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This past Sunday on the Nine Network a Regional Arts Commission Exhibition called “Screwed Cube” was featured on Sunday Arts. It features 11 artists, called the Screwed Arts Collective, who created intricate worlds of graffiti and collages of found objects. The public actually gets to be invited and witness the artwork that is being created in the gallery.
Also featured was Motion House, an international dance company that uses some very unusual props into their shows. This includes bulldozers, skate ramps and ships that are actually in motion while the dancers perform!
You will also meet an American Indian painter, Walt Pourier, who brings his culture into his art and Terry Ritter, a former Las Vegas showgirl, who has become an incredible painter and sculptress.
I didn’t get to watch it on Sunday, but thankfully The Nine Network has recordings of their Sunday Arts program online! So you can watch this segment by visiting the Sunday Arts Archive. It is definitely worth it, even if just to see Screwed Cube and Motion House, both of which are so unique and incredibly fascinating.