Artlands 2021: Cultural Heritage – Regional Identity and Collective Memory

Hak Kim, Portrait of Nov Oeub,

Artlands, Australia’s largest regional arts gathering for over two decades, showcases artists and highlights the creative and cultural sector across regional, rural and remote Australia. As Artlands 2021 focuses on ‘The Space Between’ exploring the contextual link between people, place and practice, we are hosting a hybrid panel on Cultural Heritage – Regional Identity and Collective Memory.

The panel invites speakers Mikaela Jade (Cabrogal woman, Founder and CEO of Indigital), long-term collaborators Kim Hak (Cambodian photography artist) and Pip Kelly (Australian film maker, curator and Asialink alumni). The session will share insights on cultural heritage, notions of identity and collective memory as important to narratives of a region and community, moderated by Dr Pippa Dickson (Director of Asialink Arts).

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