APT8 Kids

With the generous support of the Tim Fairfax Family Foundation, the Children’s Art Centre through APT8 Kids introduces children to ideas, stories, places and histories from across Australia, Asia and the Pacific. APT8 Kids presents 12 artist projects and a publication, featuring artists from Australia, Aotearoa New Zealand, Georgia, Mongolia, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, South Korea,…

Savage K’lub activates APT8 Live

Rosanna Raymond’s SaVAge K’lub project is actiVAted again this Sunday 20 March from 2.30pm by local Pacific and Indigenous communities. Drop into the space to observe Rako Pasefika performers as they animate the space with traditional and contemporary practices. Rako Pasefika is a collective of artists of indigenous Rotuman, Fijian and Pacific Island heritage whose…

APT8 Artist Interview: Rosanna Raymond

Rosanna Raymond’s SaVAge K’lub project is an installation space that is activated by various K’lub members over the course of the exhibition. The project’s title refers to a historical gentlemen’s club first established in London in the nineteenth century. Raymond’s version draws on the cultural stereotype and decor of such exclusive institutions, displaying historical artworks…

APT8: Behind SaVAge K’lub

In the lead-up to APT8, QAGOMA’s conservation staff have applied their skills and knowledge to several artworks that are on display. We share some background information on one of the exhibition’s major works, which required the collaboration of the Queensland Museum. Rosanna Raymond’s APT8 installation SaVAge K’lub is a meeting place, a locus of activity and happenings, set in the…

SaVAge K’lub

Excitement is building around the development of one of the major projects in the Pacific representation of APT8 – the SaVAge K’lub by Rosanna Raymond. A multi-art installation and performance event, Raymond’s APT8 SaVAge K’lub riffs off the late-Nineteenth Century gentlemen’s club of the same name, though placing less emphasis on secret men’s business and more…