A community cultural development partnership between Shepparton Art Museum and Gallery Kaiela that provides an opportunity for artists from a diverse range of backgrounds to come together and collaborate in the making of art. The project involves a number of local Indigenous artists partnering with established Melbourne-based contemporary artists, collaborating side-by-side, or in response to each other's practice.
A collaboration project with Michael Kempson from Cicada Print
Indigo Monsters is a collaborative project between Vipoo Srivilasa (Thai/Australia), Shin Koyama (Japan) and Pepijn van den Nieuwendijk (The Netherlands). It began in October 2010 when the three artists first met at the capital city of blue and white porcelain, Jingdezhen, China.
Using the exquisite corpse game technique, the artists created blue and white monster sections on paper and then posted them on to the next artist to add more sections, until the complete monster appears.
A cross-cultural project supported by the Australia India Council, which aims to promote closer ties between the two countries. Conceptualized and coordinated by Sandra Bowkett (Australia) and by Minhazz Majumdar (India).
As part of the project, Vipoo Srivilasa and a visiting Indian artist, Ms Pushpa Kumari took on the adventure of cross-cultural ceramic collaborations. Both artists were well matched in terms of their expertise in fine line drawing, and their collaborative works—both in ceramic and on paper—reflected their common interest.
A collaboration project with C.A.P Studio Chiangmai, Thailand