Carriageworks 2015 program announced - Art Collector

Sydney Buddha. Zhang Huan, Taiwan Buddha, 2010. Ash, wood, aluminium, steel, 530 x 740 x 350 (LEFT), 530 x 360 x 370 (RIGHT). Courtesy: the artist and Pace, New York.

The 2015 Carriageworks program is set to be the largest-scale to date. The program features an increase in the number of artists presented and artistic projects supported, cementing the role of Carriageworks as Australia’s fastest growing multi-arts institution.

Projects including Semi permanent, Yellamundie and Sydney contemporary will return in the 2015 program, which also features a slew of local and international artist shows including Ho Tzu Nyen, Vicki Van Hout, Lizzie Thomson, Daniel Crooks, Michel Tuffery and Ryoji Ikeda.

The organisation is expecting crowds of 550,000 in the coming year. Director Lisa Havilah shares her focus: “In the year ahead Carriageworks continues to be unrelenting in its support of artists. We remain committed to delivering distinctive, high-quality contemporary cultural experiences. Carriageworks again draws on the social and cultural diversity of our home in Redfern and Australia more broadly, with a firm emphasis on Asia and the Pacific.”

Tickets prices will be capped at $35 for the majority of the 2015 program, while also continuing to provide multiple free events throughout the year.

The full program can be viewed at

Larissa Bricis

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