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Aseel Tayah is a Guest Artist for Colour Box Studio Creative Conversations
Aseel Tayah is an award-winning Melbourne-based Palestinian artist, creative director and cultural leader who uses her practice to advocate for artists of color, mothers, children and young people, focusing on identity, First Nation and climate, changing the world, one project at a time.
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Colour Box Studio Creative Conversations
Presented by @artscentremelbourne and hosted by Maria Birch-Morunga, Colour Box Studio Creative Conversations will feature six talented local artists who will share their perspectives and experiences working in the Australian creative industries. Read on to discover who will be featured: Sashi Perera: Sashi is a Sri Lankan Australian comedian, writer and recovering lawyer. She was nominated as Best Newcomer at the 2023 Melbourne International Comedy Festival and featured as One to Watch on the 2021 UK Funny Women Awards. Her second solo show "Boundaries" will tour Australia and the UK through 2024.
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Paola Balla is a Guest Artist for Colour Box Studio Creative Conversations
We're pleased to announce Dr Paola Balla as a guest artist for Colour Box Studio Creative Conversations, a free event series presented by Arts Centre Melbourne at The Channel 24th April 2024. Dr Paola Balla is a visual artist, curator, speaker, academic and writer. She is a Wemba-Wemba and Gunditjmara woman based at Moondani Balluk Indigenous Academic Centre, Victoria University where she works in Blak community research & teaches The Politics of Aboriginal Art, Indigenous units in the Masters of Teaching program & is Director of Creative Research Collective at Moondani Balluk. Her visual & curatorial practice is focused on Blak women’s resistance, sovereignty, self-determination and healing practices.
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Colour Box Studio Creative Conversations
Presented by @artscentremelbourne and hosted by Maria Birch-Morunga, Colour Box Studio Creative Conversations will feature six talented local artists who will share their perspectives and experiences working in the Australian creative industries. Read on to discover who will be featured: Esther Fwati: Esther is an emerging actor, writer and producer based in Melbourne Australia. In 2022 her Web Series NO ORDINARY LOVE Presented by Screen Australia was released to an international audience with great reception. Esther is inspired by the works of strong black female creators such as Issa Rae, Quinta Brunson and Shonda Rhimes.
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Colour Box Studio Creative Conversations
Presented by @artscentremelbourne and hosted by Maria Birch-Morunga, Colour Box Studio Creative Conversations will feature six talented local artists who will share their perspectives and experiences working in the Australian creative industries. Read on to discover who will be featured: Sashi Perera: Sashi is a Sri Lankan Australian comedian, writer and recovering lawyer. She was nominated as Best Newcomer at the 2023 Melbourne International Comedy Festival and featured as One to Watch on the 2021 UK Funny Women Awards. Her second solo show "Boundaries" will tour Australia and the UK through 2024.
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Reclaiming Cultural Knowledge with Luke Currie-Richardson
Luke Currie-Richardson is a storyteller working across dance, photography, poetry and activism. He is a proud Aboriginal and Torres Strait man whose movement is strong and powerful, portraying an intensity akin to his passion for representing Mob. In this Colour Box Studio interview, Currie-Richardson discusses using art as a journal, his first leap into choreography with the Stephanie Lake Escalator Program, and the importance of keeping his work accessible to his community on social media.
Colour Box Studio is committed to supporting wellbeing for artists and creatives through the creative journey, that’s why we’ve joined forces with Creative Therapist, Toya Ricci to bring you Conscious Creative Practice – A Wellbeing Circle for Artists and Creatives. We've also curated a list of wellbeing resources worth checking out. Shirts, Inspiration, Mindfulness, Wellbeing, Consciousness, Mindful, Work Success, Therapist
Wellbeing for Artists and Creatives
Colour Box Studio is committed to supporting wellbeing for artists and creatives through the creative journey, that’s why we’ve joined forces with Creative Therapist, Toya Ricci to bring you Conscious Creative Practice – A Wellbeing Circle for Artists and Creatives. We've also curated a list of wellbeing resources worth checking out.
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Junction Footscray Roving Performers
Junction Footscray roving performers include bubbles, fire and light! Curated by Ryn Hooligan, performers will activate areas between Nicholson St Mall & Rail Bridge, Maddern Square and Footscray train station. Photo credit: Ahmed El-Assy
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Junction Footscray Staying Alive! Dance Installation
Experience a site-specific work of art designed for the Nicholson St Rail Bridge, Footscray by artist Alejandra Diaz. The ‘Staying Alive installation is designed for people to come across an unexpected place and be able to dance with strangers and experience a new perspective on the Nicholson Street Rail Bridge. Photo credit: Ahmed El-Assy.
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Junction Footscray Roving Comedy Tour
Big laughs, unique stories and joyful memories from the Footscray Comedy Club hosting the Junction Footscray roving comedy tour around the mall including comedians Krutika Harale, Urvi Majumdar and Showko Showfukutei led by MC Jameel Rehman from the Footscray Comedy Club. And you’re likely to meet a local Footscray trader on the way! Photo credit: Ahmed El-Assy.