Bianca Acimovic in conversation with Bindi Waugh

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Join us in listening to our next podcast as part of the engAGEing through ARTing program. With her recent near-sellout solo exhibition, we chat with Belynda (Bindi) Waugh all about her inspiration for this most recent body of work and the dialogue that surrounds it, as well as the perspectives that inform her practice as a whole. As an enthusiastic bricoleur of sorts (a lover of making things), we learn of the joy that Bindi brings to the art she creates. Bindi is a visual artist who lives and works in Yarwun, practicing in sculpture, pottery, poetry and painting.

This episode is part of Rockhampton Art Gallery's ENGAGEing through ARTing program. ENGAGEing through ARTing is a creative development program, focused on aging community needs across the spectrum of creative participation, learning and social interaction with Rockhampton Art Gallery. The program aims to upskill and develop capacity, facilitate exploration of personal creativity, provide public access to visual art and creative expression, build connections and foster social cohesion. These aims will be achieved through offering a variety of engaging talks, tours, workshops, films and excursions! ENGAGEing through ARTing is supported by the Queensland Government, Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors.