Saturday, 31 October 2020
Fine print magazine launch
Arts criticism magazine fine print will launch their latest issue, ‘COMMUNITY’, as part of ACE Open’s exhibition, If the future is to be worth anything: 2020 South Australian artist survey, this weekend.
fine print LIVE – an IRL intervention
2pm ‘til 4pm Saturday, 31 October
Lion Arts Centre, Adelaide 5000
This is a free event but registration is required. Click here for more info and to secure a seat.
The unveiling of the publication’s 24th edition includes a virtual and in-person event, with online commissioned works and performances from poet Manuela Akot, artist Carly Tarkari Dodd, multi-disciplinary creative Em König, dance group motus collective, senior Aboriginal Australian man Mickey Kumatpi Marrutya O’Brien, arts writer and curator Adelè Sliuzas, dancer Petra Szabo-Heath, visual artist Ash Tower and poet Olivia De Zilva.
This magazine is centred around the theme of community, with works interrogating counter-culture, the cosmos, identity, politics and more. The launch will be Auslan interpreted.
Click here to read more about ACE Open’s If the future is to be worth anything, which is an ambitious project aiming to capture South Australia’s diverse contemporary art scene.
If that’s not enough of ACE Open for you, you can watch the art organisation’s artistic director Patrice Sharkey interview artist Jes Fran about his practice and the relationship between biology and identity, as part of the Hawke Centre lecture series.
The video is available to view until Friday, 30 October.