Linger, longer

"Progress Party", 2004, Dario Vacirca

Linger, longer is an investigative and experiential temporary public arts project re-examining our place in space which needs your involvement.

Expect installations, expect theatre, expect the unexpected.

Come and be part of the experience! Be an audience, be a participant, document your own experiences and also answer some questions for us either here online or on the day at three separate locations.

Please go to the Linger, longer questions section to see our questions for you.

Go to the When and Where can I go? section to find more details of times and dates.

The Linger, longer artists will also

Linger, longer is an investigative and experiential temporary public arts project re-examining our place in space which needs your involvement.

Expect installations, expect theatre, expect the unexpected.

Come and be part of the experience! Be an audience, be a participant, document your own experiences and also answer some questions for us either here online or on the day at three separate locations.

Please go to the Linger, longer questions section to see our questions for you.

Go to the When and Where can I go? section to find more details of times and dates.

The Linger, longer artists will also respond to these questions, the answers given to us before and on the day, the places, the “traffic’ and conditions on the day.

Visual arts, dance, theatre and creative engagement will take us on a shared journey of exploring our common spaces. And every day will be different!

Come and be part of the experience and document your and others experiences using our Instagram account #lingerlongerinunley. Take a photo and contribute to our community art gallery!

Please come along to:

Glen Osmond Road (cnr of Young St and Kenilworth Road)

Unley Road ( cnr of Unley Rd and Oxford Terrace)

Goodwood Road (in and around Goodwood Primary School and Rosa Street)

Linger, longer is an artistic collaboration between the City of Unley and Dario Vacirca and artists,Emma Beech, Erin Fowler, Josephine Were, Maya Sollier and El Pablo from Open Space.

Following our live community engagement, we will be creating a touring exhibition graphically re-presenting images from the project in an artistic and flexible format. Panels will be placed in various public locations for short periods of time to encourage further debate of what makes a place a space.

Linger, longer is part of the first year of exciting and innovative public arts projects linked to the new Involve Unley – Public Arts Strategy http://www.unley.sa.gov.au/page.aspx?u=2139&reqUrl=artsstrategy

The purpose of the first year is to test and experiment with temporary public arts to educate, inform, facilitate and collaborate in a new way of engaging with our community through the expression of the arts. Diverse art forms will be used to bring our public realm alive.

Also watch out for Found, out to complement Linger, longer.

For more information on this project please contact Matthew Ives Cultural Development Coordinator mives@unley.sa.gov.au


Image:

"Progress Party", 2004, Dario Vacirca


If you have come to any of our Linger, longer arts interventions we would love to hear what you thought about them, what was your experience and what it meant to you.

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