Sunday 1 October
12:30 - 14:30

Criticism for Accountability

Critical Animals

How can criticism comment on a body of work or an industry as a means of holding it to a higher standard? How can artists and critics work together to continue the conversation once the performance is over and the review is published? Join three established arts and cultural critics for a lively discussion on the state of arts criticism in Australia.

Cassie Tongue, Dee Jefferson and Sarinah Masukor

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