The artists involved are responding to the dire need for radical change amongst the frightening reality of our contemporary world. The featured artists for this opening are Maya Britbart, Meezaan Muzaffer, Brendan Pinches, Jordan Sibley, Jeanette Chan, Ramsay Mahony, Charanja Thavendran and Natasha Salkin.
Come along to meet your fellow Mudfest-goers, enjoy the art, and grab a drink and bite to eat!
Mudfest is the largest student-run arts festival in the southern hemisphere, taking place at the University of Melbourne 21-28 August. Full program: mudfestarts.com/program
This event is happening on level two of Union House in George Paton Gallery and the adjacent Mary Cooke A and B rooms. All Mudfest venues are wheelchair accessible, and service and assistance animals are welcome. To get in touch about accessibility for this event or for Mudfest in general, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mudfest team acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Owners of the land on which we work, learn and celebrate. We pay our respect to their elders past and present, and future. This was and always will be Aboriginal land and sovereignty was never ceded.
Image: The words “Mudfest: regeneration. Wednesday August 21, 5-7pm. GPG Opening, GPG & Mary Cooke A & B Level Two, Union House.” Pink, peach and magenta leaves border the top corners of the frame.