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Artist Talk with Kate Rohde
Ararat Gallery TAMA
Join us for an artist talk presented by Kate Rohde on Saturday 3 July at 2pm!
Melbourne-based artist Kate Rohde makes highly ornate sculptural objects, taking inspiration from Rococo and Baroque decorative art, science, zoomorphism and the Wunderkammer (cabinet of curiosity). Kate’s process is complex and time-consuming, starting with hand-building forms in clay or plasticine, then creating moulds and casting resin pieces, before sanding and polishing them using power tools in a labour-intensive process that produces spectacular results.
This public program is presented as part of Obsessed: Compelled to make, an exhibition that showcases the awe-inspiring creativity and innovation of makers from across Australia and examines the fundamental human need to make.
Obsessed: Compelled to make has been assisted by the Federal Government’s Visions of Australia program, supporting participation in, and access to, Australia’s art and culture. The Australian Design Centre receives funding from the NSW Government, through Arts NSW and the Federal Government through the Australia Council. The organisation is also assisted by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments.
For everyone’s health and safety, the event will be held in accordance with COVIDSafe guidelines – we thank you in anticipation of your support:
→ Masks are required for visitors 12 years of age and over (unless a lawful exception applies)
→ You must check in with the QR Code provided. If you do not have a smartphone, please speak with staff for assistance checking in
→ Capacity limits apply and are signed throughout the gallery spaces
→ Please use the hand sanitiser provided
→ Please stay 1.5m apart from other people at all times
→ If you are unwell, please stay home.
→ For any enquiries, please call 03 5355 0220.
In the event that there are changes to this event due to COVID-19, ticket holders will be contacted.
Due to limited capacity, this event will not be seated. If due to health reasons, you do require a seat, please advise us before the event.
This event is free of charge, however, bookings are essential. Please book your free tickets below: