Mar 10, 2017
First up, The Women's Show, an annual exhibition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women artists from across Australia, held at the Vivien Anderson Gallery. Gallery manager Amy Boyd and Victorian indigenous artist Maree Clark join Richard to discuss the exhibition, Maree's practice and issues of diversity and identity in Australian indigenous art.
The incomparable Judy Davis (most recently of The Dressmaker fame) is directing Brian Friels's Irish masterpiece, Faith Healer, as part of the MTC's season. Judy and Richard talk extensively about the show and its somewhat difficult themes of Irish identity, Judy's career and the film and theatre industries today.
Finally, Nicola Gunn's Piece for Person and Ghetto Blaster is back as part of the Dance Massive festival. Nicola discusses the origins of the show and her ideas about its success, which all came as the result of a confrontation about a man and a duck.