Dear friends! Below is the E-flyer to the upcoming launch of ‘Edge of Elsewhere’ held between Gallery 4a Asia Australia Arts Centre (opening 14 January 2010) and Campbelltown Arts Centre (opening 15 January 2010) in Sydney, as part of the visual arts program of Sydney Festival 2010! Artists include: Brook Andrew, Arahmaiani, Richard Bell, YOUNG-HAE […]
The photographic documentation of the Talanoa: Walk the Talk III & IV performances held in Sydney can now be viewed online, courtesy of photographer Susannah Wimberley. Both performances were filmed and are currently in the process of editing. The final version will be presented as a moving image work, to be featured in a group […]
The ‘Assume Nothing’ film will be screened as part of the Queer DOC film festival in Sydney on 9th September 2009. Directed by filmmaker Kirsty MacDonald, ‘Assume Nothing’ is also a finalist in the Qantas Film and Television Awards for Best Arts/Festival/Feature – Documentary!
Talanoa: Walk the Talk IV Shigeyuki Kihara has collaborated with the Ingleburn RSL Club, Campbelltown Community Pipes and Drums and Wuruniri Music and Dance to present Talanoa: Walk the Talk IV, a free performance at Redfern Community Centre on Saturday 15 August at 12pm. In Samoa the concept of talanoa is a process of discussion […]
Talanoa: Walk the Talk IV is a free public performance at Redfern Community Centre, Sydney, Australia on Saturday 15 August 2009, from 12pm. Featuring: Wuruniri Music and Dance; Ingleburn RSL Club & Campbelltown Community Pipes and Drums. During my seven-week residency hosted by the Campbelltown Arts Centre, Sydney I am staging the Talanoa: Walk the […]
Shigeyuki Kihara has collaborated with the Mukti Gupteshar Mandir Society and the Congregational Christian Church Samoa to present Talanoa: Walk the Talk III, a work that explores cross-cultural relationships within communities. The latest performance is happening in Minto, Sydney on Saturday 8 August from 10.30am.
‘Hand in Hand’ is a group exhibition which explores the experiences of indigenous and ‘queer’ artists from Australia and the Pacific, curated by Jenny Fraser and Shigeyuki Kihara. The ‘Hand in Hand’ exhibition was formerly staged at Performance Space and Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative – both venues based in Sydney – earlier this year. The […]
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