The Ironbark Gallery is a dedicated gallery, located in the Strathfield Library & Innovation hub; available for both emerging and established artists based in the following local government areas which includes; Burwood, Canada Bay, Canterbury Bankstown, Inner West Council and Strathfield.
Ironbark Gallery is managed by Strathfield Council and provides artists the opportunity to exhibit in a professionally supported gallery. There is no fee to exhibit in Ironbark Gallery. Strathfield Council supports this space and provides a Curator to oversee all aspects of the exhibition process. Artists are also given the opportunity to sell their works and facilitate a workshop in conjunction with their exhibition.
A call out for applications is made annually. All applicants are evaluated by a selection committee and based on the written application and supporting material provided.
For artists considering exhibiting in the Ironbark Gallery, please read the following Terms and Conditions.Community Art Space Program_Scope_and_Conditions
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Elementals: Stefanie Ferguson
Elementals explores the intersection of drawing and ceramics in Stefanie Ferguson’s artistic practice; ranging from mark making – drawing – and texture – ceramics. These drawings are an investigation of line, texture and colour of living organisms and natural formations.
This exhibition showcases and highlights Stefanie’s artistic process of research and experimenting with works on paper and the transition that occurs when working in two-dimensional form to finalised three-dimensional ceramic works that are symbolic of the human condition.
Exhibition details –
When: 11 February – 10 April 2022 (open during Strathfield Library and Innovation Hub opening hours)
Where: Strathfield Library and Innovation Hub – 65 Rochester Street Homebush, NSW 2140
Date: 6pm Thursday 10 February 2022
Guest Speaker: Agatha Pupaher, Artist and Owner, Sydney Clay Studio
RSVP by Monday 7 February: firstname.lastname@example.org
Aus-Kor 60th Anniversary Photo Exhibition
A digital photo exhibition commemorating the 60th Anniversary of Australian-Korean diplomatic relations was displayed at Strathfield Council Library and Innovation Hub from Monday 22 November – Sunday 12 December.
This exhibition was held to celebrate Australia and Korea’s time-tested friendship and signify the quantum leap forward in our shared future. By looking back at the footprints of our cherished history together and looking towards a more prosperous and reciprocal relationship, both at the national and local level.
Photos on display are produced by the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Sydney.
ROAR showcases the artistic talents of our local high school students from grades 9 and 10. All local high schools in the Strathfield region were invited to take part in this exhibition.
A diverse selection of media and subject matter are on display, a testament and recognition of the talents of our local high school visual arts students.
24 June – 21 November 2021
Strathfield Answers the Call 1914-1918
The Ironbark Gallery featured an exhibition in collaboration with the Strathfield-Homebush District Historical Society.
Strathfield Answers the Call 1914-1918 explores how the people of Strathfield and Homebush participated in the events of WWI on the battlefront and at home.
23 April – 20 June 2021
Image: Strathfield-Homebush Rifle Club outside the Council Chambers, 1915
Beyond Sight: Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger
Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger explores the world of plants and evolution through her exhibition of photographs, video and sculpture titled Beyond Sight.
19 February – 18 April 2021
Image: Colliding worlds 2014 lazer engraved soda glass Petri dishes (detail)
Gilded Perceptions: Erika Cholich
Erika Cholich is a local artist who infuses her still life paintings with a contemporary aesthetic that is bold and full of life. This body of work chronicles the output of Erika’s artistic language over the past three years.
16 October – 13 December 2020