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Artist-Curator Project participant selected

Caitlin Fargher, 2017, Excavating a Sticky History / Rubbing Salt into the Wound

Constance ARI and Salamanca Arts Centre are proud to announce that multi-disciplinary artist Caitlin Fargher will curate a show in October’s ‘Artist-Curator Project’. Caitlin graduated with Honours in Fine Arts at UNSW Art and Design last year. With a focus on the environment, her practice explores ideas around the Anthropocene, climate change and decolonisation. Members of Constance ARI and Salamanca Arts Centre will mentor Caitlin to develop the broad skill-set of the artist-curator.

2018 PROGRAM ANNOUNCED

Continuing until 9th February

Welcome to the Anthropocene

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies

 

March

Intersound Lab

Expressions of Interest welcomed from early February

 

March/April

quiet breathing

Pirrin Francis

 

May

Raw Form

Curated by Brendan McCleary

 

June

Super secret, stay tuned

 

June onwards

Across the coals

In partnership with Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park (GASP)

 

August

OPEN SPACE

Applications now open

 

October

ARTIST-CURATOR PROJECT

In partnership with Salamanca Arts Centre