FOMArt: September

    • 	Image: Shireen Taweel. Photograph: Jacquie Manning, courtesy of Parramatta Artist Studios.
    • Presented by the Youth Collective

      Workshop, Music, Performance, Youth

Fear of missing art? You’ve come to the right place! Join us on the last Saturday of the month when the Gallery’s Youth Collective presents a kaleidoscope of experiences to engage young people with art and ideas.

FOMArt features a range of free events including interviews and talks with art professionals and artists, performances by young musicians, collaborative workshops… and more!

Bring your friends, meet like-minded art lovers and ignite your imagination and creativity.

Saturday 29 September 2018, 12- 3pm

Register via qtix for DIY for under 25s

Related exhibitions: Fearless, Playback, William Kentridge

Related programs: FOMArt

Presenting partner
Macquarie University

Image: Shireen Taweel. Photograph: Jacquie Manning, courtesy of Parramatta Artist Studios.

    • PerformanceLab: 4x4 by Locust Jones


      Saturday 29 September 12pm – 3pm

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      Artist Locust Jones’ practice weaves layers of stories and images that replicate the frenetic pace at which society consumes every day news and current affairs. In his 10-metre long drawing, currently on display in Playback, he uses ink, pencil and watercolour to portray the anxiety and confusion the artist feels about the state of the world, to create what he has described as a ‘warped diary’

      This month, the Youth Collective are thrilled to host a 3-hour performance by Locust titled 4×4. Accompanied by drummer Tim Bruniges, Locust will use the drum beats and drone soundscapes as a catalyst to further explore his practice while enduring the act of mark-making.

      Location: Modern gallery

      Image: Locust Jones. Photograph: Silversalt.

    • Casual chats


      Saturday 29 September 12:30pm – 1pm

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      The Youth Collective speaks to female artists from culturally diverse backgrounds to discuss how they use art as a vehicle to explore their identity within Australia’s cultural landscape.

      Join this unique, youth-led discussion facilitated by the Youth Collective with panelists Australian-Lebanese artist Shireen Taweel and Australian-Filipino artist Marikit Santiago.

      Location: Entrance court

      Image: Marikit Santiago. Photograph: Alex Wisser, courtesy of Parramatta Artist Studios.

    • DIY for under 25s

      Free, bookings required

      Saturday 29 September 1pm – 2:30pm

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      Have you got something on your mind? Make a bold statement on your very own canvas bag using stencils, paint and markers in this workshop led by the Gallery’s artist educators.

      This workshop is open to people aged between 15 and 25. All levels and abilities welcome.

      Register via qtix

      Location: Function space