Panel - NFTs and the impact on photographers and collectors

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Workshop - NFTs and the impact on photographers and collectors 

Date: Saturday, 27 November
Time: 12pm - 1pm (Sydney AEDT)
Locations: Paddington Reservoir Gardens

Cost: Free, donations welcome

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Hear all about NFTs and the effect they are having on artists and the artworld. If you’re thinking of branching out and creating your own non-fungible tokens or just curious what all the fuss is about, sign up to learn all about them now. 
In recent news, Mike Winkelmann — the digital artist known as Beeple, recently sold the original copy of 'Everydays: The First 5000 Days' as an NFT (nonfungible token), and was auctioned off for $69 million at Christies. Discover why NFT’s are purchased and whether to make that step into collecting or selling. 

About the panellists 


Ross Rudesch Harley, Former Dean of UNSW | Art & Design
Emeritus Professor Harley is an award-winning artist, writer and educator whose career crosses the bounds of traditional and creative arts research. His video and sound work has been presented at the Pompidou Centre in Paris, New York MoMA, Ars Electronica in Austria, the Biennale of Sydney, and at the Sydney Opera House.

Eva Nolan
Eva Nolan is an emerging, Sydney-based artist who investigates the role of biological taxonomies in our understanding of multispecies relationships. Nolan appropriates, and contemporises, the tradition of natural history illustration to entwine and entangle flora and fauna from disparate geographies and habitats as a symbol of symbiosis between all living things.

Olivia Anderson (AIME): 
Olivia Anderson is an 18 year old self-taught Aboriginal artist, based in Sydney Australia, and has been selected as our young AIME artist. Anderson’s first NFT collection digitally illustrates five generations of her family and their respective stories, through the use of totems and traditional Aboriginal symbols.

Mez Mia
Mez Mia is an art consultant at Justin Miller Art and project manager at Mint NFT gallery. Having worked across auctions houses, museums and art galleries, she has provided creative consultation and logistic support to the eight artists that took part in the inaugural M H Carnegie & Co Fine Art NFT Fellowship Award.

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November 27th, 2021 12:00 PM through  1:00 PM
Paddington Reservoir Gardens
251-255 Oxford St
Paddington, NSW 2021
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