Digital Odyssey wraps up in Gerringong

After a fantastic month, Digital Odyssey is set to wrap up in Gerringong this weekend. The residency has been an extremely busy but highly rewarding one. In addition to working closely with the Boolarng Nangamai Aboriginal Arts & Culture Studio for four weeks, Craig held 3 day intensive masterclass last week with students from the Wollongong University at Bundanon Trust’s Bundanon property, and also presented an evening projection night at their Riversdale site.

The outcomes from the creative collaboration with the Boolarng Nangamai Studio artists have been amazing. Check above for more images from the series of projection evenings. I have also posted the powerful documentation of the video of Julie Freeman sharing the story of Kiama, projected onto a rock face just on the edge of the ocean at North Bombo headland.

Our absolute sincere thanks go out to our Kelli Ryan from our presentation partner Boolarng Nangamai Aboriginal Arts & Culture Studio for all of her hard work assisting with the Digital Odyssey workshops in Gerringong, and to all of the amazing artists for sharing their creativity and insights with Craig over the last few weeks.

Thank you also to the wonderful Bundanon Trust for hosting the Craig Walsh masterclass, and for staging the successful Reflections at Dusk evening on Saturday.

Thanks also go out to the lovely Shoalhaven City Arts Centre for hosting the Craig Walsh Teachers Evening.

Together the region has been so incredibly supportive, and the feedback from everyone we have worked with – artists and audiences – has been incredibly positive. After a quick site visit to Hobart, Craig and family travel next to Ballarat, so keep tuned for updates on the residency there which commences on the 7th of December.

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