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GIANTS: Floor Talk

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When: Saturday 21st September
Where:
Australian Design Centre, 101-115 William Street, Darlinghurst
Time: 2pm-3pm
Cost: FREE event, bookings required

Meet Isabel and hear her stories of designing and making with diverse materials to a strong feminist agenda. Isabel will talk us through a tour of the exhibition pieces, detailing the theme and processes she followed to create her exquisite work.

GIANTS: Isabel Avendano Hazbun will be showing in gallery II, Australian Design Centre from 1 August to the 25 September 2019.

FILMING AND PHOTOGRAPHY
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.

Phone: 9361 4555
Official website
Article by Australian Design Centre.

GIANTS: Isabel Avendano Hazbun

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When: Wednesday 1st August - Wednesday 25th September
Where:
Australian Design Centre, 101-115 William Street, Darlinghurst
Time: Tuesday to Saturday 11am-4pm; Closed Mondays & Sundays
Cost: FREE

GIANTS is a feminist exploration of dress and adornment. This exhibition challenges our social order that, still in 2019, often places women second to men and points out misogynistic behaviours that reinforce this order. GIANTS suggests dress as a universal, non-verbal and accessible language that can be used as a tool to subvert gender conditioning. The diversity of these hand-made wearables and sculptures relates to the multiplicity and complexity of womankind and are made from an assortment of readily available materials such as fibre, wire, recycled tyre inner tubes, yoga-mats and timber.

Phone: 9361 4555
Official website
Article by Australian Design Centre.

Just Shopping, Always Shopping: Jane Theau

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When: Wednesday 1st August - Wednesday 25th September
Where:
Object Space, Australian Design Centre, 101 William Street, Darlinghurst
Cost: FREE

Just shopping, always shopping is one of a series of large-scale lace drawings depicting people in unexceptional, everyday moments. These works are made from thread and tarlatan rescued from the garbage bin of the UNSW Art & Design printmaking studio. Jane Théau works with many media, concentrating most recently on woven horsehair combined with bronze sculpture, and textiles combined with dance and performance. Jane is the Australian Design Centre Award winner of the Seed Stitch Contemporary Textile Awards 2018. She has also won the Rookwood Sculpture Prize, the Grace Cossington Smith Early Career Artist Award and has been a finalist in numerous exhibitions including the Black Swan Portrait Prize, the International Lace Award and the Tamworth Textile Triennial in 2020. She has for four years facilitated a refugee community art project at Auburn Community Centre and is in the final year of a PhD at the Australian National University. Her curatorial projects include exhibitions such as Y Fibre, www.w and the performance art event Art That Moves. Jane is collaborating with choreographer/filmmaker Sue Healey on her upcoming On View performances in Japan, Hong Kong and at Carriageworks in Sydney. You can see more of Jane’s work during Sydney Craft Week at Barometer and Maunsell Wickes Galleries in Paddington.

Phone: 9361 4555
Official website
Article by Anna.

Culture Clash

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When: Friday 29th October - Tuesday 10th November
Where:
53 Bellevue Avenue
Cost: 11am-6.30pm Tues-Fri, 11am-5pm Sat-Sun
Cost: FREE

Sydney-based artists Gabby Malpas, John Klein and Mellissa Read-Devine have joined forces to stage Culture Crash, an exhibition that explores multiculturalism in Australia. Each artist has examined this theme through their own personal life experiences, metaphors and visual language.

Phone: 0400 656 962
Official website
Article by John.

Verify 2019 Conference: Meeting Place for Identity & Access Management

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When: Tuesday 26th November - Wednesday 27th November
Where: Dockside, Balcony Level, Cockle B
ay Wharf
Cost: 8:30am-5pm
Cost: End User Pricing From: AUD 1850.0, Vendor Pricing From: AUD 2950.0

Identity attacks are increasingly becoming front page news on a daily basis, worldwide. According to recent research, 83% of organisations do not have a mature approach to identity and access management, which results in twice the number of breaches and $5 million more in costs, on average. At the same time, Government, businesses and citizens are grappling with the shifting landscape of identity ownership, security and privacy. In the wake of digital transformation, it's never been more important to develop a robust IAM strategy to strengthen security, achieve compliance, and enhance user experience. At Verify 2019, Australia's leading minds in identity and access management will provide that industry roadmap.

Key themes include:
Multifactor Authentication and Biometrics - where are we headed?
Secure your Privileged Access Management
Strengthen Identity Governance and Administration
Automate IAM processes for efficient and secure user experience
Comply with Consumer Data Rights legislation
Develop a streamlined cloud IAM strategy and IDaaS
Learn the latest on Blockchain and decentralised identity
Improve Single Sign-On for cloud and mobile
Improve Consumer IAM
Managing issues of IAM privacy

Save the date, and make sure you secure your seat to access the brightest minds in identity and access management. Confirmed speakers include:
- Jonathon Thorpe, Assistant Secretary - Digital Identity and myGov, Digital Transformation
- Rachel Dixon, Privacy and Data Security Deputy Commissioner, Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner
- Gary Blair, CEO, Australian Cyber Security Research Institute (Conference Chair)
- Angelina Potapova, IT Area Lead, Identity And Access Management, ING Australia
- Shane Gandy, Director Identity Management, NSW Department of Education
- James Bligh, Lead of Information Security and API standards, Data61
- Amrita(Amie) Dsouza, Digital Product Owner - Identity and Access Management, AGL Energy

Phone: 8916 6161
Official website
Article by Kye.

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