3D Me! Unpacking the World of Sculpture
The 3D Me! Project brings sculpture experts and workshops into the Stonnington community to explore meanings behind sculpture, how sculptures are made, and to speculate what the future of sculpture will hold.
Online: Sunday Sculpture Talk with Lisa Byrne
NEW DATE: Sunday 18 July, 2pm to 4pm
Due to Covid-19 restrictions this event has moved to Zoom.
Lisa Byrne, director of the McClelland Gallery and Sculpture Park, has an impressive and varied career in the arts sector as a director/ curator in Victoria, New South Wales and the ACT across local, state and national arts organisations. She has held significant curatorial roles in both research and practice at Monash and RMIT Universities and leadership roles in several contemporary arts organisations in Australia, such as the Australian Centre for Photography and Canberra Contemporary Art Space. Lisa was closely involved in the development of the arts and culture programme for Realm, a library learning and cultural centre in the newly redeveloped Ringwood Town Square. As Curator for the Maroondah City Council she was responsible for its art collection where she successfully negotiated several major cultural gift donations by leading Australian artists.
Access the event here from 2pm on Sunday 18 July:
Meeting ID: 861 0607 3215
Register your interest on Eventbrite.
Past 3D Me! Events
Tuesday 29 June, 2pm to 4pm
DFAB LAB TOUR AT MONASH UNIVERSITY WITH ALEX LYNE
Alex Lyne, resources and technical support coordinator at Monash University Art Design & Architecture (MADA) will lead the tour of this impressive laboratory, which hosts technical workshops and facilities for students and academics that blend traditional methods with emerging technology.
The 3D Me! program is generously supported by City of Stonnington.
SUNDAY 18 APRIL 2021, 2-4PM:
SUNDAY SCULPTURE TALK WITH DR. EVAN TINDAL
Sunday Sculpture Talk with Dr. Evan Tindal, Principal Objects Conservator, The Grimwade Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation, The University of Melbourne. Evan has worked extensively with archaeological materials, on conservation projects in both the United States and Australia. Evan was formally manager of the conservation lab for the Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research. His additional interests include the treatment of metals, functional objects and large, immovable heritage - with an emphasis on integrating multidisciplinary approaches.