CAD Factory Rural Residency Program
Local artists are invited to participate in a free workshop with Romanian born, Italian based artist Barbara Bartos. The workshop will begin with Barbara discussing her past work, artistic trajectory and Rural Residency collaboration with Julie Briggs. Following this, she will share the process of making her landscape music boxes in order to generate conversations, to experiment and play with the work. Watch the music box videos online.
Saturday 26 November, 4:30pm - 6:30pm The Cad Factory, 1906 Strontian Rd, Sandigo
Free to particpate, only six places available
To Book: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stay for dinner after the workshop and attend the Rural Residency Public Event at The Cad Factory from 7:30pm - 9:30pm.
About Barbara Bartos
Barbara Bartos is a Romanian born multidisciplinary artist. She holds an MFA from San Francisco Art Institute and a BFA from the University of Art and Design in Cluj, Romania. She has recently moved back to Europe and is now based in Rome, Italy after living in the US for the past 15 years. Her work explores the image in an experimental way, through a variety of media from site-specific sculptural interventions, to audio-visual objects, drawings, paintings and prints. Current investigations revolve around what is an ‘image’ and how different forms of perception can shape its meaning. Barbara’s work has been exhibited in international galleries and museums including The Engine Room, London, UK; Southern Exposure, San Francisco, US; Palazzo Correr, Venice, Italy; Caixa-Ourense, Spain; Modern Art Gallery, Miskolc, Hungary; National Art Museum, Cluj, Romania. Read more about Barabara on her website.
About the Rural Residency Program
The Cad Factory is an artist led organisation creating an international program of new, immersive and experimental work guided by authentic exchange, ethical principles, people and place. From November 2016 to February 2017, The Cad Factory will have one international and two national artists in residence, each partnered with a local artist to share ideas and work as collaborators. Each pairing will make work in the surrounding Riverina region. This works will culminate in a video presented at the Wagga Wagga Art Gallery. Workshops with students and artists, along with public outcomes will allow local people to share in all the work being created. November: Barabara Bartos (Italy and USA) in residence with Julie Briggs (Narrandera) December: Darrin Baker (Sydney) in residence with Trent Light (Narrandera) February: Polly Stanton (Melbourne) in residence with Angela Coombs Matthews (Temora)