Developmental lessons from the Capricornia Arts Mob : ‘learning to speak with one voice’
Fredericks, Bronwyn L., Croft Warcon, Pamela, Butler, Kaylene, & Butler, Howard (Jo) (2013) Developmental lessons from the Capricornia Arts Mob : ‘learning to speak with one voice’. In Articulate : Queensland Regional Arts and Culture Conference, 23-24 August 2013, Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia.
The Capricornia Arts Mob also known as CAM is a collective of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visual artists, sculptors, photographers, carvers and writers based in the Rockhampton Region. Its members are eclectic and include an 18 year old through to Elders. CAM has already had a major exhibition in Rockhampton and is submitting work to a range of arts festivals, events and exhibitions. While their achievements are steadily growing and they have been meeting for 18 months, they have been reluctant to incorporate or implement a formalised structure. In learning how to work together there have been tensions and struggles, there has also been the exhilaration of working collaboratively as artists from diverse Indigenous cultures who utilise different mediums. This has resulted in an incredible vibrancy in creative praxis. Members will share some of CAM’s learnings of the developmental process to date and thoughts and dreams about the future.
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