In this episode Lauren Ellis, Curatorial Manager at Bendigo Art Gallery, reflects on some of the incredible digital content freely available this year, and lists some recommendations: Dungala Kaiela Oration by Dr Lois Peeler AM; Making Art Work by the Institute of Modern Art; Hyper-linked by Art Gallery of New South Wales; Defining Moments: Australian Exhibition Histories 1968-1999 by Australian Centre for Contemporary Art; Third Culture Kids on ABC iView; The AIDS Memorial.
Lauren has added a bonus recommendation, not mentioned in her cardiShort: “Another pod I have loved this year in the lead up to the US election explored the historical and intentional foundations of systemic racism and exclusion – Who We Are hosted by Carvell Wallace (who also hosted the beautiful Finding Fred pod)”.
Lauren shared some beautiful footage of the Piinpi: Contemporary Indigenous Fashion and the Peta Clancy: Undercurrent exhibitions now open.
Many will remember Lauren from her cardiParty on Racism and Identity in Australia, and a tour of the Identity: your, mine, ours exhibition at the Immigration Museum in July 2017, available to listen to on cardiCast.
Big thank you to Lauren. I can’t wait to visit Bendigo Art Gallery this Summer.
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