Looby
Join us for 'LOOBY', a documentary on acclaimed and controversial painter Keith Looby, followed by a Q&A with a co-producer of the film.
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Join us for 'LOOBY', a documentary on acclaimed and controversial painter Keith Looby, followed by a Q&A with a co-producer of the film.

Looby premiered at the Melbourne Documentary Film Festival and (pre-COVID19) went on to packed screenings at the National Art School, Sydney; Canberra Museum and Gallery; and the Queen Victoria Museum and Gallery, Launceston.

The Archibald Prize always creates much discussion about portraiture; Looby adds personality and politics to the mix. Among other things, the film delves into the painter's focus on Indigenous history and trauma at a time when Australian institutions were of a "history began with the First Fleet" mindset.

These and other resonant threads are weaved together in a tight 80-minute feature.The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the producers.

Image above: Max Gillies (1984, Archibald Winner) by Keith Looby.

event details
Nov 19, 2021
Nov 19
 - 
7.30pm
The Wedge Performing Arts Centre (John Leslie Theatre), 100 Foster Street, Sale
View the COVID-19 Attendance Policy.
Friends of the Gallery $20, Sale Film Society Member $20, The Wedge Members $20, Non Members $25
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