it's a wrap!
Over 2018 and 2019, contemporary artists, curators and over 250 people from Kingston's creative communities, made SIX MOMENTS IN KINGSTON, a dynamic series of public artworks set in sites around Kingston in May 2019.
A huge thank you to the team, our supporters, and the audiences who braved the unknown, and embarked on a mystery bus tour, trekking trough the wilds of suburban Kingston, on a luxury bus tour voiced by Michael Caton and Kate Fitzpatrick.
We are currently collating feedback from participants and audience members to shape our next major public art event. Watch this space!
Artists: Laresa Kosloff, video and animation; Steve Rhall, performance and installation; Tal Fitzpatrick, craftivist; Shane McGrath, performance; Field Theory, multidisciplinary art collective; Spiros Panigirakis, sculpture and installations. Curators David Cross and Cameron Bishop supported by Simon Reis and Ilana Russell.
A Q&A about the inception of the work can be found here
The Creative Suburbs program is an initiative of the Victorian Government’s Creative State strategy. The program supports outer metropolitan councils to undertake new creative projects or programs that give locals opportunities to get involved in high-quality creative experiences on their doorstep.