Bus Radio - Gertrude Talks
Gertrude Talks was a weekly discussion series produced by Bus Projects in partnership with Gertrude Contemporary hosted by studio artist Georgia Banks.
Each episode a new theme was brought into focus by host Georgia Banks in conversation with current and recent Gertrude Studio Artists.
Over the series, Georgia Banks talks with Jason Phu, Sam George, Lisa Radford, James Nguyen, Joseph Griffiths, Andrew Atchison, Spiros Panigirakis, Matthew Harris, and Sarah Brasier, Amrita Hepi, Eugenia Lim, Hoda Afshar, Mia Salsjö, Tracy Burgess, and Mark Faery.
Over April and May 2020, Gertrude Talks was broadcast live every Saturday from 1 – 2pm through Bus Radio.
The Gertrude Talks program was generously supported by The City of Yarra.
Gertrude is an independent gallery and studio complex working at the forefront of contemporary visual arts practice in Australia.
Bus Projects is an artist-run organisation dedicated to supporting the critical, conceptual, and interdisciplinary practices of Australian artists.
In addition to its core gallery-based program of exhibitions, events, and residencies, Bus Projects collaborates with a range of artists and arts organisations to produce projects off-site and within the public realm.
More from this series
- Gertrude Talks - James Nguyen and Joseph Griffiths
- Gertrude Talks - Jason Phu with Sam George and Lisa Radford
- Gertrude Talks - Andrew Atchison and Spiros Panigirakis
- Gertrude Talks - Matthew Harris and Sarah Brasier
- Gertrude Talks - Amrita Hepi and Eugenia Lim
- Gertrude Talks - Hoda Afshar with Mia Salsjö
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Come together with your family at home.
- Arena Theatre online
- Possum Cloak Making and Teaching through Art with Vicki Couzens
Unique masterclass on interdisciplinary art.
- Creative Workshops for Adults
With Footscray Community Arts Centre.
- ART IS...Themes
Regional Arts Victoria
This year's theme is Art is...Unexpected.