We are excited to present a series of monthly talks with photographers and other industry professionals, with free entry exclusive for Head On members.
Tune in as photographers share insights into their practice and industry experts offer their tips and tricks.
This month join us as we hear from photography-based artist and poet, Judith Nangala Crispin.
Dr. Judith Crispin (ACT) is a Canberra-based poet and visual artist, with a background in music. Her work includes themes of displacement and identity loss, a reflection on her own lost Aboriginal ancestry, but primarily it is centred on the concept of connection with Country. Her visual arts practice is centred around Lumachrome glass printing, a combination of lumen printing, chemigram and cliché verre techniques. Judith has published a collection of poetry, The Myrrh-Bearers (Sydney: Puncher & Wattmann, 2015), and a book of images and poems, The Lumen Seed (New York: Daylight Books, 2017). Her illustrated verse novel, The Dingo’s Noctuary, will be published with Daylight Books in 2021. Judith was recently awarded the Blake Poetry Prize 2020 for her poem 'On Finding Charlotte in the Anthropological Record.'
Praise for previous Head On Spotlight with Stephen Dupont
"Wonderful session. clear presentation, format - allowing focus on the images and the conversation. Fantastic."
HOW LIVE SESSIONS WORK
Paid Head On Photo Festival members will receive another link to RSVP for the session.
Non-members need to pay the booking fee to join the session.
Once you've registered, you'll receive an email confirmation. The next steps are:
- One hour before the session you will receive the link to the session.
- Playback will depend on your internet connection and computer set up.
- The session will be recorded and will be made available to paid Head On Photo Festival members at a later date.