reVision Autumn Speaker Series

Investigate the role of the critical voice in arts practice with the reVision Autumn Speaker Series: 3 – 4 March 2021

The Autumn series of the reVision program investigates the role of the critical voice within arts practice. Conversations with key writers, editors and artists will dissect the need for and impact of critical engagement and rigour through arts writing and peer conversations.

Sessions are free for Guildhouse financial members to attend with $15 general admission and $5 hardship tickets available for the general public.

Bookings are now open so explore the program and register today.

Finessing an independent voice
Wednesday 3 March, 4pm
Online via Zoom

Join session Chair Jessica Alice, Director Writers SA in a conversation with writer, curator and artist Andy Butler and Mirning visual artist, performer, filmmaker Dr Ali Gumillya Baker about navigating contemporary arts writing; discussing experiences of refining writing skills and critical voice while retaining an independent opinion in a gig economy.

The Role of Critical Engagement
Wednesday 3 March, 7pm
Online via Zoom

Guided by Lisa Slade, Assistant Director, Artistic Programs, AGSA, London-based writer and assistant editor at frieze magazine Mimi Chu and co-founder and editor-in-chief of Cabinet Sina Najafi unpack the importance of accessible critical conversation; from the political and societal need to constantly question to analytical artist engagement.

Writing for Social Media
Thursday 4 March, 5pm
Online via Zoom

Communications professional Emma Mellett will share some tips and tricks on how to structure and write content for social media that engages your audience and offers insights into your artistic practice.

This session is tailored to artists with existing social media platforms wanting to define their unique voice, and increase engagement.

Critical Peer Conversations
Thursday 4 March, 7pm
Online via Zoom

Sri-Lankan born artist Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran, interdisciplinary poet and visual artist Elyas Alavi and Melbourne-based multidisciplinary artist Kay Abude, unpack the vital role peer conversation, support and engagement play in developing artistic practice and sustainability, led by Bus Projects Gallery Manager Channon Goodwin.

Image: Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran, False Gods, 2019. Photograph: Mark Porkorny.

Event starts
Wednesday 3 March, 2021
Event ends
Thursday 4 March, 2021
Online via Zoom
Venue Address
Link emailed to registered participants ahead of the event

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