The Mid Century Project Newcastle, Watt Space Gallery, Saturday 20 October
Following a sell out season as part of Melbourne Design Week and the London Festival of Architecture, Tim Ross and Kit Warhurst invite you to join them for The Mid Century Project Newcastle. For the past five years they have been skillfully blending storytelling, music and design in a mold breaking format and are thrilled to perform at this recently renovated gallery.
Tickets include mid century inspired film installations and the latest version of Tim Ross’s hit show Man About the House performed with musician Kit Warhurst.
“Must see show of the Festival” New York Times
“Had us in stitches” Sunday Times UK
“Hilarious” The Age
With a limited season and capacity, tickets will sell out, book now to avoid missing out.
A part of an elective course over the past 3 years, groups of twelve Architecture students have been embedded within the Alice Springs practice of Tangentyere Design. The students participate in the design of live projects within the Town Camp’s camps of Alice Springs, meeting residents, and being part of the landscape for a couple of weeks. Much of this work has subsequently received funding, and some constructed, but our contribution is a modest effort to restore a measure of social equity and cultural agency within places Australia appears to have largely forgotten. This exhibition is an overview of some of the work undertaken, and some of the experiences that have been collected along the way.