- Get involved
What does Space Invaders have to do with an Eco-cubby? We’re not sure either but we know you will be able to draw your own conclusions at 20/360.
20/360 where each presenter has a strict 6 minutes (360 seconds) to present 20 slides to deliver their “piece”. This year’s presentations will uncover the unexpected and be delivered by the unexpected and boy have we chosen some good uns! Hosted by the wonderful Helen Bock, over two nights you will hear great stories, some incredibly personal, some incredibly funny, but all very different from each other.
Join us for an early evening drink at the bar and prepare yourself for some great storytelling from across the land.
ACRE - Australia's Creative Rural Economy
Since 2009 the ACRE team have run two symposiums, which have discussed the role of arts in enhancing community vitality, a community documentary project in NSW, and a cross border multi-artform project called 'Twig'.
Billy - its a neighbourly neighbourhood kind of project
The "Billy" project brings ninety-five year olds and five year olds together to make billycarts and share stories of how we played and looked out for one another in the neighbourhood.
|Sharyn Brady and Karen Barrett||
Breaking Down The Barriers Through Art
Create and Connect is a community art and wellbeing program established 8 years ago as a drop in art space for people with mental health illnesses, disability and social isolation barriers.
|Eco-Cubby: Engaging children in sustainability through the arts
During their Eco-Cubby experience, children engage with their architect in project brainstorming the environmental impact of housing and Eco-Cubby design.
|From scepticism to ownership
‘From scepticism to ownership’ is the story of the development and outcomes of arts projects, which have built partnerships and connected a health service with its community.
|Claire Christian||GET REAL: An Artist in Residence Project
Claire Christian explores the impact that AIR projects have on encouraging resiliance and developing strong communities in disaster affected areas.
|Tracey Callinan and Aleshia Lonsdale||Marramarra: Make, Create, Do
Marramarra - a Wiradjuri word - meaning make, create, do - was the first showcase of Aboriginal arts from the Central West region of New South Wales.
|Angela Frost|| The MARRUK-MARRUK Project
Ceremony, dance, puppetry performed to give us courage and culture for our future together
|Jim Lawson||NBN v F2F
Citing telepresence events in particular from Contact in Manchester, UK, that connect young artists internationally and use telepresence technology as facilitator for creative collaboration - a model for the future for the youth arts sector in Australia to engage creatively exists.
Sign Language interpreters & the arts- Opera the unlikely champion!
Providing sign language interpreters for theatre, comedy and arts events is becoming more common as the desire to embrace diversity and promote access in the arts becomes more commonplace.
|Sonja Hindrum||Talking Skirt
"Made of 32 one-metre-long pin-tucks, 77 metres of conductive thread, 16 metres of stainless steel and new and recycled technology, the skirt is wearable and activated by touch. Test it out by turning the ‘page’ to hear a poem.”
|Karyn Bradford and John Bradford||
The creation of a labyrinth on the lake bed at Milang encouraged the community to make their own eco-marks, either capturing the essence of their wounded landscape (solastalgia) or alternatively showing a vision of a healthy new landscape for the River Lakes & Coorong region.