Art Club at ACCA

Enrolments are now open for ACCA’s new Art Club for 2016. Designed for people with a passion for contemporary art, this regular meeting group will take ACCA’s exhibitions as a starting point to share ideas, explore the wide-ranging subjects that inspire artists, and tackle some history and theory.

Art Workshop previously on at ACCA - Australian Centre for Contemporary Art in Victoria, Australia.
From Thursday 18 February 2016 to Thursday 24 November 2016

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The group will meet ten times per year with ACCA’s Alison Lasek and special guest artists and curators who will make these encounters relevant, informative and entertaining. Art Club is perfect for anyone who wants to get behind the scenes of ACCA’s exhibitions and explore related galleries and collections in Melbourne.

Art Club will meet one Thursday night during each of ACCA’s exhibition seasons and includes five offsite excursions.
6-8pm:

Thursday 18 February – ACCA
Thursday 10 March – ACCA
Thursday 28 April – offsite
Thursday 19 May – offsite
Thursday 16 June – ACCA
Thursday 28 July – offsite
Thursday 1 September – ACCA
Thursday 22 September – offsite
Thursday 27 October – ACCA
Thursday 24 November – offsite

Wine and reading list provided.

Series membership – $750

Meet your host:
Alison Lasek is ACCA’s Public Programs Coordinator and a contemporary art fan who loves talking about the exhibitions she has seen over a glass of wine. Alison has a knack for programming insightful guest speakers and will offer behind the scenes insights from working closely with the ACCA exhibitions team. She is an emerging writer who has contributed to a wide range of arts publications including Art and Australia, Runway Australian Experimental Art Journal, Vault Magazine. She was co-founder and editor for the Melbourne based contemporary art blog Not Quite Critics and was a participant in the 2012 Gertrude Contemporary and Art & Australia Emerging Writers Program. Alison is currently on the Board of Victorian artist run initiative, Bus Projects.