ART AFTER DARK WEST END
EXHIBITIONS, FILMS, MUSIC, ARTIST TALKS, FOOD, BEER, WINE, WORKSHOPS AND MOREART AFTER DARK West End is proudly supported by principal partner Palladium on Light.
THURSDAY 2 JUNE | 5-7pm AUSTRALIAN EXPERIMENTAL ART FOUNDATION5-8pm | Lion Arts CourtyardEXHIBITION OPENINGS
Resistance: Peter Kennedy – curated by Matthew Perkins
Marking 40 years since Kennedy exhibited groundbreaking, socially engaged moving-image works at Australian Experimental Art Foundation in 1976, AEAF is proud to present Resistance: Peter Kennedy, the first survey of the artist’s work, focusing on a selection from his video and performance practice produced since the 1970s to now. Over this time technology has advanced in quantum leaps and this exhibition affords us the opportunity to consider the legacy of an artist who has made an important contribution to Australian video art.
AEAF 24:7 WINDOW-SPACE EXHIBITION: THREE LISTS Standard Titlings: Johnnie Dady + Roy Ananda - curated by Kate Moskwa
The final in a series of three consecutive installations that map an ongoing experiment in constraint.
JAMFACTORYUntil 7pm | 19 Morphett StEXHIBITIONS
Playground is an exhibition of seven multi-disciplinary artists who consider themes of innocence, fantasy, and nostalgia whilst referencing the imagination, notions of utopia, the real and unreal.
FUSE Glass Prize GalleryOne
The FUSE Glass Prize, a new biennial prize for Australian and New Zealand glass artists, is Australasia’s richest prize for glass. Showcasing 15 outstanding finalists, this prize aims to provide a platform to encourage artists who work in glass to push themselves and their work to new limits and to focus significant public attention on the importance of glass as a medium for contemporary artistic expression.
I Dream a Glasshouse GalleryTwo
JamFactory trained, Melbourne based glass artist Amanda Dziedzic uses the concept of the greenhouse to cultivate and experiment with ideas. This intimate indoor space provides Dziedzic a fertile background to present exciting new work in a captivating environment.
COLLECT: Still Life
Five emerging artists explore the genre of still life, reflecting on recurrent themes such as the depiction of everyday objects, the relationship between two and three dimensional representation, the play of light and colour in capturing an object, and the value we place in common things.
WORKSHOP: Beaded necklace activities
Make a beaded necklace (or more) with Peta Kruger! Through designed activities, explore concepts that can be threaded into a wearable necklace. Materials provided.
Workshop Tutor: Peta Kruger
Ages: 12 years and under, adults welcome
Location: Atrium, JamFactory - 19 Morphett Street, Adelaide
Bookings essential: Contact JamFactory Reception on 8410 0727 or firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place
Late night shopping - view a fantastic collection of handmade jewellery, ceramics, furniture and glass by emerging and established artists.
MERCURY CINEMA7pm | 13 Morphett StFILM 7pm: The Piano (Director: Jane Campion, 1993)
Ada, her nine year old daughter and her piano arrive to an arranged marriage in the remote bush of nineteen century New Zealand. Of all her belongings, her husband refuses to transport the piano and it is left behind on the beach. Unable to bear its certain destruction, Ada strikes a bargain with an illiterate tattooed neighbour. She may earn her piano back if she allows him to do certain things while she plays; one back key for every lesson. The arrangement draws all three deeper and deeper into a complex emotional sexual bond remarkable for its naïve passion and frightening disregard for limits. (Cannes Film Festival)
Winner of three Academy Awards, three BAFTAs, two Cannes accolades including the Palme d’Or and 11 AFI awards The Piano arguably took the world by storm. An Australian/ New Zealand co-production, directed by New Zealand born, Australian educated Jane Campion.
KERRY PACKER CIVIC GALLERYUntil 7pm | Hawke Building Level 3, 55 North TceEXHIBITION OPEN: Three Food Icons: Cheong, Maggie and the Market South Australian photographer Tony Lewis presents a triptych of his favourite food-oriented work for The Hawke Centre and Tasting Australia – a collection of the food of iconic cooks Cheong Liew and Maggie Beer, and a look at life in the Adelaide Central Market.
NEW INDIA RESTAURANT167 Hindley StDRINKS & DINING: New India Restaurant are offering a complimentary beverage with any meal purchase to all Art After Dark visitors, available from 6pm.
ADELAIDE ROCKFORD164 Hindley StDRINKS & DINING: Happy hour priced drinks and a special Art After Dark menu in the Rockford Spice Market Bar, available from 5pm.
Participating venues and supporters:
Adelaide City CouncilAdelaide West End AssociationAustralian Experimental Art FoundationFormat SystemsFowlers LiveJamFactoryJiveKerry Packer Civic GalleryMarcellina AdelaideMedia Resource CentreMercury CinemaNew India RestaurantNexus ArtsPalladium on Light Rockford Adelaide Samstag Museum of ArtSASA GallerySplash AdelaideUniversity of South AustraliaWorldsend Hotel
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