Anya Mckee

22 February - 10 March 2024
Projection: Riddoch foyer windows

A woman’s work is never done. But what is “woman’s work” today?

To celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8th, 2024, the windows of The Riddoch will flood each night with colourful video portraits of incredible locals.

Created in collaboration with local dance and video artist Anya Mckee these portraits highlight some of the many amazing women and allies we have working locally, amongst them are; Moandik and Meintangk Elder Yawari (Aunty) Penny Bonney, Bahá’í community leader and teacher Hovieda Saberi, local community health worker and rollerblade artist Candi Mendoza Nunez Smith, wine-maker and director of Bellwether Sue Bell, proud Meintangk and Wotjubalak woman, medical sonographer and genetic counselling student Dannielle Ghezzi, agriculturist, cook, artist and creator of The Post and Rail Cindy Bunt, principle dentist and director of Illumident Isabel Holmes, art worker and drag performer Kyra Sykes, as well as mother, gardener and loved senior community member Elizabeth Hodges.

Each portrait created shares what “woman’s work” means to them for International Women’s Day 2024.  

Viewable each night at sundown on the external foyer window of the Riddoch Arts & Cultural Centre.

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We acknowledge the Boandik Peoples as the traditional custodians of the land we meet on today. We respect their spiritual relationship with the land and recognise the deep feelings of attachment our First Nations Peoples have with the land.

Image: Belinda Bonney, Reconciliation of the Nation: we all walk together as one (detail)