24 January 2020

Curating CONCRETE: art design architecture

Learn more about this universal material in a curator walk through of the exhibition

About this Event


With a history spanning over 3000 years, concrete was first used by Egyptians in the building of the pyramids. Learn more about this universal material in a walk through the exhibition with CONCRETE: art design architecture curators, as we discuss the artists, their practice and the material.


CONCRETE: art design architecture is a major exhibition exploring innovative ways that concrete is being used by artists, designers and architects in Australia in the 21st century. Curated by JamFactory’s Margaret Hancock Davis (Senior Curator) and Brian Parkes (CEO), the exhibition includes 21 artists, designers and architects from across Australia and brings together products, projects and works of art that reflect many of the current preoccupations with concrete within contemporary art, design and architecture in Australia.


Date And Time

Sat., 8 February 2020

11:30 am – 12:30 pm AEDT



Australian Design Centre

113-115 William Street


Darlinghurst, NSW 2010


Tickets: Free, bookings required



Please note: This event will be recorded. By attending the event you agree to be filmed and photographed, and for those images and footage to be shared online and across various promotional platforms.



This event has a clear path of travel throughout the venue with an accessible toilet. A full gallery Access statement is available to download from the ADC website.

Image: Abdul-Rahman Abdullah, David, 2018, Edition of 6, Photo: COTA and Moore Contemporary


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