Gaffa is home to one of the largest communal jewellery + object art workshops and studios in Australia.
Gaffa's multi-level studio spaces are designed to encourage co-working and an open platform for professional development and opportunity.
Acquire the basic techniques of saw piercing filing, soldering, riveting, drilling and polishing to create your own unique silver jewellery.
In a hunt for shelter, humans turned into nature, occupying seemingly shapeless caves. But there were hidden forms in all primaeval settlements. And, once humans discovered nature’s secret, they built and occupied more space and built the most complex forms. They turned their back to nature and embraced it once more. They created the architecture of Baroque and Rococo. They folded and unfolded form in search for beauty.
Oomph! is an important and exciting part of Gaffa's exhibition schedule that has plucked graduating artists from their classroom and given them a voice. Long after you finish your last beer and head home for the night the works continue to resonate with you and you can't wait to see what these artists and Gaffa does next.
On Saturday the 10th of March, Gaffa Creative Precinct will open up our private studios to celebrate as part of Sydney Design Festival.
We are looking for artists at any stage in their careers to submit a work for a group show that investigates their experiences as artists living and working in Sydney.
We have three exciting opportunities to get involved in this year! We are accepting exhibition proposals, workshop EOIs and submissions to be in a group show!
Rita Kidd explores texture, light, shadow and space inside Gaffa Creative Precinct.
BENCH SALES, OPEN STUDIOS, LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS AND ROOFTOP PARTY!!!
An extensive recount of my year 10 work experience at Gaffa. This five day journey meandered through many aspects of the art world, as I'm delved within the meticulous innerworkings of gallery life.
Continuing to grow within the art world, The Other Art Fair is recognised as the definitive place to discover exciting and emerging talent.
Caity Reynolds responds to the exhibition 'What a Flop' by Hailey Atkins & Aishla Manning, part of our 2017 program.
Homes of Nostalgia is a series of photographic works which investigate signs and symbols of nostalgia in domestic Australian architecture.It explores local housing styles of the Earlwood and Dulwich Hil in Sydney, which are greatly influenced by elements of neoclassicism linked to post-war immigration.
Tributary Projects is a new artist run space in the ACT, independent and focused on supporting diverse artists and performers at all stages of their careers.
'In a State of Transition' is an exhibition of works by Kevin Diallo that interrogate the perception of Blackness in western contemporary society.
Be captured by the world premiere of Sydney Dance Company’s Orb – an extraordinary lunar mystery.
Join us on Saturday March 18 1 - 2 pm for Renata Buziak's artist talk. During her talk, Renata will discuss her research project, including the biochrome process, selections of flora, field trips and consultations with the Quandamooka People on Minjerribah/North Stradbroke island.