10 October 2022, 12:30pm–1:30pm
|Location|| Keith Murdoch Gallery |
Swanston Street Welcome Zone
|Accessibility||Has wheelchair access|
Join a panel discussion led by Melbourne Fringe’s Senior Deadly Fringe Coordinator, Bebe Backhouse, featuring voices that represent the future of First Nations independent arts. The 2022 Deadly Fringe commissioned artists discuss the process of creating each of their unique works for this year’s program.
In this conversation, you’ll hear Stone Motherless Cold, Jason Tamiru, Brodie Murray and Kimmie Lovegrove talk about their experiences of creating new work in uncertain times; what being an Indigenous artist means to them and their practice, and how Melbourne Fringe has contributed to platforming the most important contemporary work being created today.
Supported by Craig Semple, Paul & Angela Wheelton, Indigenous Languages and Arts program, Aesop Foundation, Trawalla Foundation, Malcolm Robertson Foundation and Canny Quine Foundation (Linda Herd).
The Rest Is Up To You: Melbourne Fringe 1982 - 2062 is supported by the Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund – an Australian Government initiative. Melbourne Fringe gratefully acknowledges the Local History Grants Program and Public Record Office Victoria, supported by the Victorian Government through the Community Support Fund.