Isolate Make: Creative Resilience in a Pandemic
Isolate Make explores how creative practice has adapted to isolation, associated restrictions and production challenges, or simply in response to the tragic global events.
The arts and creative industries have been hit hard this year with opportunities to exhibit and sell work limited by closures and restrictions.
With the support of a City of Sydney Cultural Resilience Grant, Australian Design Centre invited nine creative practitioners from Sydney to participate in a new project called Isolate Make: Creative Resilience in a Pandemic. We worked closely with all nine individuals to unpack the impact this year has had on their practice.
Through images, text, video and final work on exhibition Isolate Make gives a unique insight into a wide range of contemporary art, craft and design practices.
Exhibiting Creative Practitioners:
Glenn Barkley | Crossing Threads | Kathy Elliott | Benja Harney | Liz Payne | Donna Sgro | Lucy Simpson | Melinda Young
Exhibition dates: 26 November – 27 January 2021
Australian Design Centre: 101 – 115 William Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
When: Tuesday – Saturday, 11am – 4pm
Closed: Sundays & Mondays
We are following the NSW Health COVID-19 Safety Industry Guidelines for museums and galleries to keep our guests and staff safe.
Image: Kathy Elliott, Danger Within, 2020. Photo: Greg Piper.