Youth Week Event: Socially engaged arts practice (16-25 years)
SPACE: PERFORMANCE SPACE
WHEN: 1-4pm – 14 Apr 2018
COST: FREE (RSVP Essential)
The City’s library youth curators and Pine Street Creative Arts Centre present a panel of some of Sydney’s most innovative cross-disciplinary artists. Each panellist will deconstruct their practice, share examples of their work, and open up a Q&A with the audience.
By working closely and inclusively with relevant segments of the community, socially engaged art practitioners investigate current issues and affect social and political change.
Come and meet other young creatives and discover what socially engaged art practice means and looks like. Find out how you can collaborate to create a successful art project and get inspired to bring your own ideas and projects to life.
Hosted by creative instigator and writer, Natalie Wadwell, this is a one-of-a-kind event.
Stick around after the panel for some food and socially engaged activations.
Cat Jones is an award-winning, interdisciplinary artist, writer and researcher. With a focus on producing immersive and socially engaged art, her work is transformative and unique.
Branch Nebula is one of Australia’s most adventurous performance companies working at the nexus between theatre, dance, sport & street-styles.
Pia van Gelder
Pia van Gelder is an electronic artist and researcher. Van Gelder’s work involves designing and building electronic instruments that are presented in performance and interactive installation contexts as well as workshops.
George Poonkhin Khut
George Poonkhin Khut is an artist and interaction-designer working across the fields of electronic art, interaction design and arts-in-health. He lectures in art and interaction design at UNSW Art & Design (University of New South Wales, Faculty of Art & Design) in Sydney, Australia.
This free event is suitable for young people aged 16 to 25 years and over.
Bookings essential. If you book and can no longer attend, please cancel your ticket as seats are limited.