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C3West Women of Fairfield wins Best Arts Program at the 2016 FBi SMAC Awards!

BEST ARTS PROGRAM

Women Of Fairfield (MCA C3West, PYT | Fairfield, STARTTS)

Fairfield is one of Australia’s most multicultural cities, and the impact of its cultural, ethnic and religious differences is extraordinary. This live art event, curated by Anne Loxley and Karen Therese and facilitated by Jiva Parthipan, sought to explore the complex question of what it means to be a woman in Fairfield. Cars decorated by Aboriginal, Iraqi and Khmer women blasted collages of sound and music as they did laps of Fairfield’s streets at dusk. Live and filmed performances of local female martial artists upended a male-dominated cultural tradition. The project comprised two years of collaboration with local communities, and the result was a vivid celebration of diversity and womanhood. The project artists were Kate Blackmore, Hissy Fit and Maria Tran, Claudia Nicholson, and Zoe Scoglio. Women of Fairfield was a collaboration between the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia’s C3West program, Powerhouse Youth Theatre (PYT) and the NSW Service for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors (STARTTS).

See a list of all the other winners on the FBi website HERE!

Image credit: Diabolique Events

FBi SMAC Awards 2014

Vote #1 Hissy Fit for an Fbi SMAC Award!

Hissy Fit are totally chuffed with the news that we have been nominated for an FBi Radio SMAC Award for the Best Visual Artist Category!

We are honoured to be nominated alongside some really brilliant Sydney artists – Pia Van Gelder, Karla Dickens, Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran, and Tony Albert.

You can read more about the nominees here > Nominees – Best Visual Artist

And if you like us you can vote for us here > Vote