Steven Rhall

Exhibition

The City Speaks

The City Speaks brings art into the laneways, parks and public spaces of Melbourne’s city streets. Through performance, installation and spoken word, participating artists and writers evoke encounter, curiosity and provocation – probing a wide, and at times unsuspecting, audience to rethink the definition of art and consider how it might reflect, enrich, and even […]

Exhibition

Sovereignty

The exhibition Sovereignty focuses upon contemporary art of First Nations peoples of South East Australia, and keynote historical works, to explore culturally and linguistically diverse narratives of self-determination, identity, sovereignty and resistance.

Program

Sovereignty Artists’ Talks

Join artists Steven Rhall and Yhonnie Scarce as they discuss their work included included in ACCA's current exhibition Sovereignty. FREE, everyone welcome.
 Bookings recommended.
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Steven Rhall: ABORIGINAL LAND (SSID)

Steven RhallABORIGINAL LAND: SSID 2021participatory performanceduration variableCourtesy the artist and MARS Gallery, Melbourne...
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Lesson Plans and Art-making Resources

Steven Rhall: Culture History Place (PDF, 6p) Kirsty Budge: Intuitive Composition (PDF, 6p...
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THE SIGN: Marnie Edmiston, Jordan Marani, Steven Rhall, Alex Selenitsch and Hossein Valamanesh

Five artists – Marnie Edmiston, Jordan Marani, Steven Rhall, Alex Selenitsch and Hossein Valamanesh – have been commissioned to make A0 rock posters for distribution across the Melbourne CBD, relating to the idea of the metropolis, urban conditions or community living – either in Melbourne...
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Who’s Afraid of Public Space? –Think Tank #4: Movement of people & safety in public

...of Design and founding director of Monash University XYX Lab; and Steven Rhall, artist, curator and PhD candidate at Monash University. This Think Tank is fifth in the series presented by ACCA and produced as part of ‘Who’s Afraid of Public Space...
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Sovereignty Professional Development Program for Teachers

...as cultures and histories of Aboriginal peoples in South East Australia, repatriation and his work at the Koorie Heritage Trust. After lunch Sovereignty artist Steven Rhall will conduct a practice-led workshop in the afternoon, supported by primary and secondary classroom ideas and resources...
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Steven Rhall artist interview: Who’s Afraid of Public Space?

Exhibition

Who’s Afraid of Public Space?

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Who’s Afraid of Public Space? is a multifaceted project of exhibitions and programs exploring the role of public culture, the contested nature of public space, and the character and composition of public life. The exhibition continues ACCA’s Big Picture series, which explores contemporary art’s relation to wider social, cultural […]

Press Release

Sovereignty

Paton, Rekko Rennie, Steven Rhall, among others Key historical works including: William Barak’s painting of Ceremony c.1880-90, and a carved parrying shield and club from 1897 Rarely seen super 8 films from Bill Onus’ home movie collection, c.1964. The films capture everyday life...
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Who’s Afraid of Public Space?

Menta, Kent Morris, Callum Morton, Jacqui Munoz, Jenny Ngo, James Nguyen and Victoria Pham, Tom Nicholson, Rose Nolan, Georgia Nowak, Open Spatial Workshop (Terri Bird, Bianca Hester, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Scott Mitchell), Oscar Perry and Esther Stewart, Kerrie Poliness, Reko Rennie, Steven Rhall...
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Project Space: The Hoarding

Kaisila, Laresa Kosloff, Eugenia Lim, Kent Morris, Callum Morton, Georgia Nowak, Kerrie Poliness, Steven Rhall, Roberta Joy Rich, Joseph Samarani, Morwenna Schenck, Damian Seddon, The Social Studio, Hoang Tran Nguyen, Christos Tsiolkas, David Wadelton, Gene Bawden and Monash University, XYX Lab...
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Education Space: Creating Art in Public

Meadmore, Kent Morris, James Nguyen and Victoria Pham, Tom Nicholson, Rose Nolan, Open Spatial Workshop (Terri Bird, Bianca Hester, Natasha Johns-Messenger, Scott Mitchell) Reko Rennie, and Steven Rhall...
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Lukautim Solwara (look out for the ocean)

Smoke rises. Song welcomes. Bodies are adorned. Enter a space carrying culture, ceremony and regalia of our longest living cultures.
Next Wave brings together acclaimed Samoan/Aotearoa (New Zealand) artist Rosanna Raymond with Maori, Pasifika and Aboriginal collaborators in Lukautim Solwara (look out for the ocean), a one-night-only event of performance, art and adornment.
Immerse yourself in the […]

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Announcing ACCA’s Summer Season – Who’s Afraid of Public Space?

Kerrie Poliness, Reko Rennie, Steven Rhall, Roberta J Rich, Anthony Romangano, Morwenna Schenck, Sibling Architects, Mikaela Stafford, Hoang Tran Nguyen, Christos Tsiolkas, David Wadelton, XYX Lab...
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First Nations Curatorial Symposium

Isobel Morphy-Walsh (Taungurung); Steven Rhall (Taungurung); and Lisa Waup (Gunditjmara) Between Waves Artists: Maree Clarke (Yorta Yorta, Boon Wurrung, Mutti Mutti, Wamba Wamba); Dean Cross (Worimi...
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Who’s Afraid of Public Space?

Reko Rennie Steven Rhall...