Sydney’s wild SafARI

15 June 2012

Artist Run Initiatives (ARIs) are a vital part of the arts industry. They foster collaboration, innovation and provide valuable professional development opportunities for artists. SafARI, Sydney’s premier fringe visual arts event is no exception to this rule.

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The Australian Muslim Women’s Arts Project

11 May 2012

The Australian Muslim Women’s Arts Project is a national cultural engagement project by Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, funded by the Australia Council and the Australian Human Rights Commission. The project has supported Australian Muslim women to engage local communities in the creation of new work. These works have come out of the creative hub of.

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Synapse: Ken and Julia Yonetani’s Salt Sculptures

13 January 2012

The Murray-Darling basin is often referred to as the ‘food bowl’, supplying water to much of the Australia’s food production. Artists Ken and Julia Yonetani spent three months in Mildura with the Murray-Darling Freshwater Research Centre, and created a ‘food ‘bowl’ from salt. This took place as a Synapse art-science residency supported by the Australian.

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