Barossa Regional Gallery
Cara Boehm's journey with music began with keyboard lessons, around age five. As a teen, she played in a percussion group and took up the saxophone, going on to study jazz at the University of Adelaide. Performing in small and large ensembles of various genres, teaching keyboard and various woodwind, Cara began exploring different styles, and through composition and lyrics uncovered her own voice. Comfortable across a range of instruments, her work is marked with soulful melodies, unique interpretation and thoughtful expression. By day, Cara is the Programs Officer at Barossa Regional Gallery. She has a cat to support.
Keynote Address - First Nations Art in the 21st Century
Presenter: Sally Scales
How can we do better and support the sharing for First Nations culture within the gallery and visual arts sectors and how do we ensure our creative spaces are safe and respectful places for First Nations People. Join Pitjanjatjara woman, Sally Scales as she speaks to her experiences as a First Nations advocate, artist and cultural leader. Sally is part of the Uluru Statement Dialogue Leadership and a member of the Government’s Referendum Working Group. She has worked with the APY Art Centre Collective since 2013.