Every couple months, the KSCA gang come together for a sleepover at Ian Milliss’ house. Because we live across the state and communicate most often via electronic media, these sleepovers are a precious time for us to get together in veritable reality and remind each other that we are all still embodied beings and thatContinue reading
Gilbert Grace writes:
As a painter, with an interest in the sustainable use of materials and resources, I see common threads linking traditional painting methods, agriculture, housing, and food production.
The painting ‘supports’ – canvas, timber and the natural size used to prime and glue the them together, are sourced from the land. Canvas is
So we had a long drive getting to the living classroom. It was a lot of fun, driving along narrow country roads that wound through the endless valley. It was a little bit of a shock, finding myself in the car with Laura and the first hour of the so was composed of an almostContinue reading
What does a hat say about a human? During our New England road trip Eloise Lindebach saw the whimsy in our various head-coverings, and made this group portrait of KSCA members and some of the lovely people who showed us around.
Well, we must have been well behaved and very good listeners when we all visited Marloo farm during Futurelands2, because Stuart and Megan Andrews are welcoming us back again for Cementa 17. During the festival, KSCA will be launching the Futurelands2 newspaper, sharing the progress of The Hemp Initiative (don’t miss the cookies!), and we’re chuffed to announce that we’ll alsoContinue reading
Futurelands2 took place over a gorgeous sunny weekend in October 2016 with over 130 people participating. We will be uploading talks by each of our speakers in the very near future, but we’ll begin by posting Alex Wisser’s account of the idea of cultural adaptation, based on the introductory talk he presented at the opening of the forum.
Two weeks to go and we are excited to announce that three fabulous art projects will be in show during Futurelands2. Genevieve Murray’s The Nomadic Office will be installed in the Kandos Community Hall for the full weekend – pop in to have a conversation about the past and future of rural stock routes. Meanwhile you’ll also findContinue reading
Gilbert Grace is the artist leading the Hemp Initiative, who first suggested the idea of realising Ian Milliss’ poster artwork “Welcome To Kandos” as a real world enterprise – “making the fantasy a reality”. He recently became acquainted with Singgih Susilo Kartono, an Indonesian Designer who is also using the allure of the bamboo bicycleContinue reading
KSCA member Laura Fisher will be participating in the upcoming colloquium ‘Art, Science, Oceans’ which is being convened by the Space, Place and Country research cluster at Sydney College of the Arts in association with Sydney Environment Institute.
Friday 12 August, 2016
The day brings together scientific, humanist and artistic scholars from The University