The Suburbs Project
The Suburbs Project is an art project for Heritage Month 2021 about the suburban spaces of Clarence. Drawing on the expansive archives from Council and community, the exhibition will mix historical documentation and local stories with newly commissioned artworks by Lucy Hawthorne, Simon Cuthbert, Mary Scott, Nicole Robson and Sam Field, addressing the social questions and design aesthetics abundant in Clarence.
The project also aims to create an archive of how the city was made by the people that made it, inviting the audience to submit pictures and stories in the archive room at the Schoolhouse Gallery. History walks with Rob Braslin, kids workshops with Bec Stevens and public programs will run throughout the project.
7 – 30th May – Submit to the Archive: Photocopy family photos, images of your home, pictures of Clarence way back when and more, in the Archive room at the Schoolhouse Gallery to add to the archive in the Exhibition
8th May – Building Possible Possibilities with Bec Stevens and Simon Spain (Ages 6 – 12)
9th & 30th May – Clarendon Vale: A Walk Through Time with Rob Braslin
April – May – Living Memories Workshopwith Dr Steven Carson at Uniting Age Well Home Care, Warrane Mornington Neighbourhood Centre, Risdon Vale Neighbourhood Centre (Centre clients only)