• Cementa's Creative Director asks for your money

    26 June 2019

    Cementa’s creative director, Alex Wisser stands in the middle of Angus Hall, the original community hall of Kandos and talks nervously about all the dreams and aspirations we have for this space. He also reads from a teleprompter the entire time, which is very endearing and gives his appeal a human touch

  • Welcome to WAYOUT!

    11 June 2019

    We are just a little bit excited to announce that we have recently signed a lease on 71 Angus Ave or “Angus Hall”. The space will be a hub for all Cementa related activity and a new regional artist run space WAYOUT.

  • Artist Report: The Motel Sisters - Liam Benson and Naomi Oliver

    21 May 2019

    Liam and Naomi just love a long country road trip, and Naomi loves to chitchat Liam’s ear off, so that is perfect, really.

  • Kandos Kids prepare for the MCA

    28 November 2017

    Kandos High School students Laandi Buckland and Ben Abrahams are working away on creating artworks for exhibition at The Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney.

  • Cementa17 Showreal!

    04 July 2017

    Just when the happy memories have begun to fade and the workaday world closes in around you, we have gone and made a showreel of all the fun that was had at Cementa17 Enjoy!

  • Photos Day 4

    17 April 2017
  • Photos Day 3

    13 April 2017

    Another brilliant day of Cementa17. Be patient, this post contains a lot of art.

  • Photos day 2

    08 April 2017

    Check out the day two Cementa17 photos.

  • Photos Day 1

    07 April 2017

    A few of the photos of the first day of Cementa17

  • Recognise by Aleshia Lonsdale. Facilitated by Jason Lujan

    05 April 2017

    When researching for this project I was struck by the lack of acknowledgement of the First Nations People of New York. This work was a step into a medium I have not explored i.e street art in the forms of stencils and as a follow up paste ups. The design was a fusion of an Aboriginal Australian protest slogan – Always was, Always will be Aboriginal Land and the Native American Medicine Wheel – with the colours of red, yellow and black which hold significance for both First Nations peoples. This work was an attempt to bring to peoples consciousness the presence of First Nations people in New York city and their connection to their land.

  • Sophie's Circles by Margaret Roberts, facilitated by Melissa Stieger

    01 April 2017

    Sophie’s Circles is also intended to create a continuity with and acknowledgement of the artists working a century ago to develop artforms and art practices that could contribute to the revaluation of place (though they may have used different language), well before the disasterous consequences of this devaluation in climate change was generally acknowledged. It also experiments with ways of including the relationship with actual space that is such an important part of their work by preventing its actual space (the ‘space’ of Spaceland) from being subsumed into the virtual space of photographic documentation (our own variation of Lineland).

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