Presenting jazz in its many forms, from the earthy swing of New Orleans to the classic cool of the modern era.
After explores the intersections of culture, gender, and sexuality, and the ongoing racism, homophobia, and transphobia faced by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTIQA+ community.
Embracing the Familiar is an exhibition of stories and tree rubbings created with the community.
This public program invites us to consider the plant-life around us in new ways.
Drop in and have fun creating a text-based community installation, with fabric and natural plant dyes.
Rory Gillen is an audiovisual and new media artist and educator based in Canberra. Working across photography, audio, video, and electronics Gillen creates multisensory installations that critically engage with concepts of post-digital agency and transparency.
Dark Euphoria is an installation of poetic, domestic objects cast from ground charcoal; remnants of the 2019-20 mega-fires. The artists sought to bring into play the trauma of the fires with rich aesthetic traditions; vessels as stilled life, evocative materiality and Buddhism’s endless Sunyata. Void-like, against a shimmering, endless surface, the objects invite contemplation and solace. An accompanying community project invites viewers to make visible their own experience.
The second Woden Arts market is on Sunday 29 August at the Southside Farmers Market.
The project will include interviews with graffiti writers from the 1980s to now, and we are also keen to locate images of graffiti from the past.
This is the first solo exhibition by recent ANU SoAD graduate, and ANU EASS Exhibition Award recipient, Alexa Malizon.