Join us for this FREE online 2020 International Day Of People With Disability event that will showcase new work by and new opportunities for artists with disability.
ArtScreen 2021 Launch
ArtScreen 2021 is a new production initiative for artists and filmmakers with disability which aims to create compelling new video artworks which will premiere at Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art in 2021 and potentially screen on innovative video art streaming service Prototype.
This online launch event will introduce interested applicants to the initiative, reveal the ArtScreen 2021 mentors and provide details of how to access production funding.
ArtScreen 2020 Premiere
This event will also include the world premiere screening of Little Things Matter, a provocative social critique of the dehumanisation of people with dwarfism by artist Debra Keenahan. This artwork was created by Debra as part of this year’s ArtScreen 2020 video artwork initiative (pictured above).
Following the screening. Debra will be interviewed by her ArtScreen mentor Dr Zanny Begg. Debra will also speak with students Michael and Shay from inclusive film school Bus Stop Films, Accessible Film Studies Program who crewed on Debra’s project.
When & Where
- Wednesday 2 December 2020
- 10:30am – 11am
- Zoom | Link provided following registration
- REGISTER NOW: https://artscreen2021launch.eventbrite.com.au
Debra Keenaham | Artist
Debra Keenahan is a multi-disciplinary artist working between video, performance, identity and social engagement. Debra was selected in March to create her video artwork Little Things Matter through the ArtScreen 2020 initiative. https://debrakeenahan.com.au/
Dr Zanny Begg | Artist & Academic
Zanny is an artist, curator, theorist and lecturer at UNSW Art and Design. Zanny worked as Debra’s mentor during the pre-production, production and post-production phases of ArtScreen 2020. https://zannybegg.com/
The Hon. Don Harwin | NSW Arts Minister
Kerry Comerford | Accessible Arts CEO
Susannah Thorne | Museum of Contemporary Art Access Manager
- This event will feature a pre-recorded video package which will be live streamed using the Zoom online conferencing platform.
- We’ll email you the Zoom link following registration. All you have to do on the day of the event is click on the link, follow the prompts and you’ll be part of the event.
- Zoom is an easy to use, reliable and FREE cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, collaboration, chat, and webinars across mobile devices, desktops and telephones. If you haven’t used Zoom before you can find out more here: https://zoom.us/
This event will be Auslan interpreted and have closed captioning.
If you have access requirements, please advise us when registering. We may need 24 hours notice to accommodate your requirements. Please take this into account when registering.
For more information or to specify any access requirements to participate in this event, please contact Daniel Jaramillio: firstname.lastname@example.org
ArtScreen 2021 Project Partners
Accessible Arts | Museum of Contemporary Art | Bus Stop Films, Accessible Film Studies Program | Prototype | Information and Cultural Exchange | Create NSW | City of Sydney
ArtScreen 2020 Project Partners
Accessible Arts | Bus Stop Films, Accessible Film Studies Program | Prototype | Information and Cultural Exchange | City of Sydney
Image: Production still from Little Things Matter featuring artist Debra Keenahan (credit: Robert Brindley )
Image Description: A short statured woman is standing on stage in front of a red curtain. She is wearing a gold dress and holding an old-fashioned microphone in a chrome casing. On the left is an ArtScreen logo with the word Art and Screen in black font on a white background inside a simple illustration of a mobile phone.