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Hatched Tactile Tour

Hatched Tactile Tour

As part of PICA’s Hatched Open Day, PICA and DADAA present a free tactile tour of the Hatched: National Graduate Show 2023 exhibition for blind or low vision people. 

Hatched presents a dynamic selection of emerging artists recently graduated from art schools across Australia. Nominated by their teachers and selected by a panel of artists and curators, Hatched represents the diverse and compelling practices of the next generation of artistic voices. As a cornerstone of PICA’s program and the only national graduate exhibition in the country, over its three decades of history Hatched has presented the work of Australia’s leading contemporary artists, providing a vital platform for early-career artists.   

How to Book

Please contact info@pica.org.au to book, please note places are limited.

About the Artist

DADAA is a leading arts and health organisation that creates access to cultural activities for people with disability or a mental illness. DADAA offers targeted programs that include a broad range of traditional and new media projects in Western Australian communities. 


Supporters

Hatched is made possible by the generosity of PICA’s Art1000 Donors, Major Exhibition Partner the Minderoo Foundation and Grace Fine Art. The Schenberg Awards are made possible by funds bequeathed to The University of Western Australia by Dr Harold Schenberg. 

PICA’s opening events, public programs, family and learning programs and studio residencies are supported by our Community Engagement Partner the City of Perth.  

This tactile tour is presented in partnership with DADAA.