presents: “So, What Did You Think?”: Asshole Opinions and Critical Criticism.
Saturday 3 June 3:00pm
at Neon Parc, 15 Tinning Street Brunswick
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ANTHONY CAREW is a Melbourne-based writer, critic, broadcaster, DJ, and music consultant. Since 2000, he has hosted the weekly radio show The International Pop Underground on RRR FM. He’s DJ’d events from album launches to museum exhibitions, house parties to weddings. And, in recent years, covertly curated countless playlists for a top-secret online streaming service. As well as writing the scathing movie-review column Film Carew, he is a regular contributor to The Music, The Age, The Big Issue, Metro, and Screen Education, typing about music and cinema without fear or favour. He has hosted Q&As at MIFF, spoken at the Emerging Writers Festival, and presented a paper at Monash University’s World Cinema Now conference. He’s also written four catalogue essays for the artist Darren Sylvester.
WRITING & CONCEPTS
Public Lecture Series – Season 3
Produced by Jan van Schaik
6:00pm Thursdays or 3:00pm Saturdays
April 27 > August, 2017
@ RMIT Design Hub, Bus Projects, Neon Parc, Monash University Museum of Art, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Federation University Arts Academy Ballarat
WRITING & CONCEPTS is a free public lecture series designed to explore the potential of writing as both a process and an outcome.
The lectures will alternate between practitioners for whom the written form is their primary professional output and practitioners whose work manifests as exhibitions or events within the domain of contemporary art.