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INSIGHTS: 19th Biennale of Sydney Regional Tour

Posted on 09 October 2013 in News
Krisztina Erdei
Antiglamour series 64, 2011
photograph
50 x 70 cm 
Courtesy the artist and Godot Galéria, Budapest

Over the coming months, we’re heading to regional galleries across NSW to provide early insights into the 19th Biennale.

In this series of events, our Public Program and Education team will introduce the exhibition, its ideas and artists, and offer recommendations for excursion planning, as well as practical teaching and learning strategies for the classroom.

Please find below a list of upcoming events, with further dates to be announced.

Wollongong Art Gallery
Wednesday, 6 November

11 am–12 pm: Secondary School Workshop
This session is booked out.

1.30 pm: Public Talk
Bookings not required

Lismore Regional Gallery
Thursday, 7 November

5.30–6.30 pm: Public Talk
Bookings not required

Blacktown Arts Centre
Friday, 8 November

4.30–5.30 pm: Educator Presentation
Bookings required

6.30–7.30 pm: Public Talk
Bookings required

Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery
Tuesday, 12 November 2013

6 pm: Public Talk
To register your interest, contact Ian Howarth on (08) 8088 3440 or Ian.Howarth@brokenhill.nsw.gov.au

Maitland Regional Art Gallery
Friday, 15 November 2013
5–6 pm Educator Presentation
To register your interest, contact Anne McLaughlin on AnneMc@maitland.nsw.gov.au

Bathurst Regional Art Gallery
Tuesday, 26 November 2013

4.30–5.30 pm: Educator Presentation
To register your interest, contact Emma Hill on 02 6333 6555 or emma.hill@bathurst.nsw.gov.au

Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery
Friday, 29 November 2013
12–3 pm: Educator Presentation
To register your interest, contact Joanna Davies on jldavies@lakemac.nsw.gov.au

Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre
Thursday, 12 December 2013
11 am–12 pm: Educator Presentation
Bookings required

The 19th Biennale of Sydney Regional Tour program is supported by Regional & Public Galleries NSW and Museums and Galleries NSW.

Image: Krisztina Erdei, Antiglamour series 64, 2011, photograph, 50 x 70 cm. Courtesy the artist and Godot Galéria, Budapest