Public program

Contemporary Art Tasmania presents a range of public programs and special events developed to encourage debate, dialogue and thinking around contemporary art ideas and practice. The program can take the form of artist talks, discussion events, conferences, screenings, symposium, workshops and project specific events. Around 12 events are presented annually. These are often associated with the gallery program and are open to the public, artists and curators.

15-Nov-2018 - 15-Nov-2018

Greyhound: Presentations and discussions on the role and function of the artist’s studio

Duckpond, Kate Geck, David Keeling, Carolyn Wigston

Most artists have a working space, whether its form evokes the traditional atelier model, a hybrid production/ presentation space or a laptop on the kitchen table. The artist studio has a multiplicity of purposes that are as varied as the modes of practices they enable. Through a series of presentations and a Q&A session Duckpond, Kate Geck, Kylie Johnson, David Keeling and Carolyn Wigston will demonstrate a range of relationships that they each have with the studio.
DATE: Thursday 15 November // TIME: 5.30pm // LOCATION: CAT Gallery // A FREE EVENT

Image: CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0) Public Domain Dedication

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