Opening Saturday: "How we remember tomorrow"

Sat 17 Feb 2024 11:00am3:00pm

Join us on the opening weekend of How we remember tomorrow!

Join us on the opening weekend of How we remember tomorrow for artist talks, an activation by artist Cora-Allan*, immersive installations, one-on-one conversations with cultural mediators, artist performances and more.

Saturday 17 February Schedule:

  • 11.00am: UQ Art Museum Open
  • 11.30am: Curator's Walking Tour: How we remember tomorrow
  • 12.30pm: Piña, Why is the Sky Blue? Screening + Q&A with Simon Speiser. Hosted by Dr Léuli Eshrāghi
  • 1.30pm: Artist Reading: Shivanjani Lal
  • 3.00pm: UQ Art Museum Closes

*Activation by Cora-Allan will occur intermittently from 11.00am

How we remember tomorrow is UQ Art Museum’s latest thought-provoking chapter of the ongoing series Blue Assembly, a multi-year program exploring our relationship with the ocean by gathering 'blue' approaches to research and art. Featuring voices from the across the Great Ocean, the artworks of 'How we remember tomorrow' collectively pose the questions ‘what do our visions of a utopic future reveal about our present?’ and ‘how can diverse voices history shape the solutions of tomorrow?’

These events are free and visitors registration is optional. All attendees are welcome.

Cover image: Stephanie Comilang and Simon Speiser, "Piña, Why is the Sky Blue?" 2021, video installation with open sound, virtual reality headsets, pillows, 3-D printing on woven piña fabric. Courtesy of the artists & ChertLüdde, Berlin, Germ