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Artstate Bathurst | Saturday Conference & Festival Photos

19 Dec 2018 /

For the second day of Artstate Bathurst, delegates were treated to keynote speakers Jack Archer and Kresanna Aigner and another jam-packed day of the festival program, with three exhibitions and daily dance performances at Tremain’s Mill.
 

Jack Archer delivers his keynote ‘Hotspots of Creative Employment: Regional Development Through Creative Industries’.


The panel ‘Country Towns: Building an Economy Around Arts & Culture’, moderated by Micaela Hambrett, featuring Stephen Birrell and Rich Evans.


Kresanna Aigner delivers her keynote ‘Making Creative Things Happen’.


‘In the Regions: Making an Artistic Living’ panel, moderated by Soseh Yekanians, with Alison Plevey, James T. Farley and Henry Simmons.


‘In Conversation: Young Regional Artist Scholarship Recipients’ panel, moderated by Kresanna Aigner, with Johanna Williams, Rosslyn Wythes, Ben Rodwell and Hudson Emery.


LEAP at Lunch, with music by emerging musicians from the Inland Sea of Sound LEAP Program.


Johanna Williams & Jesse Alston, ‘Homekeeper’, 2018, mixed materials.


Nicole Welch, ‘Transformation’, 2018.


Christine McMillan, ‘Echidna Lace’.


Artwork by Nyree Reynolds.


‘Out of Office’ exhibition, installation view.


Left: Steven Cavanagh, ‘Angry White Man’, 2018, neon. Right: Aleisha Lonsdale, ‘Collateral Damage’, 2018, mixed media installation.


Aleisha Lonsdale, ‘Collateral Damage’, 2018, mixed media installation.


‘Out of Office’ exhibition, installation view.


Artworks by Christine McMillan.


Nyree Reynolds, Stolen.


Ken Hutchinson, ‘DishIntegrate’, 2018, fibreglass satellite dish, steel post segments, acrylic paint materials.


‘Out of Office’ exhibition, installation view.


Wendy Anne Hawkes, ‘Skulls’, 2017, charcoal, ink, watercolour.


Aleisha Lonsdale, ‘Changing’, 2018, rope installation.


‘Out of Office’ exhibition, installation view.


Artwork by Steven Cavanagh.


Aleisha Lonsdale, Fate of the Usurped, 2018, ground work.


Artwork by Steven Cavanagh.


‘My Own Backyard’ exhibition, installation view.


Artwork by Paddy Robinson.


Artwork by Bev Coe.


Artwork by Bill Moseley.


Greg Daly, ‘Sunset’, lustre glazed thrown vase, 25cm x 25.5cm.


Anne Graham, ‘Feather Cloud’, 2018.


Sue Daley, ‘The God of My Mother’, gilcee print on metal, 60cm x 110cm


Irene Ridgeway, photographed by Vicki Skarratt.


Works by Peter Wilson.


‘My Own Backyard’ exhibition, installation view.


Artwork by Lino Alvarex Carrasco.


Rosemary Valadon, ‘Autumn Evening Under the Apricot Tree, oil on canvas, 106 x 152cm.


Works by Freya Blackwood.


Works by Ros Auld.


Works by Paul McKnight.


Right: Joy Engelman, ‘Where the wild hollyhocks grow’, synthetic polymer on linen canvas, 90x90cm.


Henry Simmons and Joe Simmons, ‘Street Dreams’ project.


Luke Sciberras, ‘Hill End Icon, oil and collage on board, 120x160cm.


Rachel Ellis, ‘Bentinck Street, Bathurst’, oil on board, 30x40cm, NSW Parliament Collection.


Works by Sandy and Tom Fullerton.


Left: Victor Gordon, ‘Country Town Anzac-ery (gravitas vs levitas’, 2015, oil on canvas, 83.5×61.5cm.


‘My Own Backyard’ exhibition, installation view.


Tanya Brown, Rosslyn Wythes and Alison Plevey.


Tanya Brown performing as a part of ‘THREE’.


Rosslyln Wythes performing as part of ‘THREE’.


Alison Plevey performing as part of ‘THREE’.

 
All photos by Katelyn-Jane Dunn, courtesy of Regional Arts NSW.
 
 

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