Ceramic Stories [digital connections]
30 November – 25 January 2024
Ceramic Stories [digital connections] presents diverse ceramic sculptures, objects and installations fused with digital activations.
They farmed tapioca, oranges and rice: Camille Laddawan
30 November 2023—25 January 2024
Through a series of beaded works, this exhibition poetically examines the ways in which heritage and ancestry unfold through storytelling to forge a child’s identity, amidst broader narratives of tradition, migration, cultural loss and change.
Mini Mind Garden: Minka Gillian
30 November 2023—31 January 2024
Based on an imaginary internal landscape, Minka Gillian combines manmade materials with organic forms found in both the plant world and our own bodies to showcase biomorphic sculptures.
Ngalama Gundhu Ngura (Sitting Tree Place)
Ngalama Gundhu Ngura (Sitting Tree Place) is an urban resting place for community to meet and reflect on local culture.
ADC's forecourt garden beds have been re-designed, landscaped and revitalised with Indigenous plants and a bench designed to reflect the patterns of the land in the Gadigal Mural, supported by a My Community Project grant, proudly funded by the NSW Government.
Gadigal Mural, designed by Sydney artist Jason Wing, with ADC's First Nations Creative Producers Dennis Golding and Lucy Simpson is a collaborative artwork referencing both the topographical patterning and material culture of Gadigal country.