Tuesday 26 October, 5:30-7pm

Location: Adelaide Town Hall, First Floor Gallery, 128 King William Street, Adelaide. Meet downstairs at ground level.

Pricing: Free, bookings essential (places are limited)

Featuring: Audio describer Emma Bedford and Emerging Curator Ann-Marie Green

Please register your interest to join us on an audio described highlights tour of the exhibition PRACTICE, curated by Ann-Marie Green.

PRACTICE explores the idea that ‘art is for all’, and showcases artists working across media including collage, assemblage, painting, printmaking, and video. The exhibiting artists are committed to testing their ideas, exploring methods to create works that push the boundaries of what constitutes art and at the same time ask the viewer to consider the ‘act’ or ‘process’ used in its creation.

Through this practice of exploration, repetition and discovery, artists Ruby Chew, Callum Docherty, James Dodd, Lucia Dohrmann, Jackie Saunders, Damien Shen and Laura Wills attempt to make sense of the world, discuss issues, and ask us to consider possibilities from new perspectives.

This is a behind-the-scenes live audio described tour for blind and vision impaired visitors. Tactile elements will also be available to give further insights into artists’ processes of making.

To register your interest or enquire about access, please call the Guildhouse office on (08) 8410 1822 or email Heidi Kenyon at programs@guildhouse.org.au.

PRACTICE is presented at the Adelaide Town Hall as part of ART WORKS Emerging Curator Program and is delivered by Guildhouse in partnership with the City of Adelaide.

Adelaide Town Hall is an accessible venue.

Images (L-R): Lucia Dohrmann, Work-in-progress, 2020, photograph Emma Dohrmann.