Location: Ferry Building Gallery
Date: August 3–19
Time: August 3–12: 12 – 9 p.m.; August 14–19: 11 a.m.–5 p.m.
Opening reception: Friday, August 3, 6–7 p.m.
This exhibition showcases explorations by Indigenous artists in various mediums, as well as the creative connections that have emerged through the collaborative work of Indigenous and non-Indigenous artist partnerships. The works presented in this show celebrate the knowledge-sharing and transfer opportunities that these collaborations have generated and how artists creatively explore shared perspectives and convergences.
Featuring works by Jody Broomfield, Pam Baker, Allison Burns, Lauren Brevner, Frank Darier Baziere, Cory Douglas, Xwalacktun (Rick Harry), James Harry, Splash (Aaron Nelson), Melanie Rivers, Sharon Kallis and Tracey Williams.
Seaside and Shoreline Spinners' Walking Club
The Seaside and Shoreline Spinners’ Walking Club will develop a walked and measured map created by community labour. The club is open to everyone and will help form a body of research on coastal materials and techniques that are guided by First Nations sensibilities and concerns. It is designed to deepen and expand discussion around where we live, traditions connected to living from the land and sea, and contemporary foraging best practices. Led by Tracy Williams and Sharon Kallis.
5 nights of walking and spinning wool or plant fibres during slow meanderings on, or towards, the Ambleside coastline
Date: July 30–August 3
Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m