- Get involved
There is so much great stuff in the Kumuwuki / Big Wave program that we’ve divided them into nine subprograms. No matter what you’re inclination, there is a program for you.
Feel free to browse the program descriptions below. When you click on Read Full Summary, you’ll see a listing of all the sessions within that program.
So you have read the framework and the accompanying articles and are on your way to understanding where you fit into Australia’s regional arts landscape. We invite you to join some serious discussions, laidback chats, enlightening keynotes and forays into the wide and varied practice, thoughts and musings of the people who make it their job to do and know this stuff! (and discover your place if it’s not quite clear yet.)
We have connected all the conference sessions and workshops to the artistic program and vice versa so your experience can be as one track as an outback dirt road or as congested as a multi lane highway!
Dance, theatre, live art and films feature as a part of Kumuwuki / Big Wave's performance program.
You will get on buses, board a train and even borrow a bike to see some of regional Australia's finest artists collaborating with the Goolwa community and the surrounding landscapes.
These exhibitions, retrospectives and projections will not only contextualise the themes and lenses of the conference but brighten up the streets and gallery spaces of Goolwa.
All free and open to delegates and the general public!
KUMUWUKI / Big Wave is proud to present ScrLk (Scroll Lock), the largest survey of disability led digital work from across Australia.
Ngarrindjeri culture is alive and well in the Goolwa region. Come and experience hands on elements of the Ngarrindjeri culture, from traditional weaving techniques to hearing local elders tell traditional stories.
Ever wondered what Live Art is? Well wonder no more! This unique exploration by Live Arts organisation Punctum & Country Arts SA is the result of a long term period of investigation and experimentation bringing together 10 artists from across Australia to explore live arts and civic engagement in regional settings.
Three video walls made of decaying screens, TV’s and technology will be placed around Goolwa broadcasting submitted video works from around the nation.
Kumuwuki / Big Wave are including a text-based program for the internet age. In this section we want to feature your Blogs, your tweets, your facebook entries, your online musings on the conference.
Get in touch with us to feature your blog.