ArtScreen 2021 is being screened at the Museum of Contemporary Art on 2 and 4 December in celebration of International Day of People With Disability.
ArtScreen aims to broaden engagement with, and appreciation of, the distinctive insights and skills of artists with disability. These unique and compelling works make an important contribution to the diversity of cultural expression in Sydney.
Artists Sue Jo Wright, Robert Duffield and Sarah Houbolt were selected for this prestigious program. They have been mentored by experienced video artists Dr Zanny Begg, Amala Groom and Berlin based Australian duo Soda_Jerk. The screening will also include the ArtScreen 2020 artwork by Debra Keenahan.
All artworks can be viewed with closed captioning, audio description or Auslan interpreting.
ArtScreen 2021 will be screened at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
Thurs 2 Dec 12.30pm – 2.30pm
Sat 4 Dec 12.30pm – 2.30pm
Followed by live Q&A panel with the artists
Veolia Lecture Theatre, Museum of Contemporary Art, Level 2
140 George Street, Circular Quay West, Sydney
This event takes place after 1 December at the Museum of Contemporary Art, a COVID Safe venue with enhanced enhanced health and safety measures in place, in accordance with the NSW Public Health Order.
For details about visitor safety, please visit https://www.mca.com.au/visitor-update-regarding-covid-19-novel-coronavirus/