The SLAB is a contemporary artist run initiative located in the World Heritage Area of the Blue Mountains, Australia on the lands of the Gundagurra and Dharug people.
Named after the extensive concreted outdoor area with views across bushland The SLAB hosts one-off events showcasing the work of artists from the region, artist workshops, and a range of community events.
Using geology as inspiration and source material, four artists look at mining of resources, environmental systems, human impact, the history of fossicking and the collection of minerals.
The Slab hosted writer, journalist, poet and music critic Mark Mordue, to take us back to the inner city where our paths crossed at the many gigs and live venues that populated Sydney then.
Postcards from Laika
To honour the 60th anniversary of Laika, first dog in space, The SLAB invited artists to submit a postcard size work in response to the theme re-imagining Laika’s destiny.
An exhibition of works by fibre artists incorporating both native and introduced plant species.
Modern Art Projects - Club Edition
THE CLUB EDITION was a group exhibition event of the social and cultural engagement group, MAP – Modern Art Projects, Blue Mountains, Australia.
Miriam Williamson is an independent curator/artist based in the Blue Mountains. Her creative practice originated in post-punk and electronic music, before expanding to visual art.read more
M&B Design is the banner under which Allen-Waters incorporates artisan-based practice for commercial commissions and private collaborations. He is also a practicing visual artist.read more