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A podcast for people curious about art and the lives of artists, a conversation series produced by Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery.
MPRG is the region's premier public art gallery, supported by Mornington Peninsula Shire and other partners.
Our 2018 podcast program is supported by the Gordon Darling Foundation.

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    • Arts

A podcast for people curious about art and the lives of artists, a conversation series produced by Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery.
MPRG is the region's premier public art gallery, supported by Mornington Peninsula Shire and other partners.
Our 2018 podcast program is supported by the Gordon Darling Foundation.

    Sophie Perez - The landscape in-between

    Sophie Perez - The landscape in-between

    Curator Danny Lacy talks to Mornington Peninsula based artist Sophie Perez about studying at the Royal College of Art in London, her inspirations and her love of colour. Sophie shares how she captures the essence of the Mornington Peninsula landscape in paint and discusses her new studio, her 9 x 10 inch commission paintings and how she promotes herself on social media.

    • 11 min
    Patrick Pound - A Collection of Stranger Things

    Patrick Pound - A Collection of Stranger Things

    Artist and avid collector Patrick Pound talks about his MPRG exhibition 'A Collection of Stranger Things'. Pound delved into the MPRG Collection and drew out works that he recontexualised alongside his own collections of found photographs and objects. Patrick Pound is well known for his collections-based artworks, where he collects thousands of photographs that he themes together as museums. Discover more about his collection methodology and how the collection has become the medium.
    A conversation with MPRG curator Danny Lacy, 2020.
    Introduction by Nathan Schroeder, Music courtesy of The Basics

    • 14 min
    Christine Lloyd, Michael Favaloro and Merryn Lloyd - three generations of artists

    Christine Lloyd, Michael Favaloro and Merryn Lloyd - three generations of artists

    Three generations of artists from the same family - Christine Lloyd, Michael Favaloro and Merryn Lloyd - talk to curator Danny Lacy about their work in a recent exhibition at MPRG. In the Valley was an exhibition that highlighted the beauty and fragility of our natural environment and was presented as part of CLIMARTE’s ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019 festival. Discover how three generations from one family presented different perspectives of the same Mornington Peninsula location.
    A conversation with MPRG curator Danny Lacy.
    Introduction by Nathan Schroeder, Music courtesy of The Basics

    • 17 min
    Juan Ford - timeless painting

    Juan Ford - timeless painting

    Juan Ford examines the human figure and its relationship to the environment. He has consistently been engaged with opening up new possibilities for realism in painting. Find out more about how exhibiting in artist-run spaces helped develop his practice. He also talks about his artistic process and still life constructions and why his work is often a multifaceted, but sometimes contradictory affair.
    A conversation with MPRG curator Danny Lacy.
    Our 2018 podcast program is supported by the Gordon Darling Foundation.
    Introduction by Nathan Schroeder, Music courtesy of The Basics

    • 11 min
    Best advice for artists from 14 Australian artists

    Best advice for artists from 14 Australian artists

    A special episode of practical and inspirational advice for artists by artists featured in MPRG's 2018 exhibition program and podcast series.

    We asked artists what they wish they knew when they were just starting out. Hear advice from 14 Australian artists, including Raafat Ishak, Jon Campbell, Andrew Hazewinkel, Kylie Stillman, James Tylor, Laura Wills, Rosie Weiss, Katherine Hattam, Danica Chappell, Catherine Truman, Natasha Bieniek, Vipoo Srivilasa, Chris Bond and Christian Capurro.

    Top tips:
    Be incredibly patient and don’t compromise.
    Raafat Ishak

    Be prepared to work hard … and stay with it.
    Jon Campbell

    If you make things that take a long time to make, make things simultaneously that are really quick. If you’re making things that are really big in scale, make things simultaneously that are of a really intimate scale. Always work across the full spectrum of what you are doing …
    Andrew Hazewinkel

    Find work that you enjoy to support your practice … because if your practice is purely non-financial you have so much more freedom in what you make.
    Kylie Stillman

    You’re an artist for a lifetime. It doesn’t all have to happen straight away.
    Rosie Weiss

    Listen to your heart, not always your head.
    Catherine Truman

    Say yes to opportunities when they present themselves, even if that scares you.
    Natasha Bieniek

    Keep making good work.
    Vipoo Srivilasa

    Avoid fads.
    Chris Bond

    Be incredibly dogged and find people who care about what you do.
    Christian Cappuro

    Our 2018 podcast program is supported by the Gordon Darling Foundation.
    Introduction by Nathan Schroeder, Music courtesy of The Basics

    • 16 min
    Christian Capurro - making and unmaking

    Christian Capurro - making and unmaking

    Christian Capurro's 'Another Misspent Portrait of Etienne de Silhouette' is a September 1986 issue of Vogue Hommes magazine that has been carefully erased by over 260 people. The participants inscribed the time taken to erase the page with its monetary value according to their current income. Discover how Capurro is interested in the idea of how erasure is manifested and how image making is simultaneously a making and unmaking process.
    A conversation with MPRG curator Danny Lacy.
    Our 2018 podcast program is supported by the Gordon Darling Foundation.
    Introduction by Nathan Schroeder, Music courtesy of The Basics

    • 25 min

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