11-18 March, 2018Brisbane / Australia
Micro Galleries is sending two members of Indonesian, all-female arts collective, Ladies on Wall to Australia as part of a cultural exchange. Urban creators Louisiana Wattimena and Nurhasnah Nusyirwan are off to Brisbane in March, 2018 for 8 days to experience a program of meeting, learning and collaborating with Australian arts organisatons, collectives and independent creators. The program will culminate with a collaboration with Sarah Sculley and Jugglers Art Space.
Micro Galleries, with support from The Australian Embassy Jakarta hope to assist in the professional development of the next generation of female creative curators, artistic directors and creative industry innovators in Indonesia and create new opportunities between Indonesian and Australian female artists.
All-female urban and street art collective with over 30 members across Indonesia. They organise an annual street art event for women each year.
Sarah Sculley is a Brisbane-based urban artist who creates colourful, feminine, layered work. Inspired by the female form, typography and colour, Sarah mixes these elements to create her work on canvas, paper, surfboards and skate decks. She is inspired by personal events, emotional pitfalls and the constant need to find the positive in every situation.
Kat creatively leads the global arts initiative Micro Galleries, is a Director of Sydney alternative arts space, The Red Rattler, is an Advisor for French-based global arts initiative United Sketch Freedom, is co-founder and creative collaborator with arts collective Rue de la Rocket, was named as one of Australia’s 100 Women of Influence for Culture, and was shortlisted for the University of Sydney Alumni Awards. Kat is currently based between Hong Kong and Australia, and works as an urban disruptor and creator of public art interventions that focus on positive social change.
Brisbane, QLD, Australia