cardiCast Episode 38 – Adrian Doyle

Melbourne July 2018 cardiParty

Recorded Live

Artist and Director of Dark Horse Experiment, Adrian Doyle, takes us on a tour of his exhibition and Dark Horse’s creative studio spaces. Adrian is discusses his current exhibition, as well as the juxtaposition of fine and urban art with humorous candour. We also travel through multiple studio spaces and gain insight how the co-operative studio spaces work.

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cardiCast Episode 37 – Yana Braddock

Perth August 2018 cardiParty

Recorded Live

Yana Braddock and resident artists Charmaine Ball, Jane Grierson, and Marina Van Leeuwen, take us on a tour of Heathcote Galleries in Perth, exploring the history behind the foundation of this space, from a mental health facility to the creative space of today. The current exhibition is discussed by the artists in and explorations of buildings and the concept of home.

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cardiCast Episode 36 – Cienan Muir

Melbourne newCardigan Interview 2018

Recorded In Studio

Cienan Muir, Senior Project Officer at the Koori Youth Council and cosplayer discusses the importance of cosplay for indigenous youth and the burgeoning comic and geek scene that incorporates a wider variety of cultures than the mainstream would suggest. As part of the Indigenous Comic Con, which is hosting their first event in Australia in 2019, Cienan is supporting artists, writers and cosplayers from all backgrounds to get involved in this inclusive space.

For more information, get in touch with Cienan via social media:
Facebook – ceejayandthecosplay
Instagram – ceejay_andthecosplay 
Twitter – cienan_Ceejay

Or check the Indigenous Comic Con website:
www.indigenouscomiccon.com

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Music by Professor Kliq ‘Work at night’ Movements EP.
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