22 May In Conversation with Andy Dinan|Open Journal
Open Journal recently chatted with Andy Dinan about the impact of COVID 19 on museums, galleries and the creative industries, the use of digital platforms and what we can learn and do in response. In the wake of the recent devastation COVID-19 has wrought upon Victoria’s creative sector a number of financial lifelines have emerged thanks to the much appreciated largess of a handful of generous philanthropists. Unfortunately, due to closures to major galleries, theatres and public spaces, grants such as The Sidney Myer Fund’s new National Assistance Program for the Arts have been labelled a “drop in the bucket” given the sheer depth of the problem which is further exacerbated by most artists being inelgible for the Jobkeeper payment.
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Featured works from the exhibition ‘As Long as the Night is Dark’, curated by Simon Pericich.
Bernhard Sachs,‘The Paranoiac-Critical Ratio (one year or two seconds of ecstacy) Melbourne 3.39.02 am 2005 Dali Cadaver’, 2016, Charcoal, ink, comte, rubber stamp, acrylic, texta on diary pages in plastic sheets
Jordan Wood, Sunken Heads, 2017, Ceramic, concrete, wood