General Information

Our Saturday tours are  now just $45pp and run from 1-3pm — pre-booking & payment is essential. Netbank is our preferred payment method.
Our tours go rain or shine - please be prepared for the weather!


Private Tour

Saturday 28 January 17

 
 

Trumper Park

Saturday 4 February 17

Visit a show that brings together differing approaches to landscapes painting in the company of dogs and wondrous beasts. Subtle and lyrical depictions of the land and cosmology also shimmer in this solo show. Be surrounded by the work of eighteen masters of Australian Glass and wonder at this medium.  Red and yellow make you jump for joy in this annual show where art and craft come together. (Moderate Walking)

 

East Sydney

Saturday 11th February 17

Try ‘a taste of the new’ on this tour with an annual exhibition that introduces a selection of the work by new artists, as well as performance works, collaborative pieces and immersive video works by emerging artists. Also see recent painting by more established artists in this show of large-scale semi-figurative works along with works that explore the mnemonic patterns within the painted surface. (Moderate/Considerable Walking)

 

Waterloo/Zetland

Saturday 18th February 17

This tour presents an exciting range of shows: from a gallery’s group show, to a curated thematic exhibition to a selection of works by short listed artists, and the opportunity to explore the idea of ‘the museum’ as the concept of a commercial gallery show. There’s something for everyone! Discover new artists as well as encounter well-known favourites along the way where both painting and ceramics share centre stage. (Easy/Moderate Walking)

 

Darlinghurst

Saturday 25th February 17

Explore photographic work that moves away from portraiture into a more poetic rendering of glimpsed experience and peep into the future through the painting of this younger artist whose work takes into the realm of the ‘unfamiliar’. Embrace the Year of the Rooster in a show that explores this theme across a range of media. See a major exhibition by this acclaimed artist dealing with black and white history. (Easy Walking)