STUDIO is a not for profit educational resource founded by Tamsen Hopkinson and Woody McDonald. Working across multiple art forms, STUDIO aims to document and communicate via online archives and IRL events. Initial projects include artists Buffalo Daughter (JPN) and Archie Moore, with an upcoming broadcasting exhibition at COMPOSITE in 2023.
Woody McDonald is a curator and broadcaster based in Melbourne. His previous roles include Music Director at Meredith / Golden Plains festival and RISING. In 2023 he will be launching the Eighty Six and will enter into his 20th year as a broadcaster with 3RRRFM. Tamsen Hopkinson (Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāti Pāhauwera) is a Māori curator and artist whose practice is an expression of Tino Rangatiratanga (Indigenous Sovereignty) considering ideas around education, translation, materiality and sound. Tamsen has worked across multiple contemporary art organisations over the last decade including West Space Inc, TCB Art Inc., UN Projects, Monash University of Art, Design and Architecture (MADA), Footscray Community Arts and The Substation.
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Image: Andy Lee recording Buffalo Daughter at the Northcote Social Club, 2022 @andy__le_