Creative Histories: Using Wonder to Disrupt and Heal the Past

This panel brings together three creative practitioners who each experiment with historical questions and contexts in distinctive ways. This panel hopes to not only stimulate your curiosity but also ignite your creativity by reflecting on the ethics and methods of using both intellectual and imaginative techniques to touch hearts as well as minds!

Panelists: Local visual artist Christobel Kelly, whose exhibition Dark Things in Dark Places: The wreck of the Star of Greece is currently on display at the SA Maritime Museum, multi-disciplinary contemporary visual artist Troy-Anthony Baylis, Professor Craig Batty Executive Dean of UniSA Creative. Chaired by HTSA History Advocate Dr Kiera Lindsey.


Date & time
Thu 11 May: 5.30pm

2 hours

Per person: $25
Concession: $20

Bookings required via link

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