Island to Outback
In the winter of 2018 a group of Kangaroo Island artists, filmmakers and writers travelled up the Oodnadatta Track for a ten-day camp based at Coward Springs on the Old Ghan Railway Line near Kati Thanda Lake Eyre South. Eleanor Scicchitano curated our creative responses to that extraordinary experience into an exhibition at Praxis Artspace, which included a beautiful documentary by Dave Foreman, Ruth de la Lande and Gethin Creagh.
Click here to watch (22 minutes)
And click here to read Kathie Stove’s essay.
Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery
A little film by the Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery in May 2020, part of a series chatting with past winners of the Outback Prize.
Click here to watch (4.24 minutes)
TEDx Adelaide – Ideas From the Edge
“TED is a nonprofit organization devoted to ‘Ideas Worth Spreading’. Started as a four-day conference in California 26 years ago, TED has grown to support those world-changing ideas with multiple initiatives. At TED, the world’s leading thinkers and doers are asked to give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. Talks are then made available, free, at TED.com. TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience.” I gave a talk about the ideas, inspiration and motivation behind my art practice.
Click here to watch (18.44 minutes)
The Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize
A film by Sam Collins Media for the South Australian Museum
“The Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize is a prestigious art award that celebrates our intricate and complex global biodiversity and encourages excellence in natural history art within Australia and around the world. The Waterhouse is Australia’s richest prize for natural history art. This video explores the significance of the Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize, and takes a close look at the work of Tom Moore and Janine Mackintosh, two South Australian artists, and the inspirations they draw from the natural world.”
Click here to watch (5.37 minutes)
The Outback Art Prize
“Interviews with the CEO of Museums and Galleries NSW, Michael Rolfe, after his announcement of The Outback Art Prize winner at the Regional Art Gallery, Broken Hill. Also, an interview with the winning artist Janine Mackintosh.”
Click here to watch (2.21 minutes)
Channel 9’s Postcards – The Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize
“Then there’s Janine Mackintosh’s mesmerizing mandala contrasting the pure white shell grit with imperfect beauty of the shells you’d find scattered along the beach. Spending time searching her property or the beaches of Kangaroo Island – Janine Mackintosh uses traditional cataloguing techniques in her distinctive contemporary design.” Lisa McAskill
Click to watch (4.21 minutes) (See “Play the video” on the lower left when you get to the link)
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