November 2022

Sam Bowker 2022

Sam Bowker Golden Shadows: The Making of “The Alchemist’s Jar” Symposium presentation 12.30pm Thurs Dec 8 “The Alchemist’s Jar” (2022-2023) is a new shadow theatre concert with live music – original, historic, and contemporary – inspired by the storytelling traditions of Egyptian medieval shadow puppetry (khayal al-zill in Arabic, or karagoz in Turkey and Greece), …

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Marg Leddin 22

Marg Leddin Abstracted Washing Line Invited Artist – HR Gallop Gallery Dec 6-8 Artist’s statement: What can Creative Photographic Practice Reveal About Regional and Remote Crevice Communities of the Past? Memories of the daily washing ritual typified by overflowing clothes lines on my remote childhood farm in the Upper Murray has inspired recent photographic explorations …

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Lynette Callaghan 22

Lynette Callaghan Mental Health-Creating Program that Integrates Text within the Art Image. Symposium presentation (via Zoom) 11.30am Thurs Dec 8 Abstract: This investigation was initiated in response to a need, identified during the COVID-19 pandemic, for the provision of life enriching visual arts experiences to facilitate member well-being in an Albury/Wodonga medical, mental healthcare setting. …

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Jenni Munday 22

Jenni Munday Postcards from the Westfjords Invited artist – HR Gallop Gallery Dec 6-8 2022 Jenni is a creative practice researcher at Charles Sturt University and a member of the Creative Practice Circle research group in the Faculty of Arts & Education. Postcards from the Westfjords is a result of an arts residency with ArtsIceland …

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Sue Green

Language is more than words:  The impact of the Graduate Certificate of Wiradjuri Language, Culture and Heritage Sue Green is Professor in Indigenous Australian Studies and GCWLCH Co-ordinator.

Margaret Woodward and Camilla Brueton

moss.quarry.plaque: a soft echo of a place

moss.quarry.plaque is a public artwork by Margaret Woodward and Camilla Brueton commissioned by the City of Hobart, installed within the City of Hobart’s’ Digital Twin, a searchable, interactive, three dimensional “map” of Greater Hobart. The Digital Twin is a data-rich environment built from many different government and private data sets, used for planning the city’s infrastructure, traffic, land use and more.

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery

Lee-Anne Hall

The Art Gallery – Leadership, Challenge and Change  Keynote address Art Galleries and Museums are privileged sites of civil society with both responsibility and potential to lead and engage audiences in issues and challenges of consequence. This paper will outline the leadership taken by Wagga Wagga Art Gallery across two principal areas; regional creative development, …

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