Sister City II_Change. An Intercontinental Collaborative Project.
Location: Zoom (hosted by Ottawa Art Gallery)
Zoom opens at 7:00 PM,
The presentation starts at 7:20 PM
Q and A begins at 8:15 PM
Sign up by emailing before Friday November 25 at 5 pm: researchinart.ria@gmail
Date and Time (Adelaide, Australia): Saturday, November 26: 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM, Adelaide ACDT
For fifteen months, from December 2020 to March 2022, local curator/writer Judith Parker participated in monthly Zoom meetings with a group of women artists in Australia, the USA, and India. The project was initiated and organized by Andrea Przygonski, an artist and curator who lives in Adelaide. Nine pairs of creators – each person in the pair on a different continent – worked collaboratively on their artworks which ultimately resulted in an exhibition in Adelaide, Sister City II_Change. An Intercontinental Collaborative Project in April 2022 at Praxis Artspace. Judith wrote an exhibition essay for the catalogue. You can find images of all the artworks here: https://www.praxisartspace.com/4648-2/
Not surprisingly, many of the works of art in this exhibition touch on climate change. Ria Links thanks Judith for accepting our invitation to ask Andrea and some of the participating artists in Sister City II to join our Zoom Salon and talk about their experiences with this project. View and participate in this Salon and meet our local speaker, Judith Parker in a virtual meeting in the comfort of your home.
Sign up to attend by emailing Petra, at email@example.com. Please mention Zoom Only.
Our Zoom list is limited to 100, which includes presenters and artists from abroad. We will cap the local registration at 50, with a waiting list if needed.
Hope to see many of you!
Bio, Judith Parker: Living in Ottawa/Adàwe, Judith Parker’s curatorial work includes Lifecycle Conversations, curatorial collaborator with artists Barbara Brown and Cynthia O’Brien, 2018, (catalogue essay), Karsh-Masson Gallery, Ottawa City Hall; Beyond the Edge: Artists’ Gardens, co-curator, 2014, Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa. Bytown Museum, two artist-in-residence exhibitions (catalogues), with Michèle Provost, 2012, and Cindy Stelmackowich, 2011. Essays include, “Pivoting to the Rhythm of Change” in Sister City II, Adelaide; “Influences de Paris: The Flaneur and the Muse” in Dennis Tourbin: The Language of Visual Poetry, Rodman Hall Art Centre, Carleton University Art Gallery, 2019. Residencies include, Elsewhere -Living Museum, North Carolina, 2014 and The Banff Centre for the Arts, 2009. The Ontario Arts Council has supported her work.
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Image: Screenshot of Zoom meeting, Sister City II, March 2021