Wednesday, May 13, 2015


Lane Cove, Willoughby and North Sydney Councils are sharing the love with cyclists with a new series of rides and tours. Last year we did the Pedal For Art, see photos here

Organised and lead by North Sydney Council's Sustainability Team, this ride will traverse the North Sydney and Middle Head water catchments. We will also hear the Bushcare volunteers speak about their passion for the environment. (No RSVPs on this page - please book on the link below and RSVP to ARTcycle).

Meet: 10am, Sat 6 June 2015
Where: Artarmon Station - Wilkes St.
Finish: Woollstonecraft Station.
Map: Coming soon.
Cost: Free booking essential.
All Bookings:
Contact: Sustainability Education 9936 8100.

Make sure you book with North Sydney Council and RSVP to ARTcycle. 

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Friday, October 3, 2014


Cognoscenti - Home@735

What: 'Cognoscenti' ARTcycle Inc Members Art Exhibition 2014
Where: Home@735 Gallery, 735 Bourke St, Redfern East.
When: Opening - 6-8pm Thursday 09 October 2014
Hours: Thursday - 4:00-7:00 pm, Saturday - 4:00-7:00 pm, Sunday - 2:00-5:00 pm
Contact: Anthony Bautovich

Home@735 Gallery is pleased to announce that independent member for Sydney Alex Grenwich will be opening our ‘Cognoscenti’ show.  The exhibition is part of the Sydney Rides Festival program. Members of ARTcycle will be presenting a selection of works that display the talents and interests of a group of artists who are passionate about their mode of transport. ‘Cognoscenti’ opens from 6-8pm on Thursday the 9th of October and will feature photography, sketching, painting, video, and design.
The ARTcycle Blender Bike will be in attendance blending up cocktails and smoothies for the delectation of the assembled bunch.

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Sydney Rides Festival - Urban Rides Checkpoint Challenge

What? Urban Bike Checkpoint Challenge.
When? Sunday October 12, Sydney CBD.
Where? Start/ finish at The Commons Local Eating House, 32 Burton St Darlinghurst,

How to play:
·      Register in bike teams of 2
·      Set up facebook, twitter or instagram
·      Get a map on the day
·      Find checkpoints against the clock
·      "Check-in" with bike selfies!
All the info and the link to buy tickets is here:

Follow or link to us on your social network of choice..

Friday, September 19, 2014

Exhibition - Newtown Library

Guy James Whitworth - Freedom (if you want it).

“My intention with this collection of paintings is to show that, without fully realising it, each day, at least once, we will all see something of quite possibly astounding beauty that we just do not appreciate” states the artist Guy James Whitworth who’s last exhibition ‘A Queer Aesthetic’ was part Sydney’s Mardi Gras arts festival. That show was mostly made up of brightly coloured, quite graphic nudes, so it’s possibly a good thing that this new exhibition, at Newtown Library, sees a slight switch in subject matter.

The bicycles are visual metaphors, I’ve called the exhibition ‘Freedom (if you want it)’ to suggest we all have types of freedom, potential and possibilities available to us, we just sometimes need to stop, take a moment and really consider them.

I’m purposely having this exhibition in a public space, before showing it at a commercial gallery next year, as I want this message to be accessible to all communities and as an artistic statement, I believe visual art still has the ability to inspire and bring people together regardless of social, sexual political, religious or gender based divisions. ”

The 2 month exhibition is part of the City Of Sydney Riders festival and will have lots of events tied in with local biking groups, so while perhaps this new exhibition isn’t quite as naked and daring as his last, it is certainly no less dramatic.

The exhibition “Freedom (if you want it) is at Newtown Library, 8 - 10 Brown St, Newtown NSW 2042 - 1st October to 26th of November 2014.

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Help is Other People

Two women and one man are locked up together for eternity 
in one hideous room in hell. The windows are bricked up; there are no mirrors; the electric lights can never be turned off; and there is no exit. The irony of this hell is that its torture is not of the rack and fire, but of the burning humiliation of each soul as it is stripped of its pretenses by the cruel curiosity of the damned. Here the soul is shorn of secrecy, and even the blackest deeds are mercilessly exposed to the fierce light of hell. It is an eternal torment.

No Exit was published in 1944 and was also adapted for television in 1964 by the BBC, starring Harold Pinter and again in 1985 starring Omar Sharif.

6 SHOWS ONLY 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21st September.
$22 Door
LOCATION: Archway 1, Chapman Rd, Annandale
Next to Crescent Timber in Bicentennial park.