Tom Tilley talks with Nike Savvas and ARTEXPRESS artists
Open until 10pm
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At Art After Hours for the next couple of months you’ll find yourself immersed in colour as Nike Savvas’s installation canopies the entrance court. Tonight in a special celebrity artist talk, Nike will speak with aspiring ARTEXPRESS 2014 student artists about the significance of colour and energy in their art. This conversation will be facilitated by the wonderful Tom Tilley of Triple J. Then we’re joined by Kent Eastwood for some final folk tunes before he leaves Australia to return to Germany.
26 March 2014
Duration 30 minutes. Free.
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