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To mark the third anniversary of Myuran Sukumaran’s death and the conclusion of Another Day in Paradise, Tuggeranong Arts Centre has invited artists to participate in a creative vigil. On Sunday 29th April the Centre’s galleries, workshop, and rehearsal spaces will be filled with artists responding to Sukumaran’s story and his final series of paintings.
The day will culminate with the Canberra premiere screening of GUILTY, a hybrid feature film by Maggie Miles and Matthew Sleeth that takes audiences into the final 72 hours of Sukumaran's life.

Image: (gallery view) Another Day in Paradise, (foreground) Abdul-Rahman Abdullah, The Days, 2016. Photo: Martin Ollman.

‘During the 72 hours [prior] to his execution, Myuran painted prolifically, producing some of his most powerful work... In this series, produced under the most difficult circumstances, we see potent and emotional images of the man Myuran had become – determined, focused, talented and brave; looking unflinchingly toward the next painting, and the legacy that would survive his execution: his art.’ – Campbelltown Arts Centre
7am - 5pm, Sunday 29th April
All spaces. Free entry.

In the early hours of Sunday 29th April 2015, artist Myuran Sukumaran was executed by firing squad on Nusa Kambangan Island in Indonesia.
To commemorate the third anniversary of Sukumaran's death, audiences are invited to wander through the galleries and adjacent spaces and watch artists at work responding to Myuran Sukumaran's paintings and his story.

Participating artists:
Blaide Lallemand – interactive drawing
Dianna Nixon - vocal
Nigel Featherstone & Pete Lyon – songwriting
Jenny Blake – painting
Jen Webb – poetry 
Jess Higgins – etchings
Jim Moginie - guitar
Julia Higgs – drawing
Patrick Haesler - improvised trumpet & looping

Rachel Develin - sculpture
Rénald Navilly - watercolour

Tom Buckland – sculpture

Image: Myuran Sukumaran, Self portrait, Satu Hati, Satu Rasa Di Dalam Cinta (one heart, one feeling in love), 28 April 2015. Oil on canvas. Photo: Brenton McGeachie.
2pm-5pm, Sunday 29th April
The Hunting Lodge. Free Entry.

Writers of any form are invited to join an informal writing workshop to produce responses to Myuran Sukumaran's artwork. Participants will have the opportunity to read their work in a public presentation at 5.30pm.

3pm, Sunday 29th April
Galleries. Free Entry.

A responsive dance performance by Fresh Funk dancers, including Caroline Phengrasmy and Noah Gorrell.

3.30pm, Sunday 29th April
Galleries. Free Entry.

Join contemporary artist and filmmaker Matthew Sleeth for an in depth discussion about Another Day in Paradise including his commissioned work, Kerobokan Portraits (Andrew and Myuran).
Image: (gallery view) Matthew Sleeth, Kerobokan Portraits (Myuran and Andrew), 2013.

4pm, Sunday 29th April
The Hunting Lodge. Free Entry.

A 45-minute solo performance by Midnight Oil guitarist Jim Moginie traversing the 5 stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, sadness, acceptance.

Photo: Chris Frape.

Tuggeranong Arts Centre and Savage Films present:

Welcome and refreshments, 6pm
Filmmakers' Talk, 6.30pm
Screening, 7pm

With archival and dramatic material, Guilty is a hybrid feature that takes us into the final 72 hours of Myuran Sukumaran's life and the creation of his final paintings before his death by Indonesian firing squad on Nusakambagan Island on 29 April 2015.
The film will be preceded by a talk with filmmakers Matthew Sleeth and Maggie Miles.

Free event, bookings essential.

Guilty is a Savage Films production supported by HIVE Fund, Adelaide Film Festival, ABC Arts, Screen Australia, Australia Council for the Arts, Good Pitch Australia, Shark Island Institute, Documentary Australia Foundation, and Film Victoria.
Image: (film still) Peter Milne.

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