Conversations: Changing courses by Keg de Souza at AGNSW
Artist Keg de Souza hosts a series of conversations and food events as part of her work Changing courses for the exhibition The National 2017: new Australian art.
At each session, we'll gather in de Souza's immersive installation on lower level 2 of the Art Gallery of NSW for a discussion on aspects of food culture in Australia. While sampling food specific to the conversation, we'll unpack the identity of a place through food.
Wednesdays 26 April, 24 May, 28 June
Free, bookings essential
For the full program and online booking, visit the Art Gallery of NSW website.
Performance salon: It was about opening the very notion that there was a particular perspective by Alex Martinis Roe at AGNSW
During the course of the exhibition The National 2017: new Australian art, artist Alex Martinis Roe will be a hosting a series of workshops in which participants develop their own stories that build on the feminist and political histories of 1970s and 80s Sydney.
Join her for a performance salon that marks the culmination of these workshops.
The performances will take various formats, which might include lecture-performance, amateur theatre, choreography, film or debate. Through this coming together, they will form a series of propositions for 'feminist collective practice'.
This body of work is part of Martinis Roe's It was about opening the very notion that there was a particular perspective 2015-17, which includes a three-channel video installation on display at the Gallery.
Saturday 15 July, 2pm
Free, bookings required
Duration 2 hours