19 July, 2021
Meet art panelists to discuss connecting land and art
PEOPLE are invited to join a panel of artists at the Caboolture Regional Art Gallery from 11am to 1pm on Saturday July 31, for an examination of where the natural land meets human impact
Set against the current exhibition Her beauty and her terror, artists from the exhibition will share their insights and discuss where their work sits in presenting a new vision of the landscape.
Continue the conversation afterwards over lunch with musical accompaniment.
Meet your panelists:
Libby Harward is a descendant of the Ngugi people of Mulgumpin (Moreton Island) in Quandamooka. She creates artworks that break through the colonial overlay to connect with the cultural landscape, which always was, and remains there.
Merri Randell is a visual practitioner who works with all kinds of visual media to communicate different meanings. In 2014, she completed a doctorate where she investigated Australian cinematic landscape myths to explore her identity and relationship with the land.
Samantha Lang is a filmmaker. Over the last 20 years, her films have screened at major festivals and have received international recognition at the highest level. Her areas of interest include eco feminine cinema and cultural narratives in the Anthropocene.
Anna Litwinowicz is an emerging artist whose practice investigates the intersections of consciousness, existential philosophy, sublime experiences and the natural world.
Book online now to secure your spot.
Don’t miss other opportunities to engage with this exciting exhibition
- Mud marks with Libby Harward - 24 July | 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
- Sensory landscapes: plein air drawing with Holly Anderson - 14 August | 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM
- Already occupied kids workshop - 21 August | 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM