Create NSW at Vivid Ideas

Don’t worry, 2016 and Be Happy, 2016, Abdul Abdullah. Installation view as part of Jogja Calling, 4a Centre for Contemporary Asian Art. Courtesy of the artist and Fehily Contemporary. Made with the assistance of DGTMB Art Embroidery. Photo: Document Photography.

We’re bringing artists, creatives and screen practitioners together around the table during Sydney’s Vivid Festival to get to the heart of what works, what challenges us and what is sustainable.

Shapeshifter: Reframing Art and Screen Culture will be a conversation that explores the contemporary role of the artist and their commitment to bold, authentic story telling, while the panel Fame and Fortune will unpack strategies on how to make your artistic practice more sustainable, offering take-away tips and covering everything from the emotional, the political, to the practical.

Shapeshifter: Reframing Art and Screen Culture
30 May, 5pm – 7pm
Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
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Fame and Fortune – sustaining your artistic practice
3 June, 10am – 12.30pm
Art Gallery of NSW
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Chris Bunton, Speed of Life, 2016. Ruckus, Pact Centre for Emerging Artists. Photo: Heidrun Lohr.

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Published: 18 May 2017