Geelong Contemporary talks art in a virtual world


Courtesy Geelong Contemporary

Go behind-the-scenes in this unique opportunity to visit the studio of a practising artist and hear how artist Cricket Saleh's has managed through the changing environment of COVID–19. In this talk she will share her insights on how the pandemic is affecting contemporary artists. The event will also include a moderated Q&A session.


Cricket Saleh’s work This Too Shall Pass (2018) was proposed at the 2019 Geelong Contemporary Soiree and purchased through the support of the John Norman Mann bequest, 2019.


Pictured: Cricket Saleh

Join Geelong Contemporary this Thursday evening, for Talking art—in the studio with Geelong-artist, Cricket Saleh and Senior Curator, Lisa Sullivan. All proceeds from this event go towards the support of contemporary artists.


DETAILS

Dates: Thursday, 17 September 2020

Time: 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM AEST

Location: Online virtual event

Cost: Members: $10 | Non-members: $15

Book at Eventbrite here

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