Opening Event: 29 June 2022 5pm – 7pm. Free event. All welcome.
To be officially opened at 6.15pm by by Kelli McClusky (pvi collective)
Exhibition dates: 29 June – 28 July 2022
Gallery opening hours: Tuesday to Friday 10am- 4pm
Spectrum Project Space, Building 3, 2 Bradford St, Mount Lawley
#FEAS: UNFINISHED BUSINESS features the archive of #FEAS Feminist Educators Against Sexism alongside work by Australian feminist artists. The exhibition brings into focus a lineage of activist feminist art to invite thinking with practices that interrupt white patriarchal heteronormative narratives. The concept of an expanded zine connects the works, with ‘pages’ forming in vastly different ways. The exhibition offers irreverent, furious, funny, and tender insights toward connected and equitable feminist futures, unfinished…
Curated by Dr Jo POLLITT and featuring:
Lyndall ADAMS | Lilly BLUE | Jo DARBYSHIRE | Urszula DAWKINS | Emma FISHWICK | Natalie HARKIN | Sage J HARLOW | Linda KNIGHT | Jo LLOYD | Marziya MOHAMMEDALI | Annette NYKIEL | Performing Ecofeminist Futures | So Fi Zine | Miriam STANNAGE | The Ediths Press | Cassandra TYTLER |
#FEAS is an international feminist collective committed to developing creative interventions into sexisms in the academy and other places. It is co-led by Professor Mindy BLAISE, Dr Emily GRAY, and Dr Jo POLLITT.
Website: feministeducatorsagainstsexism.com | Twitter: @FEASproject
Event 1: The unfinished business of feminist research
Keynote: Dr Emily GRAY, School of Education, RMIT University, co-founder of #FEAS, plus postgraduate responses.
Wednesday 20th July 2022 – 12pm -1.30pm. Free event. Registrations required: https://www.trybooking.com/BZXMP
Event 2: #FEAS: Unfinished Business
The #FEAS team share their latest creative activist research projects.
Thursday 21st July 12pm-1.30pm. Free event. Registrations required: https://www.trybooking.com/BZXMU
Event 3: ACDC Artist Floortalk at Spectrum Project Space
Wednesday 27th July 2022 12.30pm – 1.30pm
Free event. All welcome. No registrations necessary.
For more information visit https://www.ecu.edu.au/schools/arts-and-humanities/ecu-galleries/news-and-events