• Opening of Raquel Ormella’s graphic novel 'Joan Kerr and the Mysterious Vanessa’

    25 June 2016

  • Opening of Raquel Ormella’s graphic novel 'Joan Kerr and the Mysterious Vanessa’

    25 June 2016

  • Opening of Raquel Ormella’s graphic novel 'Joan Kerr and the Mysterious Vanessa’

    25 June 2016

May Day, May Day: Rethinking Art & Politics, Tom Carment and Pat Geraghty — 6 May 2006

Cross Conversation on ‘May Day, May Day: Rethinking Art & Politics’ with speaker Ann Stephen, curator and author of On looking at looking: The art and politics of Ian Burn (Miegunyah Press, 2006); Neil Towart curator Trades Hall Collection, Unions NSW; Craig Judd, curator Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. Saturday 27 May.

Thanks to: The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA), Unions NSW Trades Hall Collection, Neil Towart for the Kylie Tennant reference, COFA Art Shop.

This is the third and final show in The Cross Part Projects series on Art & Politics. It was preceded by ‘Tunnel Vision, Stupidity & Greed: Artists, cartoonists and planners review concrete politics in Sydney’ and ‘ArtLanguage. Every Publishable Place’, curated by Ruark Lewis.

May Day Watercolour Studio, a bannerette workshop directed by Barbara Campbell at The Cross Art Projects on Saturday 6 May preliminary to May Day 2006 on Sunday 7 May in Hyde Park. Guest speaker is Sharan Burrow, ACTU President.

Barbara Campbell: 1001 nights cast at http://1001.net.au/