Demo
  • Elvis Richardson, The Pool of Artists in The CoUNTess Report, http://www.thecountessreport.com.au/, 2014.

  • Guerilla Girls posters, See you at the barricades, 30 May – 29 November 2015, AGNSW.

  • Guerilla Girls posters, See you at the barricades, 30 May – 29 November 2015, AGNSW.

  • Raquel Ormella, from The Mysterious Vanessa (detail), 2016. Ink and digital drawing, dimensions variable.

  • Louise Kate Anderson Working with the life and work of Pearl Gambanyi Gibbs, Lynette Riley, Dubbo Local Aboriginal Lands Council. Life, Lines and Legacy, Pearl Gibbs (Gambanyi) 1901–1988, 2016. Lithographic print.

  • Country Women Artists (Northern Rivers Chapter): Maree Bracker, Jan Davis, Karla Dickens, Jenny Kitchener, Leonie Lane, Shelagh Morgan, Liz Stops – working with Lismore Regional Gallery, Southern Cross University Library Artists’ Book Collection

  • Alison Alder, Working with Wollongong Art Gallery, University of Wollongong Archives: Dear Honorary Secretary, 2016. Screen print on paper, 100 x 70 cm. Source: Papers of Dolly Potter, Secretary Miners' Women's Auxiliary. University of Wollongong Archives.

CARE Project

Care: Feminism, art and ethics in neo-liberal times 

The Care Project critically explores how care in its many forms represents an alternative ethics to neo-liberalism, particularly in its relation to contemporary art practice. Care will build interdisciplinary links through multiple perspectives, not only those of artists, art theorists and curators, but also from the many fields in which care is of central concern such as political science, philosophy, law and human rights, and health. The project will foreground Regional artists and communities in both Victoria and New South Wales, as well as forming partnerships with non-institutional venues and communities in Melbourne and Sydney.

 

Care Project Network - aims and proposed activities

The Care Project aims to produce a symposium, exhibition and scholarly publication which integrates knowledge produced through non-traditional research outputs. With this goal in mind, we are setting up a Care Project Network to facilitate discussion and to engage with a range of communities. We hope to build a network of artists, researchers and practitioners who will come together in several informal Round tables and events in 2019. Following these group discussions, a Symposium will be convened, drawing together the range of current research and art making that utilises care as a strategy and/or platform for art practice. Selected case studies and new projects will then be invited to take part in a series of exhibitions, across Melbourne, Sydney and regional Victoria, in 2020.