6pm-7:30pm, 30 September 2020
You are summoned to The Inversion –– a ritual for transforming our relationships with plastics at the threshold of their disposal: the home recycling or rubbish bin.
In this artist lecture-performance and group ritual, Ana Tiquia will share her experiences of attempting time and space travel with plastics during her virtual residency with MOD. in August.
Covering topics from how to locate space-time portals within your own home, to reassigning plastics from ‘bin’ to ‘kin’, Ana explores our entanglements with plastics – from their fossil feedstocks derived from our evolutionary ancestors, to our shared futures as they accumulate in our ocean, atmospheric and endocrine systems. The Inversion invites us to reconsider disposability, recognise plastic’s enduring qualities, and ask what implications the production, manufacturing and use of plastics has for our descendants.
Book here. Tickets free. Online. Zoom link sent out in the afternoon of the 30th September. 6pm ACST.
AMaGA SA Branch Networking Breakfast
Golden Wattle, 110 Pirie St, Adelaide SA 5000
Bookings are now open for the Networking Breakfast on Friday 2 October, 8am. Please join us for this social event at The Golden Wattle.
We will be taking pre-orders for food and beverages and bookings are essential. Please send pre-orders to email@example.com.
University of Adelaide - Special Collections Manager
Applications close Tuesday 6 October 2020
Great opportunity with this exciting position to lead a GLAM team of collection experts to preserve and document the unique and diverse collections of the University for the benefit of students, staff and the wider community.
If you have a strong background in cultural collections including rare books or archives, and the ability to conceptualise and implement effective collection documentation programs to support access and discovery, this is your dream job! This leadership role will plan, coordinate and deliver programs across rare books, archival, manuscript, art and heritage collections including Object Based Learning opportunities and promote collections as an integral part of the University’s learning, teaching and research programs.
Helpmann Academy Graduate Exhibition Project Curator
Applications close Friday 23 October 2020
The Helpmann Academy is pleased to invite applications from emerging visual artists and curators, to take on the role of Project Curator for the 2021 Helpmann Academy Graduate Exhibition.
The Successful applicant will be working under Curatorial Mentor, Patrice Sharkey (Artistic Director, ACE Open) on all curatorial aspects of the exhibition.
As mentee, the selected curator will be engaged to work on the exhibition from selections, designing the layout, working with artists, and installation and de-installation.
The Project Curator will be engaged from December 2020 – February 2021. Remuneration for the role is $1,500.
Gabrielle Sexton - Secretary
On behalf of the AMaGA(SA) Committee