artist talks

Drawing Language – this Saturday!

This Saturday we’re hosting a This Wild Song forum with artists Filomena Coppola, Lily Mae Martin and Charlotte Watson speaking about their work and drawing as a language.  Join us for afternoon tea and bring your questions!  It’s free to attend, book your seat HERE.

Drawing as Language

We’re excited to be hosting the next This Wild Song forum with artists Filomena Coppola, Lily Mae Martin and Charlotte Watson!

The artists will be speaking about their work and discussing drawing as language, and share their experiences of being a woman in the arts. Please bring along your questions and join us for a wonderful afternoon of conversations with fellow artists.

Book your seat HERE.

*All contributors to This Wild Song’s fundraiser through the Australian Cultural Fund receive a free ticket! Simply email hello@thiswildsong.com.au to reserve your seat. You can make a tax deductible donation HERE.

Sunday at The Art Room

FREE DRAWING WORKSHOP
Join us tomorrow morning, Sunday 26th November, for a free drawing workshop with artist and tutor Erika Gofton as part of Open Studios in the West!

It’s on from 10:30am – 12pm and all are welcome to come along, check out the studio, connect with your creativity and have some fun drawing! A great way to spend your morning.

Following the workshop we’re hosting an afternoon of artist talks from Women of the West!  Filomena, Erika, Ilona and Cyrus all practice from the West and will be speaking about their practices.  They’re also all a part of This Wild Song, a series of portraits and interviews with Australian female artists who have a unique voice created by Ilona.  Bookings aren’t required and the talks begin at 1!

You might even win a double pass to see Loving Vincent too…

Women of the West

Coming up this Sunday as a part of Open Studios in the West! Join us for an afternoon of artist talks by Filomena Coppola, Erika Gofton, Cyrus Tang and Ilona Nelson. All are a part of This Wild Song, and all have studios based in the West!

It’s free to attend and no bookings required, all are welcome and the talks begin at 1pm sharp. Bring along your questions for a Q&A with the artists too!

And if you’d like to hear more about This Wild Song you can listen to Ilona’s recent interview on Radio National’s Books and Arts program HERE.