cardiParty 2022.03 – Melbourne Arts Precinct

Walking audio tour in the Melbourne Arts Precinct

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Eleanor Jackson on art, motherhood and taking up space in the Melbourne Arts Precinct

Part of the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art's (ACCA) Who's afraid of public space? project, Six Walks is a series of audio walking tours around inner Melbourne. For this cardiParty, bring your own device and headphones, and we will walk together as we listen to "Episode 3" - Eleanor Jackson on art, motherhood and taking up space in the Melbourne Arts Precinct. We recommend that you download this audio tour prior to the event.

This is an outdoor event. Please do not attend if you are unwell with any COVID symptoms.

Getting There

This walk begins at ACCA and ends at Birrarung Marr. Transport advice is available on the ACCA website.

Accessibility

This event is an audio walking tour. The majority of this walk is accessible via even paved surfaces, with alternatives to stairs and uneven surfaces. More detailed access information is available on ACCA's website.

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Drinks afterwards outdoors at Riverland bar.

When
20th March 2022 starting 2:00 PM through  4:00 PM
Location
111 Sturt Street
ACCA
Southbank, VIC 3006
Australia
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cardiCast Episode 45 – Brendon Taylor

Melbourne newCardigan Interview 2018

Recorded In Studio

The fourth in our special cardiCast ‘Summer Series’…

‪Sculptor and preparator at Museums Victoria, Brendon Taylor started his career painting cars as a young man in Tasmania. Brendon joined the museum back in 1999. Taxidermy is an art he has learnt on the job. Melbourne Museum is one of the few museums in Australia with a dedicated preparation/taxidermy department. Brendon and fellow preparators are often sought out for their specialist expertise from colleagues in Australia and overseas. Find out more about Brendon’s fascinating career path, passions at work and outside of work. ‬

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