ARTS MONDAY

by Margaux Dombkins
posted 17/01/2016

ZAP and National Art School – Arts Monday

a1571399169_16Musician, Will Henderson and Curator, Judith Blackall are my guests today. Will Henderson, a graduate of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, is currently touring Australia with The ZAP Show – a unique, wild and fun laden show full of puppetry, physical theatre, dance and comedy.

The Zap Show originated in Berlin when two Australians and one Greek (Will, Gabrielle and Petros) combined ideological forces. ZAP constantly performs across Europe, wowing audiences with their phenomenal music and their passionate performances.

ZAP launch their EP at The Basement on 6TH February 2016.

More info: www.thezapshow.com

 

Lydia Balbal- Winnpa

Lydia Balbal- Winnpa

Judith Blackall is the National Art School’s Curator and Gallery Manager. Their latest exhibition Luminous World brings together a selection of contemporary paintings, objects and photographs from the Wesfarmers Collection in a conversation about light.

The exhibition includes works by 50 leading Australian and New Zealand artists, including Brook Andrew, Paddy Bedford, Brian Blanchflower, Timothy Cook, Dale Frank, Rosalie Gascoigne, Bill Henson, Susan Norrie, Elizabeth Nyumi, Fiona Pardington, Michael Riley, David Stephenson, Judy Watson and Nyapanyapa Yunupingu.

The NAS Gallery’s program consists of research, publications, public programs, artist residencies, and exhibitions featuring multi-discipline group and solo projects by Australian and international artists, including the end of year showcase of graduating students.

Judith Blackall

Judith Blackall

The NAS Gallery is housed in the former A-Wing of the old Darlinghurst Gaol, which was originally built between 1836-41.

 

National Art School

Forbes St Darlinghurst

More info: www.nas.edu.au

 

 

I look forward to your company 10.30am – 12.00pm

Margaux