Little Orange: The tingly feeling of uncertainty

Pictured: Little Orange artist Imogen Jade, Little Orange Studio, 2021, Campbelltown Arts Centre. Photo: Garry Trinh

30 October – 23 December 2021
Little Orange Studio returns to Campbelltown Arts Centre in November 2021. After several months of working in isolation and connecting through online workshops, the artists are celebrating their long-awaited return to the studio with a group exhibition.   

Little Orange: The tingly feeling of uncertainty is the second group exhibition staged at Campbelltown Arts Centre by the studio artists after a significant period of isolation. This exhibition presents a suite of new works by the Little Orange artists that were made during the recent NSW lockdown. During this time, the group met regularly on Zoom to discuss their at-home practice and creative developments along the way.  

The title of the exhibition references a line within a collaborative poem led by Little Orange artist, Richard Bell. The poem was shared with the Little Orange artists, in which each artist contributed their own lines. 

Little Orange is a Campbelltown Arts Centre working studio for artists who identify as a person with disability, d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing and/or Disabled Creatives. The studio has been running since 2014 and fosters artistic practice through the provision of materials, mentorships, business training and access to industry professionals. 

Participating Artists
Adam Jones 
Jezzy Fezzy 
Joel Beers 
Imogen Jade 
Brendalee Coan 
Jessica Pound 
Renee Allara 
Richard J Bell 
Blake Thomas 
Xeni Kusumitra 
Peter Gregson 

Little Orange is facilitated by David Capra and Julie Finch.