Join us for a 2-hour workshop with Melbourne based artist Kay Abude at Mood Studios, where we’ll gather for an afternoon of food and conversation to discuss sustainability in art practice. Kay will share a little about her practice and ongoing projects, as well as her methodologies to open discussion and reflections around ‘what is a sustainable art practice?’ and ‘how do you create a one’.
The Making it in Moreland program is curated by Next Wave in partnership with Moreland City Council; all events are held in-person at various venues across Moreland.
Registrations for this event open on Mon 23 May. Get tickets first by signing up to our mailing list here.
Kay Abude is an artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Her practice spans diverse media, including sculpture, large-scale installation, photography, performance, video, and silk screen printing. Her works, often adorned with texts, function as provocations and explore themes of work, labour and money.
Mood Studios is a Wheelchair Accessible venue.
If you require Auslan interpreting please reach out to Stacy by 10 Jun, 2022.
Quiet Room Available
Assistance Animals Welcome
Pram Accessible venue
Please note: Bathrooms are only accessible via step.
We are able to assist with any access requests you may have ahead of this event. For further enquiries about how Next Wave can support your access requirements, please contact our team on (03) 9387 3376 or email us at email@example.com
Please contact Stacy Jewell for assistance booking tickets via firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also welcome suggestions for how we can continue to improve our experience for people with disability.
For more information visit https://nextwave.org.au/whats-on/sustainability-in-art-with-kay-abude