Public welcome to hear how art creates community links
Published on 13 September, 2012
Artists and other interested community members are welcome at a presentation by prominent Indigenous artist Dr Pamela CroftWarcon, from 1pm-3pm on Monday Sept 17.
The presentation will be delivered from CQUniversity's Rockhampton Campus Council Room (library second floor) and via video at venues in Brisbane, Bundaberg, Emerald, Gladstone, the Gold Coast, Melbourne, Mackay, Noosa and Sydney. Details and RSVPs are via firstname.lastname@example.org or (07) 4930 6409.
As a visual artist, Dr CroftWarcon has worked extensively in Australia and overseas (including arts residencies in Paris, the Netherlands, Western Samoa, USA and the Philippines).
She is the Managing Director of her arts and cultural business, facilitates and coordinates various community cultural development projects, curates exhibitions, is a master tutor and lecturer, and works in curriculum design. She is also a reviewer, author and social history researcher.
Her presentation hosted by CQUniversity's Office of Indigenous Engagement will address how she researches and engages through her arts practice.