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Above:
  1. Credit: Belinda Locke, ‘Everyday Acts of Disobedience’. Photo: Jack Dixon-Gunn

  2. Credit: Studio Portrait of Aida Azin. Photo: Thomas McCammon

  3. Image: Jenny Barnes. Courtesy of the artist.

  4. Image: Lily Nie at Paperlily Studio. Courtesy of Emerging Writers’ Festival

  5. Credit: The Purple Shall Govern (2022). Photo: Jody Haines.

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  8. Credit: Silk screen printed textiles in the studio (2021). Photo: Kay Abude.

  9. Image: Marcus Whale - Possession. Photo: Rena Zheng.

  10. Image: Kathleen Gonzalez, Secretos de la Raiz (video still), 2022

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  12. Image: New North Foreign, Intimate Concert 4. Courtesy of New North

  13. Image: Radical Hospitality at Next Wave. Photo: Mae Hatrick (2022)

  14. Image: Here We Have It by Amrita Hepi, 2021, VCA Dance, Faculty of Fine Arts and Music, University of Melbourne. Image by Gregory Lorenzutti.

  15. Image: James McLean (photo credit James McLean)

  16. Image: Jacqui Shelton ‘Department of Lost Notes’ Anne Moffat (2022)

  17. Coil, Image: Lucy Parakhina (2022)

  18. Image: Coil. Photo: Rosie Hasties (2022)

  19. Image: install of Jacqui Shelton at Brunswick Mechanics. Courtesy of the artist.

  20. Image: Chik Chika Photo: Nick Mckinlay

  21. Image: Jacqui Shelton ‘Department of Lost Notes’ video- still 2022

  22. Image: Leisuretime I. Photo: Aaron Claringbold and Rebecca Mccauley (2022)

  23. Image: Magic Steven. Courtesy of the artists and Brunswick Music Festival.

  24. Image: Maria Moles. Photo: Nick Mckinlay

  25. Image: Brunswick Mechanics Institute. Photo: Anne Moffatt (2020)

  26. Image: Coil. Photo:Diana Domonkos


Making it in Moreland: Sustainability in Art with Kay Abude

Sat 9 Jul
3pm-5pm
📍 Mood Studios, 109 Nicholson St, Brunswick East
Free
Book tickets

Please note this event has a new date, Saturday July 9. We hope you can make it!
For those participants who have already booked in, your original ticket will be valid for this new date. If you are not able to make this new date, please let us know via ticketing@nextwave.org.au

Join us for a 2-hour workshop with Melbourne based artist Kay Abude at Mood Studios, where we’ll gather for an afternoon of food and conversation to discuss sustainability in art practice. Kay will share a little about her practice and ongoing projects, as well as her methodologies to open discussion and reflections around ‘what is a sustainable art practice?’ and ‘how do you create a one’.

The Making it in Moreland program is curated by Next Wave in partnership with Moreland City Council; all events are held in-person at various venues across Moreland.

Registrations for this event open on Mon 23 May. Get tickets first by signing up to our mailing list here

Artist Bio

Kay Abude is an artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Her practice spans diverse media, including sculpture, large-scale installation, photography, performance, video, and silk screen printing. Her works, often adorned with texts, function as provocations and explore themes of work, labour and money.

Artist Bio

Kay Abude is an artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Her practice spans diverse media, including sculpture, large-scale installation, photography, performance, video, and silk screen printing. Her works, often adorned with texts, function as provocations and explore themes of work, labour and money.

Accessibility

  • Quiet Room Available

  • Assistance Animals Welcome

  • Pram Accessible venue

  • Please note: Bathrooms are only accessible via step.

We are able to assist with any access requests you may have ahead of this event. For further enquiries about how Next Wave can support your access requirements, please contact our team on (03) 9387 3376 or email us at ticketing@nextwave.org.au.

Please contact Next Wave for assistance booking tickets via ticketing@nextwave.org.au

We also welcome suggestions for how we can continue to improve our experience for people with disability.

Getting to Mood Studios

Mood Studios is located near the corner of Glenlyon Road and Nicholson Street in Brunswick East, 12 mins drive away from Melbourne Central Station.

By Tram
No. 96
Stop 21 Glenlyon Rd/Nicholson St
This is a level access stop.

YarraTrams aims to run every service on Route 96 with a low-floor tram.
To find out if the next tram at your stop will be a low-floor tram, look for the wheelchair symbol on tramTRACKER®

Parking
There is limited paid on-street parking on Glenlyon Streets. There are two accessible car park spaces onsite directly in front of the entrance to the building for holders of a Parking Permit for people with Disabilities.

By Bicycle
Secure your bike to one of the racks along Nicholson Street.

Making it in Moreland, Arts Moreland’s FREE workshop and talks series is presented by Next Wave in partnership with Moreland City Council. Aimed at building both professional and practical skills, the 2022 series is a fantastic opportunity to learn something new, increase industry expertise, engage with local artists and their practices and meet other people in the creative industries.

Making it in Moreland is curated by Next Wave in partnership with Moreland City Council; all events are free and held in-person at various venues across Moreland.

Making it in Moreland is generously supported by Moreland City Council through Arts Moreland.

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Above:
  1. Credit: Silk screen printed textiles in the studio (2021). Photo: Kay Abude.

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