Julie Ewington

Future Feminist Archive – March 2015 Launch for 40th Anniversary of International Women’s Year

Future Feminist Archive is a yearlong project across Australia, in which artists, archivist and art historians engage with archives and collections of all kinds to create exhibitions, workshops, performances and publishing outcomes. Future Feminist Archive is, therefore, styled as a “hypothetical” question. The project will forge connections between diverse community histories and current ideas relating…

Lisa Tolcher "Journey into the Inner Sanctum" 2015 (detail)

“Taking Up Space” – Articulate Gallery

Opening Friday 6 March, 6-8pm Saturday 7 March to Sunday 22 March Articulate Project Space 497 Parramatta Rd, Leichhardt NSW 2040 Friday, Saturday, Sunday 11 to 5 (unless otherwise stated) Artists in Taking Up Space: Anka Leśniak, Anke Stäcker, Anne Graham, Barbara Halnan, Che Ritz, Elizabeth Ashburn, Georgina Brinkman, Helen M Sturgess, India Zegan, Janine…

Girls at the Tin Sheds Posters

Girls at the Tin Sheds: DUPLICATED – Sister show to GIRLS AT THE TIN SHEDS

Curated by Louise Mayhew February 26 – March 21. Throughout the 1970s and 80s the Tin Sheds was a cultural epicentre. Open access screen-printing facilities drew students, artists and activists through its doors. They left with posters advertising marches, dances, films, community concerns and political outrage. Two exhibitions (one at Sydney University Art Gallery and…

We Aim to Please Film Still

Women’s Gaze and the Feminist Film Archive

SCA Galleries, Sydney College of the Arts University of Sydney, Kirkbride Way, Rozelle Thursday 5 March – Saturday 28 March 2015 The Australian feature film renaissance and the emergence of a new ‘women’s cinema’ occurred at the same time, but the story of feminist filmmaking in Australia is less well known and in danger of…

Girl at the Tin Sheds Posters

GIRLS AT THE TIN SHEDS: SYDNEY FEMINIST POSTERS 1975–90

A selection of posters chiefly from University Collections featuring the women artists and poster-makers who worked at the Tin Sheds, a hothouse for social and political debates. From the mid- seventies feminism, Aboriginal rights and the environmental movement galvanised the Tin Sheds, most visible in the explosion of dazzling and provocative posters. Some were collectively…