an eVENT from Music Art Discussion
Supporting our greatest communicators, our artists, musicians, actors, entertainers and speakers impacted with the challenge of holding physical gatherings during this extraordinary time, we recognise and are exploring ways to re-connect the associated performance industries suffering the extreme effects of the social restrictions aligned to Covid19.
‘blink of an eye’ is a film capturing the faces of people who make their living from and in many ways live to be on a stage, performing and connecting with an audience. They are part of an industry that has drastically suffered from the effects of the global pandemic and with no reassurance of life returning to what we once knew as our ‘normal’ it is understandable that people are feeling anxious, angry, frustrated and perhaps, like me, just longing to be on a stage once again.
My passion is using Art as a medium to communicate, to 'speak' without words,
nor a need for translation.
Each piece conveys a message about our shared Humanity and the fascinating contradiction of our anonymity set against our absolute interdependency.
I create with the dream that once you have one of my Art pieces hanging on your wall, or you're wearing one of our fabrics, that you will take a moment to contemplate the significance of a life. one person can make a tremendous difference!
I am thrilled to be a part of the oldest continuously running studio collective in Australia, Central Studios Inc is a space for artists by artists.
In addition to nineteen individual studios occupied by diverse creatives, Central Studios awards two six month residencies annually for South Australian artists with the support of the Government of South Australia through the Department of the Premier and Cabinet.
As a part of our commitment to education and professional development, the studios also present workshops and masterclasses for people of all levels of ability.
Check in soon to see our new pieces and fabrics, including the Art Kimono range ...November 2020.
First series 'Who Cares?' - Exploring the stories from the people who work in the fields that make a positive difference to our everyday lives.
Art Cards ...
Using image to say what words, perhaps can not