EVENTS: JANUARY ART LAUNCH DAY
19 Jan 2019 | 2.00pm - 4.00pm
Our first suite of exhibitions gives us a glimpse into the finest moments of musical history through the eyes of rockstar photographer Tony Mott. We're also giving audiences a fascinating perspective of Indonesia, one of Australia's closest regional neighbours through video works by Indonesian-Australian artist Jumaadi and looking here looking north, an exhibition that features works by Woven, a collective of artists who have continuing personal connections to Indonesia.
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A new iteration of What a Life! Rock Photography by Tony Mott is coming to Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre from the State Library of NSW.
Indonesian-Australian artist Jumaadi presents video works that draw on traditional Indonesian theatre called Wayang Kulit with both traditional and contemporary imagery using light and shadow.
Image credit: Jumaadi, Diary of Dust, 2014, video still (detail), courtesy of the artist, King St Gallery, Sydney and the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art at the College of Charleston, SC, United States
The exhibition centres around themes of identity, memory and cross-cultural experiences, explored through performance, painting, installation, photography, video and sculpture.
Image credit: Bridie Gillman Two women, from series Welcome to my paradise 2017-18 (detail)
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EVENTS: ASYIK CASULA INDONESIAN CULTURAL DAY
10 Feb 2019
10.30am - 3.00pm
The ASYIK Cultural Day includes activities for all ages, including art workshops (including shadow puppetry), dance workshops led by Suara Indonesia Dance Group and community dance performances.