The F Word: VAULT Magazine

Issue 32 Launch

In partnership with VAULT Art + Culture Magazine, we’re exploring The F Word.

This December, VAULT Art + Culture Magazine is pleased to announce the launch of its much-anticipated Issue 32: The Future is Female.

Editor in Chief Alison Kubler has overseen VAULT’s biggest issue to date. Issue 32 offers different perspectives on what is means to practice as a female-identifying person today.

To celebrate the launch of the Magazine, we’re presenting an afternoon of conversation with passionate and diverse speakers responding to the themes of Issue 32.

Over two sessions chaired by Alison Kubler, our guest speakers will unpack ideas presented in The Future is Female and discuss how it resonates with them personally and in their professional practice.

Join us for some thought-provoking conversation; tickets include a complimentary drink on arrival, light refreshments, and a complimentary issue of the latest copy of VAULT Magazine.

Presented by HOTA, Home of the Arts and VAULT as part of HOTA’s UPSPRING program

Act One – Looking Back


Alison Kubler speaks to academic Dr. Sue Best; First Nations artist Judy Watson; Curatorial Manager, International Art, QAGOMA, Geraldine Kirrihi Barlow; artist Sancintya Mohini Simpson and Director of the Walls, Gold Coast and artist Rebecca Ross.


Act Two – Looking Forward


Alison Kubler speaks to our own HOTA Gallery Director Tracy Cooper-Lavery; Griffith University Art Museum Director Angela Goddard; First Nations artist and academic Dr Fiona Foley, and artist Natalya Hughes.

VAULT Art + Culture Magazine

We’re delighted to partner with Vault Art + Culture magazine to launch Issue 32 (Nov – Jan).

Produced quarterly, VAULT identifies the pre-eminent artists, designers, collectors and enthusiasts in Australia, New Zealand and beyond. With an enduring interesting in fashion, food, literature and the finest forms of visual expression, VAULT offers a fresh and insightful perspective into the word and mind of the creative.

Each issue champions a new sense of appreciation for contemporary creativity and speaks fluently to a community of readers passionate about the arts and corresponding culture.

VAULT Art & Culture Magazine

Eat & Drink

As well as your complimentary drink on arrival, there’s plenty of options to eat and drink at HOTA. The Lakeside Terrace Bar will be open throughout the event; or stop by the HOTA Café for a coffee or meal beforehand.

From 3.15pm, join us on the Lakeside Terrace to celebrate Day 3 of HOTA’s 12 Days of Christmas – cocktails, nibblies, and free live music by Santa Taranta. Keep an eye out for our Disruptors in Residence, Coco Loco, who might appear with their colourful brand of street theatre performance.

Keeping you safe

It is incredibly important to us that you have a safe experience when you come to HOTA. We have a COVID Safe plan which you can read on our FAQs page and there are some new conditions of entry which you should read before purchasing a ticket or attending an event at HOTA.

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