In this show curator Isobel Parker-Philips joined David Capra to discuss Imprint at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Abdul Abdullah interviews Indonesian artists Hahan and Gintani Swastika in Yogyakarta. Curated music by Alex Kiers.
On this show we are joined by Anastasia Kloise for our new segment ‘Don’t give up your day job’, where we discuss artist’s lives outside their practice. We interviewed Mikhael Subotzky and Gene Sherman about Subotzky’s exhibition WYE at Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation. Curated music by Kelly Aziz.
On this show we talked to Louise Dibben from SafARI, we introduced our regular segment ‘Internet Faymous’ with Giselle Stanborough and Nat called us from the Festival of Live Art in Melbourne. Curated music by Kate Buckingham.
On this show we are joined by the team behind Mother Spice, Eddie Abd, Marian Abboud and Nisha Shrestha, at Information and Cultural Exchange in Parramatta. Tom Polo came in to chat about his project Painting Live at the Art Gallery of New South Wales as part of Spectrum Now festival. We feature a snippet from the opening of the Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art with Abdul Abdullah. Curated music by Emily Parsons-Lord.
21 February 2016 | Canvas - Michael Dagostino from the Campbelltown Arts Centre and Madison Moore at Day For Night
On this show we chatted to Campbelltown Arts Centre director Michael Dagostino about the centre’s 2016 program, as well as his own art practice. We were also joined by Madison Moore who is an artist, academic and pop scholar. He talked about the politics of clubbing and more broadly the epic queer program Day For Night at Performance Space. Curated music by Eugene Choi.
14 February 2016 | Canvas - Valentines Day with Biennale of Sydney’s Artistic Director, Stephanie Rosenthall
The first show with new hosts Abdul Abdullah, Nat Randall and David Capra. The show begins with a introduction to the new team, their individual art practice and where they want to take Canvas in 2016. Stephanie Rosenthall, Artistic Director of the Biennale of Sydney, joined us on the show to talk through her approach to curating the 20th Biennale of Sydney, The Future Is Already Here It's Just Not Evenly Distributed. Curated music by Caroline Garcia (all incredible tracks, all women of colour).