ArtScreen is a prestigious program supporting artists with disability or who are d/Deaf to develop their creativity and careers through producing new video artworks which are screened at the Museum of Contemporary Art in celebration of International Day of People with Disability.

Now in it’s forth year, this exciting visual art project creates unique opportunities and aims to broaden engagement with, and appreciation of, the distinctive insights and skills of artists with disability. These unique and compelling works make an important contribution to the diversity of cultural expression in Sydney and previous ArtScreen work has gone on to be further developed and selected for the Cannes Short Film Festival: Independent Films.

Artists Sofya Gollan and Guy Morgan were selected for the 2023 ArtScreen program. They have been mentored by experienced video artists Dani Pearce and Dr Zanny Begg respectively.

Museum of Contemporary Art Screenings – FREE entry
30 November – 2 December

Thursday 3pm – 5pm
Saturday 11am – 4pm (Live Q&A Panel with the Artists 2pm – 3pm)
Sun 11am – 4pm
Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
Veolia Lecture Theatre (Level 2)
140 George Street, Circular Quay West, Sydney

Recommended for mature audiences.

Event type

by Deaf and/or disabled artists

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