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Potocki Paterson Art Gallery is a creative co-operation between established and emerging Artists, with an emphasis on supporting local talent to push the boundaries within traditional art galleries . This Art House welcomes, supports, and encourages exclusive creative material, from all spectrums, worthy of gallery exposure. Potocki Paterson is not limited to a gallery, we see it as an Art House which is available to accommodate any creative venture be it, workshop, art class, book readings, launches or any other.
First time collaboration Kill your darlings celebrates new works by Wellington based Oliver Morse, Jamie Mackman and Tegan Jenkins, alongside West Australia’s Kate Leslie and Natalie Scholtz. Kill your darlings is an exhibition that commemorates the practice of making art within a spirited colony of like minded artists. 2D and 3D works are inspired by a necessity to change and look at the patterns that become a burden. The opening night will coincide with the after party, in which a collective shrine acts as the physical manifesto that binds the artists.
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In the heart of the Cuba/ Eva St Quarter, this popular venue is available for evening hire -
book launches, poetry readings and private functions.
To book your event please contact email@example.com
The gallery, together with a team of outside contemporary art assessors, will consider each submission. If the exhibition proposal meets the required standards, the applicant will be notified
of available exhibition dates. The gallery does not take a commission. Priority is given to artists who have an established exhibition history; particularly those who are mid career and seek
further develop their practice. However, a strong ethos at the gallery is to also promote and show emerging artists in the early stages of their career. Group shows are welcome.
Please download the Proposal and Exhibition Guidelines here -