21-Feb-2019 - 21-Feb-2019

Shotgun 7: Approaches to Curating in a Global Context

ALEXIE GLASS-KANTOR

TALK: Alexie Glass-Kantor is Executive Director of Artspace, Sydney. She is Curator for the Encounters sector at Art Basel | Hong Kong (2015 to 2020), which premieres large-scale installations. As curator of over one hundred exhibitions, Glass-Kantor has worked with international artists across generations to develop collaborative projects in independent spaces, collecting institutions, biennials and festivals.

In this talk for CAT she will discuss methodologies and approaches for curating in a global context, across multiple platforms, from an Australian specificity. This event is part of the Shotgun 7 program.

SPEAKER: Alexie Glass-Kantor // WHEN: 5.30pm, Thursday 21 February 2019 // LOCATION: Contemporary Art Tasmania // A FREE EVENT

Image: Hit Man Gurung for 52 ARTISTS 52 ACTIONS, February 2017. Courtesy of the artist.

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16-Mar-2019 - 21-Apr-2019

Shotgun 7: Increase Productivity

GRACE HERBERT

Shotgun is an awarded opportunity that supports the advancement of selected Tasmanian artist/s through a customised and intensive program of high-level industry access, production assistance and critical engagement. Shotgun 7 artist Grace Herbert will present work developed through the program. Increase Productivity is the result of Grace’s preoccupation with ideas of control and regime which she explores through body composition assessment technology.

OPENING: 6pm, Friday 15 March 2019 // EXHIBITION: 16 March - 21 April 2019 // LOCATION: Contemporary Art Tasmania // A FREE EVENT

Image: Grace Herbert, what are you waiting for ?, 2019. Photo courtesy of the artist.

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10-Nov-2018 - 13-Dec-2020

The Partnershipping Project

Anne Lord, Brian Robinson, Dadang Christanto, Damien Shen, David Mangenner Gough, Gail Mabo, Greg Lehman, Greg Leong, Hiromi Tango, Jamin, Joan Kelly, Karla Dickens, Lisa Garland, Lu Forsberg, Obery Sambo, Penny Evans, Ritchie Ares Dona, Rob Douma, Selena De Carvalho, Vanghoua Anthony Vue

THE PARTNERSHIPPING PROJECT (TPP) was conceived as a regional project to link Regional Artists, Regional Galleries, Regional Audiences and asks ‘Does Place Matter?' Curator: Professor Pat Hoffie
Associate Curator: Rosemary MIller // OPENS:6pm Friday, 9 November 2018 // EXHIBITION: 10 November 2018 - 16 December 2018 // LOCATION: Burnie Regional Art Gallery // The Partnershipping Project is a touring exhibition and continues at venues around Australia to finish in Burnie in December 2020.

Image: The Partnershipping Project touring poster. Photo: Lisa Garland, Woolnorth Bay, 2018.

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