Below are some amazing Story City projects that were available for a limited time and will now live on in the archive! Click on the images below to find out more:
This project was a self-guided audio tour on the Story City app for the Maiwar project, an art installation in Brisbane’s Vibrant Laneways Outdoor Gallery, as part of Brisbane City Council’s Black History Month, July 2016.
Maiwar, the traditional word used to refer to the waterway now known as the Brisbane River, is a visual art exhibition featuring contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists. Explore the Vibrant Laneways Outdoor Gallery sites including Eagle Lane, Hutton Lane, Fish Lane, King George Square Car Park and Giffin Lane. The exhibition program includes an installation at the Museum of Brisbane and nightly projections on the William Jolly Bridge.
Maiwar was the signature event of Black History Month in July 2016. For further information about black history month visit www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/blackhistorymonth This project was an initiative of the Brisbane City Council.
Artists featured in the tour include: Glennys Briggs, Hannah Bront , Megan Cope, Archie Moore, Ryan Presley, and Judy Watson.
Curators featured in the tour include: Blaklash Collective – Freja Carmichael, Katina Davidson, and Amanda Hayman.
Here are some samples of the amazing audio interviews with some of the artists.
An Interview with Glennys Briggs:
An Interview with Ryan Presley:
This project was a self-guided digital art tour (video and audio) on the Story City app in Brisbane’s Vibrant Eagle Lane, as part of Brisbane City Council’s BrisAsia, March-August 2016.
The installation create by Engage Arts, and featuring artists Elysha Rei (Gould), and Vanghoua Anthony Vue, celebrated these two talented artists Asian heritage with each piece augmented on the app by an video showing that piece being installed, and an audio interview with the artist. This was so, even with the pieces removed at the end of the festival, curious visitors could still see the installation in digital form. Engage Arts developed the curatorial theme of ‘Weaving Our Heritage’ and contracted Brisbane-based artists, Vanghoua Anthony Vue and Elysha Rei (Gould), both of whom explore their Asian heritage through their art practice, to produce new works especially for the installation. Vue is a multidisciplinary artist who draws on popular culture, street art, language systems and Hmong textile traditions, weaving aspects of his Hmong heritage into a contemporary art context. Rei explores her Japanese lineage, using concepts of community transition and migration by referencing symbolic Japanese animals, plants and patterns and placing them within new environments.
For further information about BrisAsia visit https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/whats-on/type/festivals This project was thanks to Engage Arts and Brisbane City Council.
Here are some samples of the amazing art installation videos and audio interviews with the artists.
An Interview, and video installation, with Elysha Rei (Gould):
An Interview, and video installation, with Vanghoua Anthony Vue:
Created by: Boardwalk Ice on Whyte & Lincoln Ho
This project was a self-guided digital art tour (video) on the Story City app in Edmonton’s Downtown core at 5 restaurant patios, as part of the Ice on Whyte ice sculpture Festival, February 2021.
It is time to come out and explore!
Boardwalk Ice on Whyte is brightening up winter in Edmonton by adding breathtaking ice sculptures from award-winning artists to winter patios around downtown and Old Strathcona.
In this tour of the downtown city sculptures you’ll not only meet the talented sculptors who bring these works of art to life and hear the inside stories behind the sculptures, but you’ll see behind-the-scenes of how these plain blocks go from installation, to draft, to fully fledged works of art. At the stops, why not show our local restaurant hosts some love by picking up a bite to eat or drink on your tour.
This journey starts at the Central Social Hall located on Jasper Ave, and 109th Street.
The Ice on Whyte Festival was founded in 2003 by the Old Strathcona Business Association in partnership with local artists interested in presenting the unique art-form of ice carving to Edmonton. In 2011, the Ice on WHyte Festival Society was founded and in 2016, the Society attained registered charitable status to ensure its long-term sustainability and ability to work and grow inside of its vision, mission and charitable objectives. Ice on Whyte was rated by World Atlas as one of the world’s 10 Best Ice Festivals in 2017, by Readers’ Digest as one of the top 10 winter festivals in Canada and is also the winner of the 2012 Alberta Pride Alto Award from Travel Alberta.
Visit us at www.iceonwhyte.ca or follow ups @iceonwhyte #iceonwhyte
Here are some samples of the amazing art installation videos and interviews with the artists.
An Interview, and video installation, with Steve Buzak:
An Interview, and video installation, with Mark Berge: