Art, Farming and Cultural Change: An Exhibition, Panel Discussion and Dinner

Lyttleton Stores
6 April 2019
Lyttleton Stores Cooperative, Lawson


The Window Gallery of Atelier of Lyttleton Stores Cooperative presents an exhibition of Kandos School of Cultural Adaptation (KSCA) projects on Saturday April 6.

KSCA was formed in early 2016 by a group of artists, writers and activists so as to pursue the idea of art as an activity that brings about cultural change.
Much of KSCA’s work revolves around the post-industrial town of Kandos (about an hour-and-a-half northwest of the Blue Mountains), in Wiradjuri country. However its members come from many places, and its projects bridge regional, rural and urban Australia.

KSCA’s projects include ‘An Artist, a Farmer and a Scientist Walk Into a Bar’ and ‘The Hemp Initiative’, both of which will be showcased within the Window Gallery and Atelier of Lyttleton Stores Cooperative April 2019.

Join in toasting KSCA’s work and the spirited culture, and cultural change, of Central Western New South Wales with organic alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages and appetizers made in house. KSCA panel discussion and dinner will follow the exhibition launch.

The Panel Discussion begins at 6:50 pm with seven panellists and founding members of KSCA.
Dinner kicks off at 8.00pm and is a perfect opportunity to talk to the panellists as well as fellow art appreciators and environmentalists, as well as Lyttleton Stores’ about their art, community initiatives and organic produce (which will be consumable as scrumptious share platters around a long table).

Everyone is welcome to join, from those who know and love KSCA to those who like art, farming and or want to know more!

Click HERE for more info or to book tickets.

This event is proudly sponsored by Scenic World’s CSR program, Scenic World Shared.

Sculpture at Scenic World, 2012