Tertiary Talks: Little Orange Goes Big

Photo: Nicholas Smith. Image Description: Artist Renee Allara is seated in a gallery she is wearing a navy blue long sleeved shirt with her hair in two buns. There is a sign next to her that reads 'Sundown Sessions', and a colourful abstract painting hung on the wall behind her.

Thursday 8 September 2022, 10am – 12pm

Tertiary students and early career artists are invited to join gallery floor talks with artists Jessica Pound and Blake Thomas, followed by a Q&A and exhibition tour with co-curator and Little Orange Studio coordinator, David Capra.

The morning talks offer behind the scenes insight into C-A-C’s current exhibition, Little Orange Goes Big, speaking with exhibiting artists and co-curator to learn about new works, reflect on Little Orange studio practices, and unpack the nature of inclusive studio spaces.

C-A-C’s bi-monthly floor talks are open to all, with our September event aimed at early career artists and arts workers,and undergraduate students in the creative industries, fine arts, design, curatorial, arts administration and community arts or art therapy fields. 

This is an Auslan interpreted event.

About Little Orange
Little Orange is a working studio at Campbelltown Arts Centre for artists who identify as a person with disability, d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing and/or Disabled Creatives. Since 2014 the studio has fostered artistic practice through the provision of materials, mentorships, business training and access to industry professionals. Working across a broad range of mediums including drawing, painting, ceramics, sculpture and performance, the studio provides the artists with a platform to develop and launch their careers. 

This is a free event, however bookings are essential.

Bookings & enquiries
Edwina Hill
Education Officer 
[email protected] 
0419 213 872