Kate Just

Program

On the hour: Unfinished Business

Join us for an afternoon rolling artist talks and performance on the hour alongside Unfinished Business, featuring exhibiting Melbourne-based artists Archie Barry, Elizabeth Gower, Kate Just, Ruth O'Leary, Sophie...
Exhibition

Unfinished Business: Perspectives on art and feminism

Continuing ACCA’s ongoing series of Big Picture exhibitions focussing on contemporary art’s relation to wider social, cultural and political contexts, Unfinished Business is a major exhibition conceived to animate critical, albeit under-represented, practices and debates within contemporary Australian art and society.
Surveying the diverse scope of feminist art practices – including painting, performance, photography and film to community […]

Podcast

Don’t tell me to smile: Blak feminism and intersectionality

This is the third symposium in ACCA's 'Unfinished Conversations' symposium series. Chaired by Wemba-Wemba and Gunditjmara artist, curator, academic and Co-Curator of Unfinished Business, Paola Balla, with guest panellists Maddee Clark, Neika Lehman, Kate Just, Nina Lykke, this panel discussion set...
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Don’t tell me to smile: Blak feminism and intersectionality

...freelance writer, curator and educator. Neika Lehman is a poet and art writer, she belongs to the Trawlwoolway peoples of North-East Tasmania Kate Just, artist, exploring feminist representations of the body through a range of media, and lecturer at the Victorian College...
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Unfinished Business: Perspectives on art and feminism

...on these questions. Artists in order of appearance: Ali Gumillya Baker, Salote Tawale, Natalie Thomas, Mary Featherston, Emily Floyd, Kate Just. Surveying the diverse scope of feminist art practices – including painting, performance, photography...
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Tai Snaith: A World of One’s Own

Artists: Atong Atem, Paola Balla, Archie Barry, Megan Cope, Agatha Gothe-Snape, Kate Just, Sanné Mestrom, Rowan Oliver, Stanislava Pinchuk, Lucreccia Quintanilla, Laura Skerlj, Esther Stewart, Meredith Turnbull...
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Online Publication Launch | Writing in the Expanded Field Vol. 3: Overlapping Writing

...with art and alongside art, instead of just about it, by way of thickening and unsettling critical and curatorial perspectives with material, poetic and playful ways of knowing. This publication follows a Public Reading event that took place at ACCA in March 2021, which...
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Artist Statement: this mob

...that having it online puts me at ease. Not that any of the content is made for our eyes only, just that it seems very personal. Kate ten Burren: I wasn’t with you all for the fire yarns, and I was trying to look for home in the places I...
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Rewind: ACCA’s alchemy: Mikala Dwyer – Hollow-ware and a few solids

...the artist and ACCA Archiveby Vikki McInnesThe moment I first walked into ACCA, I determined I wanted to stay. It was 1995; I had just moved to Melbourne to continue my studies and this was the only time since running away from law school that even a vague notion of vocation had...
Press Release

NEW12

...of Sydney’s Performance Space.It will feature major new works from his choice of Australia’s most interesting rising artists - Angelica Mesiti (NSW), Ross Manning (QLD), Katie Lee (VIC), Bennett Miller (WA), Kate Mitchell (NSW) and Charlie Sofo (VIC), and if past years...
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2. Buxton Contemporary Big Screen 2018

Fender Katsalidis Architects Buxton Big Screen, digital screen, 2018. Featuring: Kate...
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Rewind: Image Codes, Art about Fashion: The FDC and the ‘Precocious Polemics of Fashion’

...of a frustration; “I was just so sick of tracksuits… and two-tone polyester suits”. In the same documentary Buckingham summed up the organisation’s impetus: “to show those smug old bastards what can happen!” [[{“type”:”media”,”view_mode...
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Rewind: Contemporary art at home in the regions

...activity of ART#2 in Horsham, the program in Hamilton offered a collection-focused and gallery orientated platform for exchange. Here artists Kate Daw and Alex Pittendrigh both spent time with the gallery’s decorative arts collection while also researching local history...
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Public Programs, Education and Events

Rapid Fire, appearing alongside several of Melbourne’s brightest poets, writers and performance artists. The night delivered its customary potent mix of provocation, edginess and entertainment, with writers having just six minutes to win over the audience...
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Monstrous Patchwork: Paul Yore’s Textile Politics by Helen Hughes

...referring to Yore’s large-scale textile works as appliqué quilts, but they could just as equally be read as protest banners. As the artist himself writes, Textiles have long served as an important site for formalising and visualising political struggle, from the highly decorative hand-sewn...
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First Nations Curatorial Symposium

Maya Hodge (Lardil, Yangkaal); Kate ten Buuren (Taungurung); and Moorina Bonini (Yorta Yorta, Wurundjeri, Wiradjuri...
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Data Relations Summer School Schedule

Data Genesis and Speech Recognition in India Lauren Lee McCarthy, Live Data Kate Crawford...
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Data in contemporary art exhibitions by Miriam Kelly

...in an attempt to provide a more accurate description of data as an art material, beyond just ‘data’, for the benefit of future curators, artists, conservators and art historians.[24] What ‘data...
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A Conversation with Jenepher Duncan

...of the original house or just as one exhibition across the three spaces, even expanding into the garden as we did for some events (like Domenico de Clario’s summer and winter solstice events) and a few exhibitions. But the need to get out of the constraints of those spaces and expand our frame...