The Artist Speaks | Series of Talks at the Art Gallery of NSW | Get your Ticket NOW!

13 March 2019

The AGNSW will launch a fascinating new series of talks on Saturday 17 March that will offer first-hand insight into the creative practices of past winners and finalists of the prestigious Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes. Six artists over five weeks will share their unique experiences and discuss how being selected has influenced their artistic journey and future directions. Jane Hutcheon, TV presenter and foreign correspondent and Claudia Chan Shaw, designer, author and presenter will facilitate these insightful conversations revealing just what inspires these artists to create such extraordinary works of art.

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Jonathan Dalton and James Drinkwater in conversation with Jane Hutcheon

Sunday 17 March, 11am
Jonathan Dalton was a finalist in the 2017 and 2018 Archibald Prize and the subject of his portrait in the 2017 competition was friend and fellow artist James Drinkwater and his partner and fellow artist Lottie Consalvo. James Drinkwater has been a finalist in the Wynne Prize in 2014, 2015, 2017 and 2018 and the Sulman Prize in 2016. Jonathan and James will discuss with Jane how their paths have intertwined and what the future holds for these exciting young artists.

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Future The Artist Speaks talks will feature:

  • Nicholas Harding (Sunday 24 March)
  • Paul Newton (Sunday 7 April)
  • Wendy Sharpe (Sunday 14 April)
  • Del Kathryn Barton (Sunday 5 May)

 

 

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