* Doors & bar open at 4:30pm. Our sharing begins at 5:00pm *
This is our last Tr.IPP EVENT of the year! We will be sharing excerpts from WEATHER by Lucy Guerin. We have been working with original cast member, Lee Serle, on remounting this work on the Tr.IPP cohort.
Our guest artists:
—Rachel Main —
Rachel Main (Shuttermain) is a photographer, filmmaker and educator based in Melbourne. Her long-term personal project has seen her document the culture and lives of the Krump community. Main will be exhibiting part of this body of work which aims to highlight the juxtapositions between the ferocity of the style and the everyday life of the dancers, which is often focused on family, faith and work.
Work in progress showings by artists in the Tr.IPP cohort:
— Adrien Tucker —
A development of Tucker’s current artistic interests in the physical attributes of combining knowledge over years of training into one physical celebration/demonstration.
— Cheryl Friedrich —
An exploration into empowering the individual self to find value in an era where technology brings us closer together yet makes us feel less connected.
— Vanessa Northcott —
At all previous Tr.IPP EVENTS, Northcott has been presenting different creations of her visual art expression purely consisting of a growing collection of Tea Tags. For this Tr.IPP EVENT, she will incorporate all elements from her previous creations into this final installation.
Tr.IPP is also proud to be supporting #ARTISLEGIT, a campaign led byKayla Douglas, at this upcoming event.
Tr.IPP EVENT is a monthly event which is an alternative platform for performance and presentation of performative acts and pieces at various stages of their development. This is a monthly event which will showcase snippets from works in progress that the Tr.IPP cohort will be exploring at that specific point in time.
The presentation will be between 60-90 mins with a lead up and a closure consisting of community interaction. Our in-house bar will be open during the event.
All income from Tr.IPP EVENTS will be invested in the activities of the Tr.IPP cohort and their artistic practices.