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SPRING1883 PATRON PROGRAM - 6-9 SEPTEMBER 2017, SYDNEY
SPRING1883 PATRON PROGRAM 2017
WED 6 SEPTEMBER
4-5PM – EXCLUSIVE ACCESS TO SPRING1883
SPRING1883 Patrons gain first access to SPRING1883, and the opportunity to meet with participating gallerists and artists, followed by automatic entry to the SPRING1883 VIP Preview.
Canapés & Pommery Served
The SPRING1883 VIP Preview has quickly become one of the most anticipated events on the visual art calendar. Enjoy the party atmosphere and the plentiful Pommery and look out for impromptu performances by Heather B. Swann. Don't forget to collect your VIP Tote on the way out!
Antipasti, Cheese Table & Pommery Served
12-7PM – SPRING1883 OPENING HOURS
SPRING1883 Patrons gain priority entry to the fair. Revisit your favourite booths and experience New Zealand artist Eve Armstrong's Trading Table presented in The Establishment Gym, with support from The Chartwell Trust. Armstrong's ongoing participatory artwork encourages the facilitated exchange of goods and services, with no money changing hands!
Take advantage of the numerous onsite fine and casual dining options.
Let your hair down and party with the art crowd at The Establishment's onsite Hemmesphere Bar. Drawing inspiration from the Ottoman Empire’s sophistication, style and cocktail culture, Hemmesphere’s refined opulence and graceful relaxation is a world away. Beer, wine, spirits & fine food available to purchase.
9.30-11.00AM – SPRING1883 PATRON & GALLERIST BRUNCH
Enjoy a relaxed harbour side brunch at the elegant Kirribilli home of passionate Sydney Collector Lisa Paulsen. Paulsen’s extensive collection comprises paintings, sculptures, photographic works, and videos by contemporary Australian artists.
French Pastries, Fresh Juice, Coffee & Pommery Served
UK Head Chef and 'Masterchef The Professionalists Finalist', Mark Holland is at the helm of this elegant inner city pub. Enjoy fresh seasonal dishes and fun flavours in creative dishes made using only the finest produce from local providores.
Private Tour of the Artspace Studios where current residents include Karen Black, Keg de Souza, Bianca Hester, Agatha Gothe-Snape, Mason Kimber, Tom Polo and Justene Williams. Followed by an introduction to the second instalment of the provocative exhibition The Public Body .02, which brings together the work of over forty artists and collectives from the 1970s to the present.
Wrap up the day at The Establishment with a tour of the luxurious split-level Penthouse Suite occupied by Arts Project Australia and DUTTON, NYC. Gallerist Sonia Dutton, DUTTON (NY) and Sim Luttin, Curator Arts Project Australia (Melb), will introduce their co-curated presentation.
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