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Linden New Art Upcoming Exhibition and Events

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MEET THE ARTIST > MEET FIRST NATIONS DESIGNER NICOLE MONKS  

Nicole Monks, birli nganmanha (eating together) [detail], 2021,
Nicole Monks, birli nganmanha (eating together) [detail], 2021,

Meet First Nations multi-disciplinary creative Nicole Monks of Warjarri Yamaji Dutch & English heritage in an intimate conversation with Linden Director Melinda Martin. Nicole will discuss her large-scale commission birli nganmanha (eating together) that features crockery and cutlery made from traditional materials found on country.

There will be opportunities for you to ask questions and get involved.

WHEN            > Saturday 9 October 2021

TIME               > 2PM-3PM

ACCESS           > Virtual – Facebook & YouTube live

COST               > FREE

STRANGE BEDFELLOWS > DRAG QUEENS & MID CENTURY MODERN  

Artem Gavrysh @tmwd. Source: unsplash.com.
Artem Gavrysh @tmwd. Source: unsplash.com.

We knew this would get your attention. Strange Bedfellows brings together two speakers talking for 20 minutes each, in team tag-teamed lectures discussing Drag Queens and Mid Century Modern. Prepare to learn some weird and wonderful facts and see if you can come up with the winning question that unites these two topics. Compete to win a prize for the best question on the night!

Gather your friends, prepare to learn some weird and wonderful facts and compete to see if you can come up with the winning question. Prizes will be awarded to those with the best connections.

WHEN             > Sunday 10 October

TIME               > 4PM-5PM

ACCESS           > Virtual – Facebook & YouTube live

COST               > FREE

ARTIST SPEAKEASY > DESIGN SOLUTIONS  

Photo by Vale Zmeykov on Unsplash.
Photo by Vale Zmeykov on Unsplash.

Is the world designed with only men in mind? Why are products for women often coloured pink? Why are so many things made of plastic? How do we embrace First Nations heritage into design thinking? We invited you to share your design problems, chose the hardest to solve, and enlisted the best and brightest students from Monash University to find the best solutions. Hear how they solved your design problems and vote for the best team!

Register below for this live event.

WHEN             > Thursday 14 October

TIME               > 6-7PM

ACCESS           > Virtual – Facebook & YouTube live

COST               > FREE, suitable for practising visual artists and emerging arts industry professionals.

MEET THE ARTIST > MEET THE DESIGNERS  

Visitors at Fringe Furniture, 2019. Photograph: Tanya Volt.
Visitors at Fringe Furniture, 2019. Photograph: Tanya Volt.

The work often speaks for itself, but who could resist hearing from the minds behind it? Join Linden’s Curator Juliette Hanson in an intimate conversation with designers from Design Fringe as they share how their work responds to the exhibition’s theme of Home and how their ideas turned into designer magic.

WHEN             > Sunday 17 October

TIME                > 2PM-3PM

ACCESS           > Virtual – Facebook & YouTube live

COST                > FREE

ARTIST SPEAKEASY > RESPONDING TO A DESIGN BRIEF  

Återställ by Vincent Chu. Photograph: Vincent Chu
Återställ by Vincent Chu. Photograph: Vincent Chu

Linden New Art in partnership with Design Fringe and Craft Victoria as part of Craft Contemporary presents a special professional development session around responding to a design brief. This is a unique opportunity to hear from industry professionals on the various aspects to consider when responding creatively to a design brief, and how to get your project or idea over the line. Our exciting panel will feature Ella Saddington from multidisciplinary design studio Us From Space, furniture designer Thomas Lentini, and Elishia Whitchurch, Design Principle at UAP, facilitated by Linden New Art Director Melinda Martin.

Whether you’re an aspiring or emerging designer – Don’t miss this chance to ask all your burning design brief questions via chat on this live stream event.

WHEN             > Tuesday 19 October

TIME               > 6-7PM

ACCESS           > Virtual – Facebook & YouTube live

COST               > FREE, suitable for practising visual artists and emerging arts industry professionals.


NOW SHOWING

Vipoo Srivilasa > Wellness Deity 
Ruth Höflich > To Feed Your Oracle
Natasha Beiniek > Halcyon
Until 22 August 2021.

Carolyn Menzies > Of Slender Means
Until 29 August 2021.

PLEASE NOTE

Linden New Art is closed to the public due to new restrictions from the Victorian government. Stay well, stay safe.

Stay connected with us through our e-newsletters or social media channels. We look forward to welcoming you back to the gallery soon.

Linden New Art acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which we operate, the Boonwurrung people of the Kulin nation and pays respect to their Elders past, present and emerging.



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26 Acland Street
ST KILDA VIC 3182
T: (03) 9534 0099
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