Glen Simmons: Spinning Yarns
Spinning Yarns is a documentary photographic project of life in rural Australia. The photographs depict a vast array of scenes, from work to play, that are characteristic of country Australia, from the perspective of a student studying at Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga.
Ngiyanggarang: Beginning a conversation in the morning to awaken others
A celebration of storytelling featuring the stories and songs of senior Wiradjuri Elders Uncle Jimmy Ingram, Aunty Flo Grant, Dr. Uncle Stan Grant Sr., and Gamilaroi Elder Aunty Betty Grant, working in collaboration with illustrator and filmmaker Bernard Sullivan. These newly documented stories are traditional or based on stories from Elder’s memories of their Elders, or flights of insight and imagination, yet all these stories contain inspiration and values for future generations as part of the contemporary revitalization of language and culture.
Soft Core presents artistic practices that explore the many facets of ‘softness’ - from large-scale inflatables to forms made from soft materials to materials that simply look soft. These artists are making works that demand attention - forms that are not simply bumped into while looking at paintings.