03 June 2013

Spotlight on Corrigan with Justin Clemens and Michael Kantor

As part of the Peter Corrigan: Cities of Hope exhibition (closes 8 June), this final public program event will be a lively discussion between Justin Clemens, who will explore the secret cultural history of Melbourne through Corrigan's work and influence, and Michael Kantor, who has worked with Corrigan on a number of important theatre productions, and will speak about Corrigan’s “poor theatre” aesthetic that is particularly well-suited to the realities of making theatre in Australia.


Event details

Title:

Spotlight on Corrigan with Justin Clemens and Michael Kantor

Person:

Writer Justin Clemens and theatre director Michael Kantor

Date:

2013-06-06

Time:

5:30pm – 6:30pm

Location:

RMIT Gallery, Building 16, 344 Swanston Street, Melbourne, Victoria


Further details

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Free event. Bookings essential. To book, telephone 03 9925 1716.

Abstract

Writer Justin Clemens and theatre director Michael Kantor will lead audiences on a journey into many of the ideas behind this expansive exhibition as they discuss Corrigan's “local not global” approach to design. Renowned for his architectural practice and stage design, Corrigan is a Melbourne identity who has championed the suburban aesthetic..

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