Welcome to Arts House’s digital program, a repository bringing together the online works our artists have created in recent years. You’ll find video and audio content here, along with recordings of interactive works and events we’ve facilitated. It’s an ever-growing archive that will be updated and expanded as more digital creations are crafted by the talented people we support.
Walk with a dancer, dance with a stranger or discover the strangeness of memories you’re yet to forge.
Whether you’re looking to meet up IRL or online (or both!), BLEED will explore how art can be consumed, experienced and translated online today.
In late 2020 we called on artists to imagine the futures that might follow the disruptions of the pandemic – how could we reimagine common spaces, in every sense? The result was a year in which our sharpest and most careful thinkers sought out the issues that lie beyond the hype, the deep currents flowing beneath the surface tension.
Now we are proud to share their research in the Makeshift Publics Critical Response Series.
Refuge drops us in the hot zone of different climate-related disasters. Flood, heat, pandemic and displacement: this six-year project offers us new ways to rally as a community and prepare for climate crisis. Experience the Refuge digital program anytime, anywhere.
From URL to IRL and back again, this is art that meets you where you already are: online, hyper-connected and endlessly networked.
BLEED is a festival presented by Arts House and Campbelltown Arts Centre. The inaugural 2020 festival consisted of five new art commissions released every two weeks from 22 June to 30 August. To learn more about BLEED, visit the website or to experience the Arts House program as part of BLEED, click on the project links below.
Hear from Arts House artists on their works through interviews and insights.
Listen to artist Q&As and public talks held at Arts House.