesty International, Images of the Cross Art Award and the TAP Environmental Art Award.


News

TAP GALLERY has many events throughout the year including Dance Performances, Medieval Banquets and other party nights, as well as the regularly irregular cineTAP film nights. Don't forget Club Tap as well.



Opening Times

12pm - 6pm
7 days a week