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Year 11 and 12 Artist Talk | Karike AshworthNext date: Friday, 24 May 2024 | 01:00 PM to 01:30 PM


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Cost

FREE | Bookings required

Contact

Rockhampton Museum of Art

(07) 4936 8248


Hear Dr Karike Ashworth, exhibiting artist in MAXIMUM MADNESS: Art Inspired by Mad Max, provide an artist talk tailored for Year 11 and 12 General Visual Art students.

Ashworth will answer the following questions in her talk:

  • What is my art for?

  • What lens did I use to respond to Mad Max and why? What did I learn from this?

  • What was my inquiry question for this project? How did it reveal itself?

  • What is the context for this body of work?

  • How and why do I use my artistic practice to explore the things that interest me?

  • What mediums do I work with and why?

  • How do I use visual language to communicate or build knowledge?

  • How did I use the body and place as a focus for my art and research?

 

FREE | Prior booking essential via school and group booking request form


About Karike Ashworth

Dr Karike Ashworth is an award-winning multidisciplinary artist-researcher-teacher living and working in Meanjin (Brisbane). Her experimental research practice consists of performance, time-based media, objects and installations. Her practice is informed by a feminist epistemological approach; in that she views the world through a woman’s perspective—always; and uses her practice to build knowledge and understanding of how patriarchal structures like gendered expectations control and contain women.

 

Content Warning

Educators are advised that one of Ashworth's works in the exhibition,No.More.Nails (2024) carries a content warning for partial nudity and sexual references with viewer discretion advised. Please contact RMOAlearning@rrc.qld.gov.au if you require any further information. 




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