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)”.
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.
Do you work in GLAM and would you like to do a short video for cardiShorts? For beginner filmmakers, Andrew Kelly has written a blog with some helpful pointers. If you’re interested in submitting a cardiShort, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gallery Manager, Hayley Haynes, and Gallery Assistant Roza Schenk, spoke to our biggest audience yet and shared a little about themselves, about No Vacancy Gallery and about the exhibition Museum of Broken Relationships.
This cardiCast is a double header- we just cannot stop trying to cram in as much information as possible!
In the first instance we are treated to a tour of the Incinerator Gallery and the historical importance of the building for the local community, as well as it’s architectural significance, lead by Gallery Team Leader Richard Ennis. Then we join a robust panel discussion about education and learning in GLAM institutions, which consists of ENVi members Christine Healey, Sacha Fawkes and Andrew Hiskens, as well as our own cardiCore member Nic McGrath.
The tenth in our special cardiCast ‘Summer Series’…
Sarah McKechnie studied science, but ended up a Gallery Manager at Centre for Contemporary Photography (CCP). Sarah has a unique view on her role as a Gallery Manager, and the role of community and artists at CCP. Find out more about how Sarah became a Gallery Manager, and her vision for the future of GLAM.
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.
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.