Join IMA and Outer Space for end of year drinks at the Judith Wright Arts Centre.
From 6pm head to the IMA Courtyard for a celebration of all things Filipino, drawing on Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan‘s See/Through. See a fashion show of Filipino garments and cultural performance with Louisa and Merly Parkinson. From 7.30–9pm stick around for Jamming (Filipino slang for hanging out) with Fruitjuice Factori Studio featuring video-ke, food, drinks, and good times.
You’re invited to come together with the local art community and unwind as the suns sets on another big year.
CASCADE by Woven Kolektif
Outer Space gallery
Open until 6.30pm
‘the churchie’, See/Through & Becoming Alluvium
Open until 9pm
Filipino fashion show + cultural performance [REGISTER]
IMA Courtyard, 6–7pm
Jamming with Fruitjuice Factori Studio
IMA Courtyard, 7.30–9pm
We are committed to making the IMA accessible to people of all abilities, their families, and carers as well as visitors of different ages and different backgrounds. There is wheelchair access and an accessible toilet with baby changing facilities also located on the ground floor and we welcome guide and support dogs. To find out more contact us at email@example.com or call 07 3252 5750. Read our access information for visitors here.
Please do not attend if, in the last 14 days you have:
—returned to Australia from overseas (other than a safe travel zone country)
—been in close contact with an active COVID-19 case
—been in a Queensland declared COVID-19 hotspot, place of concern or exposure venue, as defined by the Chief Health Officer
—had a fever, cough, sore throat, headache, distorted sense of taste, shortness of breath, chills, vomiting or any cold/flu like symptoms in the last 72 hours
Fruitjuice Factori Studio is a Philippine and Australia-based artist collective composed of Isabel & Alfredo Aquilizan and their five children: Miguel, Diego, Amihan, Leon and Aniway Aquilizan. Their practices span from sculpture and installation work, videography, photography, collage and fashion. As a family collective, they create artworks using humble objects and reused materials to explore the meaning of home, memory, and diaspora. The Fruitjuice Factori Studio is where work meets play; balancing each other to form the community, connectedness and sense of belonging that make up their whole art practice.