“Think for a moment… Where was your favourite place to play as a child?”
Josie McGushin, REmida’s Artist-in-Residence for August/ September asked this question in an online survey (www.tellmeproject.me) & 290 people shared their treasured memories.
The responses will be recreated in an immersive installation at the REmida Art Space, opening on Saturday 13th September 2014.
WHERE THE WILD THINGS WERE
Enter a world where children & their imaginations were able to run free, and where memories linger behind every branch.
Saturday 13th September 2014
2pm – 4pm
Then runs till the 12th October during regular REmida opening hours:
Tuesdays & Thursdays 12-5:30pm
We welcome you to REmida to see an exhibition by
Our current Artist In Residency artist, Pauline has been transforming REmida’s Art Space through her intuitive creative process of exploring REmida materials.
Please join us for the opening of the exhibition on Saturday 16th from 1-4pm
There is also a closing ceremony from 3-4pm on September the 6th
16th Aug- 6th Sept
1 Prosect Place, West Perth
Pauline is holding creative workshops on Saturdays
23rd August 1.30pm-3pm,
30th of August from 10.30-12pm, 1.30pm-3pm,
6th of September from 1.30pm-3pm.
Cost is $10 per person if interested please email Nadia at firstname.lastname@example.org to secure a place. Limited places left.
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Three months ago we collaborated with Perth charity No Matter What in our very successful Dress a Dummy for Kids with Cancer fundraiser. Today our respective Chairs got together to acknowledge the efforts of their teams and transfer the $2050 … Continue reading
Our guests from the USA.
On Tuesday, 22nd July 2014, REmida WA played host to two distinguished guests from Chicago.
Dr Siegesmund and Dr Hangartner was invited by Sue Girak (Secretary, REmida WA) to tour REmida and to discuss her PhD research, which is in part based on the impact the creative reuse of REmida materials has on triggering environmental consciousness.
Dr Richard Siegesmund’s special interest is arts-based education and he is currently a professor in the school of Art+Design Education at Northern Illinois University.
Dr Brigitta Hangartner is the founder and the inaugural Executive Director of Ciné, which is Athens Georgia’s first art house movie theatre.
Dr Siegesmund discussed the potential REmida materials have to support children’s learning. It was noted how they are being used successfully in REmida workshops. As a way of spreading the word beyond WA,
Sue was invited to put forward a proposal to present her REmida research at the up and coming International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry in Chicago next year.
(Picture – from left rear: REmida GM Dougie, Artist-in-residence Pauline, Dr Richard Siegesmund, front: REmida Secretary Sue Girak, Membership Coordinator Kero and Dr Brigitta Hangartner)
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A couple of photos from REmida Day 2014, which took place at REmida WA on Saturday 10th May.
The centre was filled with activity – the Land of Another’s Treasure Playspace & Forrest Critters Workshop upstairs, Coil Basket Weaving Workshop & delicious food downstairs, Upcycle Market Stalls & 3D Mandalas in the car park, not to mention the Dress A Dummy for Kids with Cancer Exhibition & Auction.
REmida was able to raise $2000 for the charity No Matter What at the auction to help provide creative holiday programs to children in the oncology ward at PMH.
Thanks to everybody who contributed their time & creativity to make the day happen and to all those who came down to share it with us!
The full album of event photos can be viewed here.
“Treemanique” the Mannequin, with Alison & Fiona from No Matter What, Artist Suzanne Pollard, Auctioneer Kero O’shea, & purchasers Jonathon Thwaites, Imani & Lana Derbyshire
Children in action in the Land of Another’s Treasure playspace
Facilitator Iona & partcipants at the Forrest Critters Workshop
Goodies from the REmida Volunteers Market Stall!
The Auction in action!
Amanda Lin was a REmida Artist in Residence during April 2014. Her residency explored the construction of nests, shelters and objects of recreation using REmida materials.
Amanda is an artist and educator with an interest in how we interact with objects and space to define our place in the world.
You are invited to view her resulting exhibition “Nests and Mountains”, at the REmida Art Space until the 31st May 2014 during regular REmida opening hours.
REmida Day 2014 will be held on the 10th May this year with activities happening all over the REmida centre. The centre will be open from 12pm to 5pm on this special day.
REmida Day is held annually in May by the international REmida network to celebrate the infinite possibilities of creative reuse.
There will be creative workshops for all the family, the Land of Another Treasure’s playspace, market stalls from Perth’s forefront upcyclers & delcious food & drink available.
The key feature of the day will be the culmination of the Dress A Dummy for Kids with Cancer competition. Entries will be exhibited throughout the day and then auctioned at 3pm with all proceeds going to the charity No Matter What, who provide lifestyle enhancing activities to children in the PMH oncology ward.
REmida will also be open tomembers as per usual for material collection. Take this opportunity to bring some new people in to check out the REmida project while it is alive with activity!