Art Day South artists, Untitled, 2011
Art Day South artists, Untitled, 2011; Production still
[in development]; courtesy Art Day South
Nebula is a revolution in inclusive design. It is Australia's first portable arts space created specifically for artists with a disability; a studio that adapts to both the art and the artists.

In conjunction with the William Kentridge: Five Themes exhibition, Nebula will be located alongside ACMI, providing an accessible space for artists with a disability to create work, conduct workshops, mount exhibitions and invite public engagement.

The studio will feature animated works created by Nebula artists and inspired by the prolific art of William Kentridge.

We invite you to visit this revolutionary art space: to view the exhibition, watch the artists as they work during Artists in Residence sessions led by Artistic Director, Rhian Hinkley, or attend an extraordinary talk with Nebula designers Andrew Maynard Architects.

Monday 5 March - Saturday 10 March 2012
pening times vary. Closed Wed 7 March.

General Gallery Access
Monday 5 March, 10am - 4pm
Saturday 10 March, 10am - 12pm
Free Admission > Drop in

Artists In Residence

Tuesday 6 March, 1pm - 4pm
Thursday 8 March, 1.30pm - 4pm
Friday 9 March, 1pm - 4pm
Free Admission > Drop in

Public Talk with Nebula designers Andrew Maynard Architects

Monday 5 March 4pm - 5pm
Free Admission > Tickets available on the day from ACMI Tickets & Information Desk.

Nebula is a project of Arts Access Victoria's Art Day South artists, created with the support of The William Buckland Foundation and Bendigo Bank. Arts Access Victoria acknowledges the support of Arts Victoria, Australia Council for the Arts and Department of Human Services.

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