Conversations | Artist and Curator Talks: Wàipó, the light of my childhood

An opportunity to meet the creators of the Grandmother exhibition and gain insight into the creative process behind the installations.

SPEAKERS:  Joyce Agee, Nicholas Chin, Tammy Wong Hulbert, Emilia Johari, Yinghong Li, Xiao Yu Bai

WHEN: Thursday, 31 May, 6pm-8pm

COST: Free | includes light refreshments

BOOKINGS: RSVP via this link

 

Come and hear more about Chinese Museum’s Grandmother project that sees the curators and participating artists bring new curatorial perspectives into the theme. In a 50-minute panel discussion, they will introduce their individual exhibition inspiration and how living in Australia has shaped their art and career. The discussion will be followed by light refreshments and open Q&A. Free event, all welcome.

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

  • Judy Leong completed her Master of Fine Arts at RMIT University in 2010. She also has a BA Fine Arts, a Diploma of Visual Arts and a Diploma of Stitch and Studio Textile. She is a practicing artist and also teaches textile art and patchwork from a studio in Melbourne.

 

This exhibition is part of the flagship project presented by Multicultural Museums Victoria.

Multicultural Museum Victoria is proud to have Gandel Philanthropy, one of the largest private family foundations, coming on board as the Principal Partner, supporting the 'Grandmother' Project exhibitions across all five museums.