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Ecological: Practices and challenge of sustainabilitySpeakers: José Roca and Keg de SouzaThis program is part of ACCA’s 2021 Lecture Series, Experimental Institutionalism: Contemporary Art and Curatorial Ecologies, which delves into the artistic, curatorial, organisational and institutional models in which artists, curators and producers reflect an…
 
Electronic: Modelling the digital present and tools for the futureSpeakers: Seb Chan and Sahej RahalSeb Chan is the Chief Experience Officer (CXO) at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image where he is responsible for a holistic, multi-channel, visitor-centred design strategy for the institution. Until August 2015, he was Director of Digital & E…
 
Listen now to Cheri Magid and Stephanie McCarter on ‘A Poem and a Mistake’, presented between 27 August – 12 September at acca.melbourne as part of the exhibition 'A Biography of Daphne.' Read more here: https://acca.melbourne/program/a-poem-and-a-mistake-by-cheri-magid/By ACCA (Australian Centre for Contemporary Art)
 
Listen now to Mihnea Mircan in conversation with artists Erik Bünger, Inge Meijer, and Katie West to discuss their works featured in the exhibition 'A Biography of Daphne'.A Biography of Daphne’ is a curatorial project that revisits the Classical myth of Daphne as the starting point for an investigation of trauma and metamorphosis, symbiosis and en…
 
Employment: Art, labour and changing modes of workingThis program is part of ACCA’s 2021 Lecture Series, Experimental Institutionalism: Contemporary Art and Curatorial Ecologies and features two short lectures by Alana Kushnir and Julieta Aranda followed by a conversation with ACCA Curator Miriam Kelly.Alana Kushnir explores collaboration, labour a…
 
Listen to artists Lauren Burrow and Nicholas Mangan as they discuss their works featured in the exhibition 'A Biography of Daphne'.​‘A Biography of Daphne’ is a curatorial project that revisits the Classical myth of Daphne as the starting point for an investigation of trauma and metamorphosis, symbiosis and entanglement in contemporary art. Daphne,…
 
What similarities and alliances can be drawn across borders, and how do we work and learn differently in response to the specificities of locality, place, culture and community? Can we work better together? What futures are possible or likely for the contemporary art ecology?Listen now to Expanded: Collectivity and Solidarity in Changing Times now,…
 
Listen now to the third conversation in the Think Tank series as part of the forthcoming exhibition Who’s Afraid of Public Space?Presented in partnership with Art Projects Australia (APA), this session will be moderated by ACCA’s Public Programs Coordinator Bianca Winataputri and include contributors Dewi Cooke, Eleanor Jackson, Sim Luttin, Michael…
 
Listen now to a conversation between between Yhonnie Scarce, Kokatha and Nukunu artist from South Australia, Mykaela Saunders, writer, teacher, and community researcher and Dimity Hawkins, Australian activist, researcher and academic.This podcast concludes the series produced in association with 'Yhonnie Scarce: Missile Park', including Glass with …
 
Listen now to a conversation between Yhonnie Scarce, Kokatha and Nukunu artist from South Australia and Lisa Radford, artist and writer about their collaborative project 'Concrete Archives.'Stay tuned for further podcasts to be released, produced in association with 'Yhonnie Scarce: Missile Park.'By ACCA (Australian Centre for Contemporary Art)
 
Listen now to a conversation between Hannah Presley, currently curator of Indigenous art at the National Gallery of Victoria and inaugural curator for the Yalingwa program at ACCA, and Lisa Waup, artist and co-curator of 'Yhonnie Scarce: Missile Park.'Stay tuned for further podcasts to be released, produced in association with 'Yhonnie Scarce: Miss…
 
Listen now to a conversation between ​Louis Anderson Mokak, a Djugun man from West Kimberley and interdisciplinary designer, Mikhail Rodrick, architect at Wood Marsh and Yhonnie Scarce's long-term collaborator, and Kim Bridgland, a director at Melbourne based architecture studio Edition Office. ​Stay tuned for further podcasts to be released, produ…
 
ACCA and the non/fictionLab at RMIT are pleased to present a live snapshot of outcomes and processes from the 2021 program of Writing in the Expanded Field Volume 3: Overlapping Writing, developed in conjunction with ACCA’s summer show Overlapping Magisteria. Program participants: Des Barry, Anna Kate Blair, Alisa Blakeney, Sophia Cai, Kate Jama, P…
 
Listen now to a discussion about the medium of glass between Yhonnie Scarce, Kokatha and Nukunu artist from South Australia, Kristel Britcher, artist, designer and head of the Jam Factory glass studio, and Lisa Slade, Assistant Director at the Art Gallery of South Australia.Stay tuned for further podcasts to be released, produced in association wit…
 
Counter-monuments: Indigenous settler relations in Australian contemporary art and memorial practicesSession Three: Friday 19 March 2021Chair: Dr Marnie Badham, Senior Research Fellow, CAST, RMIT School of Art SPEAKERS: Unbound Collective: Sovereign Acts of (Anti)Memorial LoveDjon Mundine: Remembering and Forgetting –Forgiveness and Not Forgetting …
 
Counter-monuments: Indigenous settler relations in Australian contemporary art and memorial practicesSession Two: Thursday 18 March 2021Chair: Genevieve Grieves, Indigenous Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Melbourne SPEAKERS:Dr Fiona Foley: Honouring our Aboriginal WarriorsCarol Que and Joel Sherwood Spring: Mutually assured constructionLilly Bro…
 
Counter-monuments: Indigenous settler relations in Australian contemporary art and memorial practicesSession One: Wednesday 17 March 2021Chair: Associate Professor Sana Nakata, co-founder of the Indigenous Settler Relations Collaboration, University of Melbourne: SPEAKERS:Genevieve Grieves and Dr Amy Spiers: Counter-monuments: An introduction Dr Ju…
 
Education: Alternatives and the Academy with Emily Floyd and Gridthiya GaweewongThis program is part of ACCA’s 2021 Lecture Series, Experimental Institutionalism: Contemporary Art and Curatorial Ecologies and features two short lectures by Emily Floyd and Gridthiya Gaweewong, followed by a conversation with ACCA’s Artistic Director and CEO Max Dela…
 
Listen to a conversation between exhibiting artist Yhonnie Scarce and exhibition curator Max Delany about Scarce’s major new commission, 'Missile Park'.'Missile Park' extends Scarce’s research into the impacts of nuclear testing on the land and the people of South Australia, and the architectural legacies of past and ongoing international military …
 
Listen now to Yhonnie Scarce in conversation with Daniel Browning, producer and presenter of Awaye! on ABC Radio National, as they unpack a range of ideas in Scarce’s practice and consider the works on display in the artist’s major solo survey, 'Yhonnie Scarce: Missile Park'.Yhonnie Scarce is an artist known for sculptural installations which span …
 
ACCA’s 2021 Lecture Series ‘Experimental Institutionalism: Contemporary Art & Curatorial Ecologies’ delves into the artistic, curatorial, organisational and institutional models in which artists, curators and producers reflect and shape the role of contemporary art practice.Our first lecture ‘Exchange: Reciprocity and institutional collaboration’ f…
 
Listen to artists Mimosa Echard, Sidney McMahon and Robert Andrew and and as they discuss their newly commissioned works for Overlapping Magisteria: the 2020 Macfarlane Commissions.Encompassing living organisms, kinetic installations and immersive assemblages, Overlapping Magisteria pays attention to multiple ways of knowing, sensing, feeling and i…
 
Speakers: Rebecca Huntley, Isadora Vaughan, Amanda Cachia and Tim Riley Walsh.Listen to a panel of artists, writers, academics, journalists and environmentalists each addressing our collective responsibility to sustain our planet.​This forum reflects on working better together across various disciplines and backgrounds in addressing the climate eme…
 
Listen to artists Isadora Vaughan and Sam Petersen as they discuss their newly commissioned works for Overlapping Magisteria: The 2020 Macfarlane Commissions.Encompassing living organisms, kinetic installations and immersive assemblages, Overlapping Magisteria pays attention to multiple ways of knowing, sensing, feeling and interacting with the wor…
 
Brook Andrew, Artistic Director of NIRIN, 22nd Biennale of Sydney in discussion with exhibiting NIRIN NAARM artists, including Victoria Hunt, Justin Shoulder and James Tylor.Hosted online for a limited one-week period from 10–15 November, NIRIN NAARM is a unique collaboration between ACCA and the Biennale of Sydney, presenting key works from NIRIN,…
 
This episode featuring Tony Birch is part of Six Walks an audio walking tour series commissioned by ACCA – Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.Find bio, access notes, images and further information here: https://acca.melbourne/six-walks-episode-one-tony-birch/ABOUT THIS EPISODE:Tony Birch’s walk, along a section of the Birrarung (Yarra) river fr…
 
This episode featuring Sophie Cunningham is part of Six Walks an audio walking tour series commissioned by ACCA – Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.Find bio, access notes, images and further information here: https://acca.melbourne/six-walks-episode-two-sophie-cunningham/ABOUT THIS EPISODE:In this episode of Six Walks, author Sophie Cunningham…
 
This episode featuring Eleanor Jackson is part of Six Walks an audio walking tour series commissioned by ACCA – Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.Find bio, access notes, images and further information here: https://acca.melbourne/six-walks-episode-three-eleanor-jackson/ABOUT THIS EPISODE:New parents are frequently told about the importance of …
 
This episode featuring Idil Ali is part of Six Walks an audio walking tour series commissioned by ACCA – Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.Find bio, access notes, images and further information here: https://acca.melbourne/six-walks-episode-four-idil-ali/ABOUT THIS EPISODE: In this episode of Six Walks, storyteller Idil Ali guides you through …
 
This episode featuring Timmah Ball is part of Six Walks an audio walking tour series commissioned by ACCA – Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.Find bio, access notes, images and further information here: https://acca.melbourne/six-walks-episode-five-timmah-ball/ABOUT THIS EPISODE: Hidden between parkland and suburbia along the Maribyrnong River…
 
This episode featuring Christos Tsiolkas is part of Six Walks an audio walking tour series commissioned by ACCA – Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.Find bio, access notes, images and further information here: https://acca.melbourne/six-walks-episode-six-christos-tsiolkas/ABOUT THIS EPISODE:Christos Tsiolkas first got to know the city by fallin…
 
Listen to ACCA’s Public Programs Coordinator Bianca Winataputri in conversation with ACCA Open artists Léuli Eshrāghi, Sean Peoples and Zanny Begg to discuss their new digital commissions that respond to the unusual times and cultural conditions in which they are produced. Zanny Begg’s filmic narrative presents psycho-philosophical reflections on h…
 
DEFINING MOMENTS LECTURE SERIES: Founding of Gallery 4A and the inaugural exhibition in 1997 with Dr Mikala TaiABOUT THIS LECTURE: In this lecture, Dr Mikala Tai discusses the founding of Gallery 4A in Sydney and its inaugural exhibition in 1997 featuring three Asian-Australian artists: Emil Goh, Lindy Lee and Hou Leong, curated by Melissa Chiu, 4A…
 
A lively digital discussion, Think Tank #2 will engage with ideas of collaboration, collectivity, community engaged practice and the commons, as part of the Think Tank series as part of ACCA’s forthcoming exhibition Who’s Afraid of Public Space?Presented in partnership with Footscray Community Arts Centre (FCAC), and moderated by FCAC Artistic Dire…
 
In this lecture, Dr Stephen Gilchrist considers two major exhibitions as key examples of Indigenous curation that encode Indigenous philosophies of critical care and value — 'Aratjara: Art of the First Australians' 1993 at Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Dusseldorf; and 'fluent: Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Yvonne Koolmatrie, Judy Watson' at the Austr…
 
DEFINING MOMENTS LECTURE SERIES CONTINUES: Listen to Dr Ted Gott discussing the landmark 1994 exhibition ‘Don’t Leave Me This Way: Art in the Age of AIDS’ at the National Gallery of Australia, which presented over 200 works on the subject of HIV/AIDS by more than 100 Australian and international artists.Part of ACCA's lecture series 'Defining Momen…
 
Listen to ACCA’s Senior Curator Annika Kristensen in conversation with ACCA Open artists Archie Barry, Madeleine Flynn and Tim Humphrey, and Amrita Hepi and Sam Lieblich to discuss their new digital commissions that respond to the unusual times and cultural conditions in which they are produced.By ACCA (Australian Centre for Contemporary Art)
 
In our final ACCA Book Club, Ellen van Neerven discusses 'Throat', their newly published poetry collection, which explores love, language and land, and shines a light on Australia’s unreconciled past and precarious present with humour and heart.ABOUT THE SPEAKER:Ellen van Neerven is an award-winning writer of Mununjali Yugambeh (South East Queensla…
 
DEFINING MOMENTS LECTURE SERIES: The first Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art at the Queensland Art Gallery 1993 with Doug Hall AM ABOUT THIS LECTURE: In this lecture, Doug Hall AM reflects on the unique circumstances and legacy of the first Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art at the Queensland Art Gallery in Brisbane 1993, and how i…
 
In this edition of ACCA Book Club, Wotjobaluk writer, consultant, artist and curator Kat Clarke discussed the role of sensation and memory in the development of a new written work. Clarke read her story ‘The Road Trip’, written in association with the 2018 ACCA exhibition 'A Lightness of Spirit is the Measure of Happiness' and finished the session …
 
In this session of ACCA's Book Club, author and activist Tony Birch and Max Delany discuss two of Birch's essays about site-specific writing, one written in reflection of a residency in Banff, Canada to research climate change and Indigenous knowledge, and the second considering the ecological pertinence of the walking/reflective/philosophical essa…
 
Defining Moments: 'The Aboriginal Memorial' at the 1988 Biennale of Sydney with Djon Mundine, OAM.ABOUT THE LECTURE:Djon Mundine OAM reflects on his personal account of the initial development of the idea of 'The Aboriginal Memorial' from a series of projects which involved all sections of the local art community, to the genesis of an idea for a me…
 
This conversation between Peter Cripps and Channon Goodwin considers the contemporary relevance of ideas of 'recession art', and follows on from the the lecture by Cripps and response from Goodwin, addressing the 1985 exhibition 'Recession art and other strategies' 1985 at the IMA, curated by Cripps, and the 2019 publication 'Permanent Recession', …
 
A lecture by artist Peter Cripps on the exhibition 'Recession art and other strategies' 1985 at the IMA Brisbane, followed by a response from Channon Goodwin. Part of ACCA's Lecture Series 'Defining Moments: Australian Exhibition Histories 1968–1999'. Listen to the follow up conversation between Peter Cripps and Channon Goodwin (Director of Bus Pro…
 
In this session of ACCA Book Club, Quentin Sprague and John Kean discusses Sprague’s 2020 book, 'The Stranger Artist' (published by Hardie Grant).ACCA Book Club is our new monthly lunch-time catch up about reading, writing and more. Each month, we invite a special guest and previous contributor to ACCA publications, to lead an open and active discu…
 
In this first recorded ACCA Book Club, Elvis Richardson and Melinda Rackham discuss their forthcoming publication 'CoUNTess: Spoiling Illusions since 2008', specifically '‘Chapter 3: My Brilliant Art School Career’ with participants on Zoom.ACCA Book Club is our new monthly lunch-time catch up about reading, writing and more. Each month, we invite …
 
Popism, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 1982Lecture by Judy AnnearThe exhibition POPISM was held at the National Gallery of Victoria in 1982. At 24 years old, recent honours graduate and founder and editor of Art & Text magazine, Paul Taylor was invited to curate an exhibition of contemporary Australian art. The NGV was usually described a…
 
This Think Tank is the first in a series of public forums that will take place over the next twelve months that will both feed into and highlight the ideas and concerns of ACCA’s forthcoming 2021 research, publication and exhibition project, 'Who’s Afraid of Public Space?'This forum featured key thinkers in public culture, art and design to conside…
 
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