31 Jul Great member offers for Term 3
We hope you made it to QATACON22 and enjoyed the fantastic selection of presentations and workshops on offer this year.
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WIN A TICKET FOR THE ZART WOMEN IN ART CONFERENCE
Our fabulous and extremely generous friends at Zart have given us a complimentary ticket to the Zart Conference 2022, WOMEN IN ART. The conference in completely online and includes keynote presentations and a great choice of practical workshops and speakers. Click here to check out the full program. Conference attendees will be sent a materials pack for their choice of hands-on workshop. Please note, this workshop is Monday and Tuesday of week 10, term 3. Make sure you are able to attend before entering. (Maybe you can share the days or sessions with a colleague.)
To enter for your chance to win, send an email to [email protected]
with the subject line: ZART conference.
Include your name, school, mobile number and confirmation that you will be available to attend.
Competition closes 3pm Thursday 11 August. Winner drawn during the IN THE STUDIO event.
IN THE STUDIO: KEN + JULIA YONETANI
Thursday 11 August 2022 | 4:30 – 6:00 pm | Streaming live from Japan
Not able to leave Japan with exhibitions cancelled and postponed internationally, Japanese Australian artists Ken + Julia Yonetani decided to create their own off-grid art facility, Dreams Art House, to feature their work and promote local arts and culture as well as sustainability and community engagement in the Kyoto countryside. Kamiyoshi, literally the ‘lucky gods’ is one of Japan’s many disappearing villages, where population decline has led to neglect and dilapidation. The artists hope to restore one such building, to create a hub for art and cultural exchange, the promotion of sustainable environmental practices, the forging of grassroots networks, and the rejuvenation of the countryside.
In the workshop, Ken + Julia will share a tour of their studio, key aspects of their art practice and a focus on the Dysbiotica body of work currently on display at the QUT Art Museum in their survey show, To Be Human, followed by an artist-led, practical workshop.