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SITE & SITUATION | EVENING PUBLIC ART FORUM WITH JACOB NASH

FREE

Bookings Essential – Tickets are Limited

Session Three | Site and Situation with Jacob Nash

When | Tuesday 22nd June 2021

Time | 6.30pm – 8.30pm

Where | The Dust Temple, Currumbin

 

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Description

An initiative by City of Gold Coast curated by SWELL Sculpture.  

Site & Situation | Public Art Forums + intensive workshops

Come along to experience thought-provoking presentations by Nikos Papastergiadis, Lucy Keeler, and Jacob Nash; participate in Q & A’s; meet and mingle with fellow creatives and community members.

Each presenter will share knowledge on developing contemporary concepts, honing their practice and process of collaboration to produce public art. Arts enthusiasts are invited to participate in discussions of public art through knowledge-sharing about how the public, the site, and the ideas intersect in making and enjoying art in public spaces and places.

Event format:

Day One | Evening Public Art Forum featuring Invited National Arts Professional | 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Day Two | Intensive full-day workshop led by Invited Artist for selected participants | 10 am to 4 pm

Dates:

27+28 April |  Professor Nikos Papastergiadis |Dukes Parlour, The Island, Surfers Paradise

25+26 May | Vivid Lighting Curator Lucy Keeler | HOTA, Home of the Arts, Surfers Paradise

22+23 June | First Nations Set Designer and Public Sculptor Jacob Nash | Dust Temple, Currumbin

Bookings essential for Site and Situation Evening Public Forums | FREE and open to public | Tickets Limited

Apply to participate in Site and Situation Intensive Workshops | FREE and open to Gold Coast based arts practitioners only via EOI| Conditions Apply

Session One | Site and Situation with Professor Nikos Papastergiadis, VIC | Evening Forum + Workshop

Session Two | Site and Situation with Lucy Keeler, NSW | Evening Forum + Workshop

Session Three | Site and Situation with Jacob Nash, NSW | Evening Forum + Workshop

 

Photography-Lisa-Tomasetti

 

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