Superposition Studio, designed by Future Method, makes a strong point through an artefact.
Sydney Writers Festival (SWF) lit up Carriageworks in the heritage-listed rail yards in Eveleigh with its “The Year of Power” theme from April 30 to May 6.
Bowerbird is an apt title for Alana Valentine’s book as she is a practitioner of “verbatim” theatre.
The power in Tamara Maximova’s flowers comes from her passion. “When I paint I don’t think. I feel,” she says. “Emotions. Emotions. Emotions.”
If you get to see Obsessed: Compelled to Make “live”, a short film of the exhibiting artists is on continuous loop beside their artworks. You put on headphones and hear their voices. You see them at work in their studios, or outdoors on their tribal lands, and when the film is finished you get to examine the fruit of their labours.
These intrepid women paved the way for new generations of Australian women artists.
Inequality has ballooned to “extreme levels” in some countries.
AWMA is a long time coming, but arrives with the gender-tide turning.
How did it feel to win the scholarship just one day after opening your first commercial solo exhibition in Sydney?
“All creatures are fantastic, we just get used to some,” says artist and teacher Jovana Terzic, co-curator of the Fantastic Creatures group show at the Orchard Gallery this month.