Verge at the University of Sydney is a public art space dedicated to the presentation of Contemporary art practice. Verge’s key focus is to present interdisciplinary exhibitions from leading and emerging arts practitioners while providing the University of Sydney students, academics and visitors an arena for critical dialogue and response.
In collaboration with the University’s faculties and the greater community, Verge programs give students experiential learning opportunities, mentorships and internships that support their education and development. Situated in the Chippendale-Redfern-Darlington creative hub, Verge expands beyond its university setting to provide exhibitions and events that are relevant to the wider community. A space without borders, we encourage unique voices and viewpoints.
Verge Projects is a student-led arm of Verge that aims to strengthen the University community and networks through on-campus art activations. Verge Projects is an opportunity for students to lead and develop art projects which include fellow USyd creatives. Stepping outside of art faculties and spaces, Verge Projects encourages inclusive and creative experiences campus wide.
Verge Gallery is an initiative supported by the University of Sydney Union (USU). Verge is an integral part of the USU suite of cultural programs which are at the heart of University of Sydney life.