Posts tagged Art
In conversation with photographer Katrin Koenning

Meeting up with Melbourne-based artist Katrin Koenning this afternoon to learn about her new photographic series, The Crossing, currently showing at the Australian Centre for Photography as part of the group show Transfer (16 April - 15 May). "The Crossing is concerned with the human impact on ecology. As short-term economic growth continues to take precedent over ongoing environmental and wildlife concerns, Koenning reflects on nature’s current state of uncertainty through her poetical and ethereal imagery".

Katrin also has a fair few Instagram followers - incredible feed.

30th April, 2pm at ACP, Sydney  Screen Shot 2016-04-30 at 10.01.38 am

https://youtu.be/SLuLVR-8uy4

Oversharing in the Digital Dark Age
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What are the ramifications of a ‘digital dark age’ if decades of digital files are lost or unreadable, as was recently warned by internet pioneer Vint Cerf. Would it be a loss or a blessing? Benjamin Law (writer), Claire Reilly (tech editor, CNET) and Dr Lisa Murray (city historian at the City of Sydney Council) on stage at the Art Gallery of NSW as part of Point Click Chat. Here's a link to last week's chat: https://soundcloud.com/artgalleryofnsw/point-click-chat-hosted-by-fenella-kernebone-13-may-2015 Next up - that is tonight 20th May 7pm! it's all about Oversharing. Tom Ballard, Sarah-Jane Kurtini (Tiny Beans Co-Founder) and Catharine Lumby share all. oversharing

In conversation with Elizabeth Ann Macgregor and Louise Herron - 25th November, 2013

I'll be speaking with Elizabeth Ann Macgregor, Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney and Louise Herron, CEO of Sydney Opera House on Monday 25th November, 2013, as part of the end of year celebrations for SAMAG.

Here's the information from SAMAG's website:

"Fenella Kernebone in conversation with these two distinguished arts leaders, Elizabeth Ann Macgregor, Director, Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia and Louise Herron, AM, CEO Sydney Opera House will discuss the year that was and reflect on the future of creative leadership in Australia. Our experienced guests will engage in a broad ranging discussion and speak to questions including: What shape is Australia’s arts industry currently in? What constitutes some of the biggest backwards and forwards steps in the sector? Has the status of the arts sector changed? How do you manage the process of transforming an organisation? What does the sector need to do to successfully adapt to change and remain relevant? What are the future opportunities in arts practice, funding and education? What will arts audiences expect in the future? What qualities will the next generation of creative leaders need?"