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Title Sunday Arts / Director: Chichester, Jo
Published Australia : ABC, 2009
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Summary This week on Sunday Arts, one hundred artists have been invited to connect the dots on a Neil Diamond album cover as part of the contemporary art experiment, The Shilo Project. The Shilo ProjectThe Shilo Project is the brainchild of the Director of the Ian Potter Museum of Art, Chris McAuliffe who has invited 100 artists to take part and decorate their own album cover of Neil Diamond's 1970 record Shilo which features a connect-the-dots image of his face. The list of artists includes Del Kathryn Barton, Jon Campbell, and Ben Quilty. Their works will sit alongside some amateur works of album covers that have been decorated and found in second-hand shops. Myf Warhurst is the patron of The Shilo Project which will be on show at the Ian Potter Musuem of Art at the University of Melbourne from the 28th of November until the 14th of March 2010 and will then tour nationally in 2010
Event Broadcast 2009-11-15 at 17:00:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Art museums -- Collection management.
Artists -- Attitudes.
Decorative arts -- Exhibitions.
Sound recordings -- Album covers.
Victoria -- Melbourne.
Form Streaming video
Author Chichester, Jo, director
Cremin, Clare, director
Isnard, Fabienne, director
Paddison, Liz, director
Toft, Klaus, director
Turley, Louise, director
Veitch, Michael, host