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	Image: Edith Magnussen

Panel discussion: Emerging as an artist with disability

Artists reflect on two programs that have allowed their work to flourish

Hear Rosalind Stanley, Rosell Flatley, Cobie Moore and Rebecca Sciroli discuss their experience of practicing as an artist with disability. The artists will share their experiences of two key programs that have facilitated their creative development; Front Up Emerge and Get Out of the Garret. The panel will be joined by moderator, Liam Benson, who has worked with each of the artists through these projects.

After the panel discussion, take a moment to meet the artists in person and learn more about their individual work and practice. Rosalind, Rosell, Cobie and Rebecca will be joined by fellow artists from the program, Jeff Wood and M.Sunflower.

The Emerge Program is a collaboration between the Gallery and Front Up, a Western Sydney-based arts and culture hub, founded by Ability Options. It connects professional artists and emerging artists with disability, and showcases their work in community-based projects in public spaces.

The Get Out of the Garret initiative supports artists with disability to further develop their professional practice.

This event is part of the Gallery’s celebrations for International Day of People with Disability. This event will be Auslan interpreted.

Image: Edith Magnussen

Wednesday 5 December 2018, 6.30pm


No bookings required

Duration 30 minutes
Location: Entrance court

Related program: International Day of People with Disability 2018