Remembrance Day Artist Talks

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Sappers & Shrapnel Remembrance Day Artist Talks
Friday 11 November, 11am-4pm | Free

Join us on Remembrance Day - the first day of the exhibition, 'Sappers & Shrapnel: contemporary art and the art of the trenches'. At 11am we will observe a minute of silence followed by a free program of artist talks from 11.30am-4pm.

See the full program:

11am
Remembrance Day
Observe one minute of silence with the exhibition 'Sappers & Shrapnel'.
Where: Throughout the Gallery

11.30am
Contemporary art and conflict
Join us for this important panel discussion about contemporary art and conflict. Panellists include 'Sappers & Shrapnel' artist Ben Quilty, writer Richard Flanagan and World Vision’s Ralph Baydoun and Connie Lenneberg. This event is supported by an Auslan interpreter.
Where: Radford Auditorium

1-4pm
What does trench art have in common with art made today?
Hear from contemporary artists in the 'Sappers & Shrapnel' exhibition as they share details about their work.
1pm Richard Lewer
1.30pm Fiona Hall
2.00pm Rene Kulitja
2.30pm Olga Cironis
3.00pm Alasdair McLuckie
3.30pm Sera Waters
Where: Gallery 22-25

Guided Tours daily from 12 November, 11am and 2pm

FREE ADMISSION
Bookings Not necessary, please arrive early to avoid disappointment
Enquiries 08 8207 7000 or agsainformation@artgallery.sa.gov.au

image detail: Richard Lewer, born Hamilton, New Zealand 1970, The rotting bodies of men drowning in mud, the sweet stench of our death, my life is given, 2016, oil on epoxy coated steel, 4 x 1 m; © Richard Lewer, courtesy Hugo Michell Gallery and Sullivan + Strumpf, Sydney, Adelaide. photo: Andrew Curtis
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By: Art Gallery of South Australia