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Old Cobargo Doco: Making a Mark - Apr 21st



Sunday, April 21st will be the next monthly community documentary screening in the Old Cobargo Butter Factory at 3.30pm

MAKING A MARK - Inspiration and aspiration on the cutting edge of the visual arts. by Richard Jasek and Anna Vincent


VIDEO: Making a Mark trailer: A chronicle of creative trailblazing - exploring one of the most personally challenging and financially tenuous of vocations, to live and work in the competitive world of the visual arts in Australia. A superb film about inspiration, aspiration and the hard facts of life

Filmed during the inaugural year of the Ramsay Art Prize, Making a Mark is a chronicle of creative trailblazing, as a selection of finalists, all aged under 40, vie for this important $100,000 prize. In a story that spans the globe from Europe to outback Australia, the film explores one of the most personally challenging and financially tenuous of vocations, and asks what it takes to live and work in the competitive world of the visual arts. The film emerges as a fascinating and emotionally intense composite story detailing multiple experiences of personal sacrifice, personal aspiration and inspiration. Win or lose, all of the artists are making their own distinctive mark as they proceed step by step along a life-long road of creative commitment. Featuring: Alexie Glass-Kantor, Baden Pailthorpe, Celeste Chandler, Dr Gaye Sculthorpe, James Tylor, Jason Phu, Justine Varga, Khadim Ali, Leigh Robb, Natalya Hughes, Nell, Nick Mitzevich, Owen Leong, Peter Johnson, Ralph Hobbs, Rebecca Selleck, Rhana Devenport, Sarah Contos, Tony Albert, Tracey Moffatt, Ursula Sullivan and Vincent Namatjira

====================================================== Coffee and tea provided - Bring your own mug ;-) To cover the costs a $5 donation is much appreciated. Please come in big numbers to keep more documentary screenings possible!

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