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APA Joins Leonard Joel, IFAW and International Supported Studios for Online Auction
We are excited to reveal the details about Art to Roam — a global online auction bringing people and animals together to appreciate extraordinary humans and be part of a solution to save Africa’s iconic elephants.
Never before have artists from supported studios joined forces to produce a global art auction, which will benefit not only the artists but also protect Africa’s wild animals and the places they call home. We’re so proud to promote artists represented by international supported studios featured in this global event – the proceeds of which will benefit the artists and the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW)’s critical conservation project in Africa; Room to Roam.
This global live event is a unique collaboration between IFAW, Australian auction house Leonard Joel and supported studios around the world. It is the first event of its kind.
View Art to Roam Catalogue of Works
View Invaluable Auction Platform
Read About How to Register an Account on Invaluable
Art to Roam will take place on and to celebrate World Animal Day (Tuesday 5 October 7am – AEST, AU / Monday 4 October 4pm – NYC, USA / Monday 4 October 1pm – CA, USA / Monday 4 October 9pm – London, UK) and will be virtually screened for people around the world to unite and raise funds for this remarkable cause. Please visit more information.
Arts Project Australia artists featured in the auction include Robert Brown, Michael Camakaris, Alan Constable, Leo Cussen (1959 - 2015), Julian Martin, Chris Mason, Rebecca Scibilia, and Cathy Staughton.
FOLLOW THE EXHIBITING STUDIOS ONLINE
DADAA | Australia | @dadaa_ltd
Art Enables | UK | @artenables
Studio A | Australia | @_studio_a_
Action Space | UK | @actionspace
Project Ability | UK | @projectability
Access Arts | Australia | @access_arts
IZZAIZZA | South Korea | @space_rawsite
Project Onward | USA | @projectonward
Submit to Love | UK | @submittolovestudios
Arts Project Australia | Australia | @artsprojectaust
Artwork credit: Israel by Blake Lenoir from Project Onward
Sim Luttin speaks about bringing an exhibition to life on Vision Australia Radio
"There's a lot of context and nuance being pulled through these works."
Arts Project Australia's gallery manager and curator Sim Luttin recently spoke with host Chris Thompson on Vision Australia Radio about the current showing at the APA gallery: Material World. Listen from 23:30-37:00 to learn more about the process of putting on an exhibition at APA, and the approach to bringing the art of APA to the public.
Material World is on show through July and August 2021, with a virtual iteration available online.
The tactile multi-dimensionality of this exhibition references personal worlds created in response to physical surroundings. The artistic practices and works displayed testify to the movement between – and stark transition from – idea and concept to visceral threads and textiles to represent corporal curiosity, sexual politics, the home, possessions, consumerism, and the imaginary world.
Featuring Fulli Andrinopoulos, Dorothy Berry, Matthew Gove, Bronwyn Hack, Adrian Lazzaro, Anne Lynch, Mark Smith, Lisa Reid, Rosie O’Brien, Chris O’Brien, Lisa Reid, and Terry Williams.
Co-curated by Peter Douglas and Jodie Kipps.
Love from the Studio is a series of interviews and articles bringing you behind the scenes of Arts Project Australia. Arts Project Australia's gallery manager and curator Sim Luttin was interviewed by host Chris Thompson on Vision Australia Radio. This interview podcast was originally published by Vision Australia Radio.