The Cad Factory is an artist led organisation creating an international program of new, immersive and experimental work guided by authentic exchange, ethical principles, people and place.
The Cad Factory is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW and by the Sidney Myer Fund, Nelson Meers Foundation and W & A Johnson Family Foundation
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Life on the sandhills
More than 50 families lived on the Sandhills on the outskirts of Narrandera between 1912-1970s. Artists from some of these families have created artworks which aim to capture some of this important Narrandera history. These artworks have been gifted to the Narrandera Shire Library and will be permanently displayed for the community.
Join us for the Launch - Wednesday 9 December 2020, 10:30am Narrandera Shire Library
Over 2020, Coleambally artist and Cad Factory intern Kerri Weymouth has worked with a number of artists to imagine and bring to life the ancient Wiradjuri story of the dangerous bunyip who lurks in various locations along the Murrumbidgee River.
These bunyips will be on display and available for purchase from the Wagga Wagga Art Gallery shop until 31 December 2020.
Inclusive fashion sale
In partnership with Aestheletic and Boundless Possibilities, until 31 December, you can buy inclusive fashion apparel to support learning disabled artists from Narrandera and Manila.
Michael Balfour, Margot Politis, Claire Hooker and Vic McEwan will be presenting a workshop designed to provoke thinking about performance, social relationships and imperatives of care at the Acts of Gathering ADSA Conference, UNSW Sydney 1–4 December 2020
Performing Care Workshop - Friday 4 December, 11am
Tension[s] 2020 OPENS
The fourth Tamworth Textiles Triennial is currently open at Mosman Art Gallery until 6 December. Open everyday from 10am – 4pm.
VIC MCEWAN AT PHOTOACCESS
Watch documentation of this roaming installation at the Narrandera Traveling Stock Reserve.