Join us for a combined TiNA festival launch and Watt Space exhibition opening: Liquefy and Stickum: Experimental Art House. Incorporating Critical Animals Performance Evening.
Climb inside. This work examines the relationship between specatorship and empathy. By removing visuals, you will be drawn closer to a raw experience.
Supported by the Australia Council for the Arts
Opening the Critical Animals 2016 Official Exhibition at The Lock-Up contemporary art space. Bringing together joyous, pop influenced art practices, Reference Point lays bare the importance of historical references in contemporary practices.
A tough and glittery bike gang of tough women, genderqueer/non-binary and trans people ride through the city. You're invited.
Cultural identity is often formed by our sense of place in history, our lineage and ancestry. This panel explores the ways in which our heritage and Australian
identity shape our worldview and experiences.