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Daniel De Fillippo (3rd year BDM) is interning with Beyond Empathy arts organisation, assisting with their current projects. He is involved in staging the Blue Rose interactive sensory film installation event at the IPAC on the 20th & 21st of October.
Blue Rose is a project exploring the experience of people who don’t use verbal language as their primary way to communicate – an insight into the experiences of people who are often unseen, or when seen, it is in a certain light.
In week 11, we are very pleased to welcome artist Newell Harry for a guest lecture in MEDA102. Newell’s works have been exhibited widely in Australia as well as internationally. His work was chosen to be exhibited in All the World’s Futures at the 56th Venice Biennale in 2015. Newell works with diverse materials and across disciplines that comment on phenomena in contemporary society with particular attention paid to intercultural exchanges. His current projects play with language, code, and the archives.
MEDA102 lecture is scheduled on Thursday from 12.30 – 1.30 in G.01 Building 233. All welcome.
You can find out more about Newell’s works at the Roslyn Oxley Gallery website.
Madeleine Burkitt (MEDA302) volunteers for SCARF (Strategic Community Assistance to Refugee Families) and would like to let you know about two Art4Refugees exhibitions. The central event is the Opening Night at Project Contemporary Artspace and also a Art4Refugees junior exhibition which is more a family orientated event.
Thanks for your support!
Find out more here: www.art4refugees.org.au
The annual Siteworks at Bundanon is on next weekend. I am pleased to say that Dr. Agnieszka Golda and myself (Jo Law) will be presenting a new collaborative work at the event. It will be great to see you there.
SATURDAY 24 SEPTEMBER
From noon til late
BUNDANON HOMESTEAD, BUNDANON
Camping $10 per person (kids under 12 free).
Find out more here.
Thanks to Shaun, Joel, and Nathan for camera work and editing.