Program 57-Arts Friday International Women’s Day on Eastside

The United Nations International Women’s Day 2024 theme is invest in women: accelerate progress. We hear from a range of artists on there shared thoughts in acknowledgement of theis special women on-air at Eastside. The Biennale of Sydney’s 50th anniversary year features 87 artists and collectives from 47 countries. The Artistic Directors Cosmin Costinas and Inti Guerrero’s 24th reiteration, Ten Thousand Suns, proposes celebration as both a method and a source of joy inspired by the legacies of collective resistance and coming together to thrive in the face of injustice. Following the media preview, you will hear from six exhibiting women artists exibiting across four venues: Pacific Sisters (AGNSW), Sana Shahmuradova Tanska (Artspace), Citra Sasmita and Mangala Bai Maravi (Chak Chak Museum), and Hayv Kahranman (MCA). Contemporary Australian women poetry medley presentation by Poetry Sydney airs and the full collection can be listened to on the podcast: ORATURE.wav~

THANK YOU TO THE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY COMMENTS FROM:¬†
Claudia Chan Shaw / Rosemary Gattuso / Wendy Sharpe / Susan Hawthorne / Anne Casey / Angie Contini РThe Salons / Kimberley Hodgson 

Australian women poets on International Women’s Day by Teena McCarthy – Mary / Sarah Temporal – We gave birth to my daughter / Alicia Sometimes – Hope / Belinda Aucott – Shelter Woman / Willoh – White Lin

Produced and presented by Angela Stretch, from GADIGAL country, we acknowledge First Nations peoples as the sovereign custodians of Country, and pay respect to Elders of past, present and to future generations. We acknowledge and value the distinct culture, customs and practices present in the many and diverse tribal nations across NSW. 

Playlist

Silhouette by Molly Lewis (National Release)
Release: On The Lips

INTERVIEW: Pacific Sisters by EXHIBITION: Biennale of Sydney: AGNSW (Local Release)Release: https://www.biennaleofsydney.art/participants/pacific-sisters/

Paloma Negra by Amy Gadiaga (International Release)
Release: All Black Everything

INTERVIEW: Sana Shahmuradova Tanska by EXHIBITION: Biennale of Sydney – Artspace (Local Release)
https://www.biennaleofsydney.art/participants/sana-shahmuradova-tanska/

INTERVIEW: Citra Sasmita by EXHIBITION: Biennale of Sydney (Local Release)
Release: https://www.biennaleofsydney.art/participants/citra-sasmita/

INTERVIEW: Mangala Bai Maravi by EXHIBITION: Biennale of Sydney: Chak Chak Museum (Local Release)
Release: https://www.biennaleofsydney.art/participants/mangala-bai-maravi/

Voice by Flora Carbo (National Release)
Release: Voice

INTERVIEW: Hayv Kahraman by EXHIBITION: Biennale of Sydney: MCA (Local Release)
Release: https://www.biennaleofsydney.art/participants/hayv-kahraman/

Moving Forward by Byrony Jarman-Pinto (International Release)
Release: Below Dawn

Australian women poets on International Women’s Day by Teena McCarthy – Mary / Sarah Temporal – We gave birth to my daughter / Alicia Sometimes – Hope / Belinda Aucott – Shelter Woman / Willoh – White Lin
Release: Full details visit: https://eastsidefm.org/series/orature-wav/

THANK YOU TO THE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY COMMENTS! by Claudia Chan Shaw / Rosemary Gattuso / Wendy Sharpe / Susan Hawthorne / Anne Casey / Angie Contini – The Salons / Kimberley Hodgson