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Behind the Seams: Character & Clothes (Part 1)

Behind the Seams: Character & Clothes (Part 1)

Hollywood Costume has got us thinking, when we put on our clothes in the morning, what stories are we telling? What are we saying about ourselves?

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Inside Screen Worlds: Warwick Thornton

Inside Screen Worlds: Warwick Thornton

Indigenous artist and filmmaker Warwick Thornton, best known for his debut feature film ‘Samson and Delilah’, is currently represented in no less than three areas at ACMI. Mike Childs, Visitor Services Officer, takes us on a tour.

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Keeping Up Appearances

Keeping Up Appearances

Our Hollywood Costume exhibition celebrates a century of glorious outfits, but how are they kept so beautiful? Textile Conservator Rachael Lee explains how she keeps the iconic outfits ready for their close-ups.

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Lara Thoms

Lara Thoms

Introducing our next Profile Me artist and curator, Lara Thoms, whose interest lies in socially engaged, site-specific and participatory possibilities in contemporary art.

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Danae Valenza

Danae Valenza

Multidisciplinary artist Danae Valenza – currently participating in ‘Profile Me’ – proves how two strangers engaged in the act of dance can make something, that should be ‘natural’, devastatingly awkward.

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The Sisters Hayes

The Sisters Hayes

Its status as an extreme sport is still pending, but three sisters working collaboratively as artists, curators, costume and stage set designers has got to sit somewhere between base jumping and synchronised swimming on the difficulty scale. We delve deeper into the collaborative nature of The Sisters Hayes: one of the four artists participating in ‘Profile Me’.

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