Join us at the Art Gallery of NSW for a scintillating panel conversation about the future of access and inclusion in the arts.
This panel conversation is part of Accessible Arts' Hybrid Event Series – Access Ideas and Insights. These events are dedicated to being as accessible as possible. This event is wheelchair accessible, Auslan-interpreted, live-captioned and live-streamed online.
Featuring an expert panel of leading artists and technologists, discover how artists and organisations are innovating access and inclusion with new technology.
Learn about multi-sensory experiences, thrilling tactile work, and entirely virtual exhibitions.
We welcome you to ponder, not just essential access requirements, but the fantastical possibilities of an inclusive future. Don’t miss The Future of Art.
Thea-Mai Baumann: Thea-Mai Baumann is a creative executive, artist, technologist and producer of Vietnamese-Swiss heritage. Thea is the CEO and Artistic Director of 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art. Thea was CEO and Founder of world-first hologram brands Metaverse Makeovers® and 超宇美人® based between Melbourne, Shanghai, and Hong Kong.
Louise Zhang: Louise Zhang 张露茜 is a Chinese-Australian multidisciplinary artist whose practice spans painting, sculpture and installation. Zhang explores the dynamics of aesthetics, contrasting the attractive and repulsive in order to navigate the senses of fear, anxiety and a sense of otherness reflecting her identity.
Amy Claire Mills: Amy is a Sydney-based emerging artist living and working on unceded Gadigal and Wangal land. Her art practice explores identity and self-preservation through immersive installations and performances, by which she becomes both the artist and subject. Her practice critiques and examines the politics surrounding the female disabled body.
Date and time: Thursday 29 Jun 2023, 11:00am-12:00pm
Location: Art Gallery of New South Wales – New Building, Meers Hall, Lower Level 2
Please note: The Future of Art panel conversation is free to attend, but space is limited, so tickets must be reserved in advance.