Incarceration Nation is a documentary project exploring the systemic injustice and oppression of First Nations people that has created an Internationally recognized human rights catastrophe. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are amongst the most incarcerated people in the world: 3% of the population and 27% of prisoners. This documentary highlights the cost of our current system, both economically and socially, forensically examining our Nation's law enforcement, judicial and prison systems.
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THE ARTS LAW CENTRE: ARTISTS IN THE BLACK
The Arts Law Centre is Australia's independent, non-government national community legal centre for the arts. It provides free or low cost specialised legal advice, education and resources to Australian artists and arts organisations across all art forms, on a wide range of arts related legal and business matters. It is widely recognised as the trusted source of advice for artists and creative communities and as the preeminent authority on artists' rights and arts law in Australia. It's aim is to empower artists and creative communities through the law.
MUSICA VIVA: THE CAGE PROJECT
More than 70 years after its composition, Australian percussionist, composer and sound artist Matthias Schack-Arnott collaborates with Paul Kildea (Musica Viva) and acclaimed pianist Cédric Tiberghien to reimagine John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes. Cages magnum opus is augmented with a large-scale kinetic mobile of percussion instruments that floats above acclaimed French pianist Cédric Thibergien in a quasi-solar system of rotating sound that rings and chimes in synchronicity. A spectacular immersive combination of concert and visual art presentation with Cédric’s exquisite playing at its heart.