Culture Guide: Lockdown Edition
September 6th 2021
Curator and Artist Talks
“Saltwater Freshwater Arts Alliance and Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative are proud to present a series of artist talks online in September. Join the curator, Alison Williams and exhibiting Artists, Uncle Gus Kelly (Art Award 2021 Winner) and Tulli Stevens on Thursday 9th September from 5-6pm for a panel discussion highlighting the artists’ stories and giving an insight into this beautiful exhibition. Sep 9, 2021 05:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney.”
Click here to register or for more info!
Digital Aboriginal Embassy
“Richard Bell’s Embassy (2013–ongoing) is a recreation of the original Aboriginal Tent Embassy, the protest camp set up on the lawns of Parliament House, Canberra, in 1972. Embassy is a public space for imagining and articulating alternate futures and reflecting on, or retelling, stories of oppression and displacement. The project has been exhibited at numerous international exhibitions, including the 20th Biennale of Sydney; Performa 15, New York; Jakarta Biennale; and the 57th Venice Biennale. A special Digital Aboriginal Embassy – a sovereign digital space – has been developed in conjunction with the artist’s major survey exhibition Richard Bell: You Can Go Now at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia in 2021. Extending Bell’s Embassy into the digital realm, the Digital Aboriginal Embassy will critique and discuss some of the most pressing cultural issues in contemporary society.”
Stream the event on the 8th of September with the link here!
Lunchtime Artist Talks
“Facilitated by co-curator Mikala Tai, these creative conversations invite audiences to watch or listen in over lunchtime breaks. We’ll be taking live questions from the audience and streaming the discussion alongside the C-A-C virtual exhibition tour. I am a heart beating in the world: Diaspora Pavilion 2 is presented by C-A-C in partnership with 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art and the International Curator’s Forum (ICF).”
Join the Webinar series of artist talks alongside I am a heart beating in the world: Diaspora Pavilion 2, at Campbelltown Arts Centre with the link here! Register for the 8th of September with Daniela Yohannes.
At Home Treats
“BARZA delivers freshly shaken cocktails to your home. Margaritas, martinis, mohitos and more. As Sydney’s lockdown 2.0 continues, we have added to our range of cocktails. If you or someone you know is in need of a lift, what better way is there to say that you’re thinking about them.”
Click the link here to view the online menu! 18+ ONLY!
“In 2021, the Irish Film Festival Australia will offer audiences across the country an incredible line-up of Ireland’s best feature films and compelling documentaries, online for the second consecutive year. Films from both emerging and established Directors focus on a full range of genres including family-friendly animation, comedy, moving drama, musical biopics and even a vampire horror movie. Dr Enda Murray, Irish Film Festival Director: ‘In light of the uncertainty surrounding the current pandemic and in order to deliver our festival program in the safest way possible, we have made the tough decision to run this year’s festival online again. We have a cracker of a line-up with 7 Australian premieres including hilarious comedies, award-winning drama, sports and musical documentaries, and the voices of women coming through loud and clear!’ ”
Click here for more info!
At Home Art Activities
“WOW at Home is our gift to you. We have made a creativity pack, where you will be able to play, create and make art. There is something for everyone, including the grown-ups! Each activity has been designed to allow for exploration, creativity and thinking. These are not just art activities but opportunities to really let children lead the way through art.”
Watch videos from WOW at Home Festival with the link here!