CULTURE AT WORK 2019 SPONSOR – THE STAR
STEAM workshops last Sunday each month 9am to 10am
Last Sunday each month 9-10am / FREE
CULTURE AT WORK is grateful for the support of a 2019 community grant from The Star.
Our family workshops are designed to bring the whole family and extended family together to play and create, experiment using a range of great play materials including Magformers, Little Bits, Lego and craft. CULTURE AT WORK is 10 years old this year on 24 Feb 2019.
Our education program is based on the theoretical framework of Lev Vygotsky, a Russian psychologist and amazing thinker. He observed children learning incrementally from engaging with another person. This process is called the Zone of Proximal Development or the ZPD. CULTURE AT WORK bases its programs and residencies on the work of Lev Vygotsky. That is why we invite parents and grandparents to come and learn and play with children and grandchildren. We can all learn from each other. Come and PLAY!
Entropy an exhibition by Lisa Tolcher and Marta Ferracin
Art Science Residency
3-17 Nov 2018 / Free entry
Entropy is a collaborative art-science residency project at CULTURE AT WORK in 2018 by Marta Ferracin and Lisa Tolcher. The artists have undertaken research in the fields of art and chemistry engaging with the processes of life and decay – taking over CULTURE AT WORK and its galleries and courtyard.
Jo Burzynska – Culture at Work Artist in Residence 2018
04-12 Aug 2018 / Exhibition Free entry
Jo Burzynska – CULTURE AT WORK Art-Science Residency 2018
Jo Burzynska is multi-sensory artist whose parallel backgrounds in sound art and professional wine writing have increasingly converged in the production of art at the intersection of the senses. This regularly combines audition and the chemical senses (taste and olfaction), the interaction between and its creative application is also the topic of her current interdisciplinary doctoral research at UNSW Art & Design.
CULTURE AT WORK Artist in Residence 2017 Carolyn Cardinet
Art Science Residency 2017
May/June 2017 / FREE
CULTURE AT WORK Artist in Residence 2017 Carolyn Cardinet. “During the art science residency I will explore the problem of the lasting impact of plastic consumerism and how our own environment adapts to human impact. The outcome of my research will be portrayed through small works made from organic matter and plastic waste.”
CULTURE AT WORK Artist in Residence 2016 Helen Amanatiadis
ART SCIENCE RESIDENCY 2016
19 NOV 2016 2-5PM LAUNCH EVENT / FREE
Helen Amanatiadis’ practice explores the spaces we inhabit – physical, virtual and also spiritual. The space we inhabit is no longer primarily architectural but virtual, to which we are bound via a device permanently attached to our physical body.
CULTURE AT WORK Artist in Residence 2017 Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger
Art Science Residency
CULTURE AT WORK Artist in Residence 2017 Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger. My residency will explore how our contemporary society, tourism and consumerism, is affecting isolated island communities around the world.
Voyages of Sound Exhibition
Voyage of Sound presents a collection of works by artists, Blake Copland, Klaya Lowry and Muamer Cajic. These works, which utilise various media, are primarily concerned with sound. Exhibition Launch Saturday 23 April 2016 2-5pm at CULTURE AT WORK’s Accelerator Gallery.
CULTURE AT WORK® Artist ART+SCIENCE Residency Program 2018
Feb to Nov 2018 / See application for details
CULTURE AT WORK® is pleased to announce the call out for the CULTURE AT WORK® Emerging Artists Residency Program 2018. The program is designed for artists working with art and science and or technology or other experts.
CULTURE AT WORK RESIDENCY 2015 / MELANIE EDEN
RESIDENCY EXHIBITION & LAUNCH
6-13 August 2015
Melanie Eden is an artist in residence at CULTURE AT WORK in 2015. We are waiting with anticipation to see the outcome of her research in her exhibition on Wednesday 5 August 2015 at ACCELERATOR Gallery.
CULTURE AT WORK / TOM HUNGERFORD
27 Jun - Sun 5 July 11am - 4pm / FREE
Tom Hungerford is an artist who works with sound. His art+science residency project transforms CULTURE AT WORK’s Accelerator gallery into an interactive acoustic installation.