Search Results for "Critical Animals"

Thursday
28 September

Co•–st•–l W•–ve Tr•–nsl•–tor
10:00 - 16:30

Co•–st•–l W•–ve Tr•–nsl•–tor

Critical Animals

A live sound installation converting wave data collected from buoys near Australia’s offshore detention centres into an unrepentant, face-melting siren.

Newcastle Museum, Workshop Way Forecourt.

Sticker Protest
10:00 - 17:00

Sticker Protest

Critical Animals

Visual artist Nina Ross invites audiences to engage with ongoing issues of fair pay for artists through a playful sticker protest in unexpected locations throughout the festival.

Roving through different event locations.

The Shape of Memory
10:00 - 17:00

The Shape of Memory

Critical Animals

The Shape of Memory explores giving a form or shape to the intangible concept of memory and its effects on our past, present and future.

In partnership with The Lock-Up.

Exhibition runs till 15 October 2017.

 

Three Page Story
10:00 - 17:00

Three Page Story

Critical Animals

Ex-student of Newcastle Art School, Stephanie Gobor initiates an exhibition involving collaboration between art students and creative writers.

26/9/17 - 28/9/17


Three Page Story Exhibition Opening
14:00 - 16:00

Three Page Story Exhibition Opening

Critical Animals

Meet and celebrate with TAFE’s printmaking students at the exhibition opening of Three Page Story, a collaboration between art students and writers.

Speculative Memories: Part #4 The Objectorium
19:00 - 22:00

Speculative Memories: Part #4 The Objectorium

Critical Animals

This digital interactive piece investigates notions of personal and public memory. This work looks at ideas of distortion, identity, control and social construction.


Friday
29 September

Artist-led
10:00 - 11:00

Artist-led

Critical Animals

Artist-led discusses the tactics artists use to comment on the community they produce work within. This panel will be recorded and broadcast on FBi Radio’s Canvas: Art & Ideas on Sunday 1 October.

Co•–st•–l W•–ve Tr•–nsl•–tor
10:00 - 16:30

Co•–st•–l W•–ve Tr•–nsl•–tor

Critical Animals

A live sound installation converting wave data collected from buoys near Australia’s offshore detention centres into an unrepentant, face-melting siren.

Newcastle Museum, Workshop Way Forecourt.

 

Three Page Story
10:00 - 17:00

Three Page Story

Critical Animals

Ex-student of Newcastle Art School, Stephanie Gobor initiates an exhibition involving collaboration between art students and creative writers.

Monday, 26 September - Thursday, 28 September

 

Sticker Protest
10:00 - 17:00

Sticker Protest

Critical Animals

Visual artist Nina Ross invites audiences to engage with ongoing issues of fair pay for artists through a playful sticker protest in unexpected locations throughout the festival.

Roving through different event locations.


 

The Shape of Memory
10:00 - 17:00

The Shape of Memory

Critical Animals

The Shape of Memory explores giving a form or shape to the intangible concept of memory and its effects on our past, present and future.

In partnership with The Lock-Up.

Exhibition runs till 15 October 2017

The 'Real' World
13:00 - 15:00

The 'Real' World

Critical Animals

Get diagnosed at the door and experience the interface with the 'real' world. An immersive, sensory journey explore disability advocacy.

Intoxication
15:30 - 16:30

Intoxication

Critical Animals

Intimacy is dead, and we’re partying with its corpse. Intoxication is a post-dramatic patchwork about the fear of being alone.

SADISCO
15:30 - 20:00

SADISCO

Critical Animals

Conflating sad, sadism and disco, SADISCO explores an excruciating fusion of pleasure with politics, singing with liberation, glitter with guts.

Speculative Memories: Part #4 The Objectorium
19:00 - 22:00

Speculative Memories: Part #4 The Objectorium

Critical Animals

This digital interactive piece investigates notions of personal and public memory. This work looks at ideas of distortion, identity, control and social construction.


Saturday
30 September

Critical Suburbia
10:00 - 11:45

Critical Suburbia

Critical Animals

Launch of Karen Lowry’s “Chamberlain Street” (suburban poetry game) and discussion of Digital Humanities as Critical Theory with Bill Pascoe.

Co•–st•–l W•–ve Tr•–nsl•–tor
10:00 - 16:30

Co•–st•–l W•–ve Tr•–nsl•–tor

Critical Animals

A live sound installation converting wave data collected from buoys near Australia’s offshore detention centres into an unrepentant, face-melting siren.

Newcastle Museum, Workshop Way Forecourt.

Sticker Protest
10:00 - 17:00

Sticker Protest

Critical Animals

Visual artist Nina Ross invites audiences to engage with ongoing issues of fair pay for artists through a playful sticker protest in unexpected locations throughout the festival.

Roving through different event locations.

The Shape of Memory
10:00 - 17:00

The Shape of Memory

Critical Animals

The Shape of Memory explores giving a form or shape to the intangible concept of memory and its effects on our past, present and future.

In partnership with The Lock-Up.

Exhibition runs till 15 October 2017

SADISCO
11:00 - 18:00

SADISCO

Critical Animals

Conflating sad, sadism and disco, SADISCO explores an excruciating fusion of pleasure with politics, singing with liberation, glitter with guts.

a complified unified theory of you (me)
12:00 - 15:00

a complified unified theory of you (me)

Critical Animals

Part-performance, part-sly-participatory event, part-song-and-dance trance, artists Vidya Rajan & Nithya Nagarajan invite you to create a completely unified theory of them.

These Romans Are Crazy: How Asterix and Obelix can help us understand the age of alternative facts
12:30 - 13:30

These Romans Are Crazy: How Asterix and Obelix can help us understand the age of alternative facts

Critical Animals

A performance lecture addressing how being historically hoodwinked as children has made us a passive audience to the lies our leaders tell us.

Waking Up
14:00 - 15:45

Waking Up

Critical Animals

In a world where socially engaged art is more important than ever, how do artists work ethically with communities?

Critical Mass
15:00 - 16:00

Critical Mass

Critical Animals

Join Perth based performance poet Scott-Patrick Mitchell (SPM) for Critical Mass, an experimental, immersive poetry walking tour that aims to not only transform Newcastle, but you as well.

Commences Newcastle Museum and concludes at The Lock-Up


The Shape of Memory Exhibition Opening
16:00 - 19:00

The Shape of Memory Exhibition Opening

Critical Animals

Join us for the opening of The Shape of Memory, an exhibition which explores giving a form or shape to the intangible concept of memory and its effects on our past, present and future.

In partnership with The Lock-Up.

Exhibition runs till 15 October 2017

 

 

Speculative Memories: Part #4 The Objectorium
19:00 - 22:00

Speculative Memories: Part #4 The Objectorium

Critical Animals

This digital interactive piece investigates notions of personal and public memory. This work looks at ideas of distortion, identity, control and social construction.


Sunday
1 October

Feminist Pop Tarts: (De)constructing pop culture
10:00 - 12:00

Feminist Pop Tarts: (De)constructing pop culture

Critical Animals

Four academics and artists talk about the intersections between pop culture and feminism – the good, the bad and the debatable.

Co•–st•–l W•–ve Tr•–nsl•–tor
10:00 - 16:30

Co•–st•–l W•–ve Tr•–nsl•–tor

Critical Animals

A live sound installation converting wave data collected from buoys near Australia’s offshore detention centres into an unrepentant, face-melting siren.

Newcastle Museum, Workshop Way Forecourt.

Sticker Protest
10:00 - 17:00

Sticker Protest

Critical Animals

Visual artist Nina Ross invites audiences to engage with ongoing issues of fair pay for artists through a playful sticker protest in unexpected locations throughout the festival.

Roving through different event locations.

The Shape of Memory
10:00 - 17:00

The Shape of Memory

Critical Animals

The Shape of Memory explores giving a form or shape to the intangible concept of memory and its effects on our past, present and future.

In partnership with The Lock-Up.

Exhibition runs till 15 October 2017

Criticism for Accountability
12:30 - 14:30

Criticism for Accountability

Critical Animals

What is the responsibility of the critic to advocate for change? Three cultural commentators discuss the current state of arts criticism.

 

Questions of everyday feeling: media and the shaping of gender
15:00 - 17:00

Questions of everyday feeling: media and the shaping of gender

Critical Animals

This panel focuses on how gender and affects (such as joy, laughter and fear) are (re)produced through physical/mediated spaces.

SADISCO
16:30 - 18:30

SADISCO

Critical Animals

Conflating sad, sadism and disco, SADISCO explores an excruciating fusion of pleasure with politics, singing with liberation, glitter with guts.

Ceremony for Lost Natural Connections
17:00 - 19:00

Ceremony for Lost Natural Connections

Critical Animals

In this temporary activation, mosquito coils are burnt at dusk as part of a ritual exploring lost connections to nature.

Once More With Feeling
18:00 - 21:00

Once More With Feeling

Critical Animals

Celebrate the 20th anniversary of Buffy The Vampire Slayer with an interactive sing-along spectacular celebrating the classic musical episode.

Speculative Memories: Part #4 The Objectorium
19:00 - 22:00

Speculative Memories: Part #4 The Objectorium

Critical Animals

This digital interactive piece investigates notions of personal and public memory. This work looks at ideas of distortion, identity, control and social construction.


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