STEVEN DURBACH Sid Sledge EVOLVER
Tarli, Trevor’s niece, will be creating a series of mixed media prints that will be exhibited at CULTURE AT WORK on completion of her residency. Trevor, who is from Sydney, will source relevant technical history to be used in the prints. Culture at Work is housed in the historic Scott Street Terraces in Scott St Pyrmont NSW.
The Sydney Science Festival 2019 is underway and CULTURE AT WORK shares the stories of artists and scientists who have collaborated in art-science Residencies over the past decade.
Science and Art in Conversation will be held on Thursday 15th August 6-8pm.
Laura Jade Hindes
Lea Kannar -Lichtenberger
Dr David Gallego-Ortega Garvan Institute
Dr Robert Baker University of Sydney
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.
CULTURE AT WORK 2019 Art-Science Residency Program is calling for applications for 2020 and 2021 NOW!
The JAMES N. KIRBY FOUNDATION has generously supported CULTURE AT WORK’s most recent innovative education program. for primary schools in our local area Creative Galaxies, Space, Data and Composition.
CULTURE AT WORK will be hosting a panel discussion between artists, scientists and business strategists at the Chau Chak Building.
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.”
‘A wonderful evening as was last years event – challenging, creative, innovative, fun and scientific.’ Liz and Leon will speak about their individual relationships to the science of light and colour….