Presented by Salamanca Arts Centre and ArTELIER, for stART and stART X
A couple of fun sessions
happening in the one place!
Drop in for both!
RADIO SHACK with Julia Drouhin
Play with radio receivers and have fun making your very own broadcasts!
This session perfectly coincides with a LIVE broadcast from Edge Radio!
ZINE Making with Andrew Harper
Using collage materials and other bits & pieces, make a zine to take home.
Saturday 11 May 2019
1:30pm – 3:30pm
BOOK YOUR PLACE:
This workshop is FREE to attend, but registrations are essential.
BOOK ONLINE to secure your place
ADULTS & CHILDREN are both Required to REGISTER (1 Ticket Each).
Ratio 1 Adult : 2 Kids
For children of ALL AGES and their families. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
All materials provided but please bring a snack and drink bottle.
About the Artists
Dr Julian Drouhinis a French Australian artist, curator and academic based in Tasmania. She explores friction in sociality through radioscapes, installations and collaborative performances.
Her site specific and online playgrounds reshape common mythologies using field recordings and electromagnetic frequencies as well as textiles, edible and found objects.
Her work had been presented in galleries, art centers and festivals in Europe, Brazil, South Africa and Australia, as well as broadcast on terrestrial airwaves and online radios.
She is the founder, curator and primary performer of “Sweet Tribology”, a touring radio picnic made by 40 female artists in partnership with S.P.A.T.(Sound Preservation Association of Tasmania) which involves creating, listening to and eating chocolate records, presented at RadioRevolten2 Festival (Germany), Motto Gallery (Germany) and MONA (Tasmania) in 2016, and commissioned by LABoral (Spain) in 2015, for which she run a Pozible crowdfunded campaign that received support from Crowbar Arts Tasmania.
She was the recipient of Next Wave’s Emerging Curator Program 2016 with Phillipa Stafford in partnership with Liquid Architecture for Sisters Akousmatica, a 7 hour street radio walking acousmonium with female performers broadcast live in 7 public spaces. Sisters Akousmatica and 3CR were awarded the CBAA Excellence in Music Programming award at the 2017 CBAA Conference.
Artist for Vrystaat Arts Festival (2018-South Africa), Gallery by the Harbour (2018-Hong Kong), MONA FOMA (2018-Tasmania), Make It Up Club (2018-Melbourne Victoria-20th anniversary), Hobiennale (2017-Tasmania), MEQ festival (2017-Humain Trop Humain CDN-France), Radiophrenia (2017-Scotland), Fair-Play (2017-France), Datsha Radio (2017-Germany), RIU Gallery-Reframe Images Unconventionally (2016-Italy), RadioRevolten2 (2016-Germany), Motto Gallery (2016-Germany), Junction Festival (2016-Tasmania) Constance ARI (2015-Tasmania), Krake Festival (2015-Germany), Spektrum (2015-Germany) Underbelly Festival (2015-Western Australia), Dark Mofo festival (2014-Tasmania), Ars Electronica (2014-Austria), Miss Despoinas Pataphysical Salon (2014-Tasmania), B.O-Bande Originale (2014-France), Brouillage Festival (2014-France), Networked Art Forms: Tactical Magick Faerie Circuits (2013-Tasmania), Sonic Protest Festival (2013-France), Splendour in the Grass (2013-Western Australia), Mona Foma (2013-Tasmania), Süden radio (2013-Italy/Germany), Mobile Radio (2013-Sao Paulo Art Biennale), SoundFjord Gallery (2012-UK), resonanceFM (2008-UK), France Culture (2011), Mobile Radio (2012-Germany), Mains d’Oeuvres (2010-France), Booze Cooperativa (2007-Greece), Leroy Neiman Gallery, Columbia University (2004-New York City, USA).
Andrew Harper is an artist and writer. He has made performance works, sculpture and video art, and experimented with film, cassette tapes and other outdated mediums. His output has been seen at Dark Mofo and as part of programs with RealTime and Liquid Architecture. His most recent project is currently at TMAG, where he curated the work of undergound Hobart artists Andrew Clifford and Rodney Febey into the exhibition Dirty Paper.
Image Credit: Julia Drouhin, Collage / Andrew Harper, Collage.