The SALA Podcast aims to engage South Australian visual artists and arts industry professionals in interviews about their arts practice and creative lives, and in discussion about topics relevant to the arts. The SALA Podcast is available wherever you get your podcasts.
See below for show notes and links to the latest episodes.
Episode 1: Artist Interview with Yusuf Ali Hayat
Episode 2: Artist Interview with Cassie Thring
Music: ‘Pinky’ by Blue Dot Sessions via freemusicarchive.org
Episode 3: Textiles and Craftivism with Britt Burton & Sera Waters
Episode 4: DIY Audio Tour
This episode actually doubles up as a do-it-yourself Audio Tour! You can follow along in real life with your headphones in, or simply enjoy tuning in like you would any other episode. Hear from Jacinta Koolmatrie as we roam the CBD and recontextualise some of Adelaide’s sculptures and monuments, visit Troy-Anthony Baylis’ Nomenclatures at the Art Gallery of South Australia and finish up at Nexus Arts with Makeda Duong’s exhibition Mixed Race Female. Each stop falls within Adelaide’s free tram zone and you can press pause as you move between them.
- Statues erase more history than they tell – Jacinta Koolmatrie
- White Australia Policy
- Art Gallery of South Australia
- Troy-Anthony Baylis: Nomenclatures at Art Gallery of South Australia
- Troy-Anthony Baylis (AGSA video)
- The National 2019
- Nomenclatures Act 1917
- Guildhouse fellowship (supported by the James & Diana Ramsay Foundation)
- The Castle (1997 film)
- David McDiarmid, When I want your opinion, I’ll give it to you, 1994
- Catalogue Essay by Daniel Mudie Cunningham
- Meet Your Maker: Troy-Anthony Baylis (Adelaide Review)
- Troy-Anthony Baylis – Instagram
- Nexus Arts
- Mixed Race Female at Nexus Arts
- Makeda Duong’s Mixed Race Sweater: I was born wearing one, and I can never take it off’ (Adelaide Review)
- Makeda Duong and the warp and weft of identity (CityMag)
- Makeda Duong – website
Episode 5: Juanella McKenzie
In this episode, Kate interviews Port Augusta artist, Adnyamathanha and Luritja woman, Juanella McKenzie.
Juanella is the recipient of the Country Arts SA Breaking Ground Award, and speaks to her next steps in developing this work.