Digby and James Patterson reveal the long awaited commissioned work for Cushman & Wakefield Melbourne. Made up of six panels of Digby’s work, most of which were completed during his 10 day residency at Bundanon in 2018 ‘Bringing the laneways inside’ was a response to the laneways area of Melbourne’s CBD.
Digby is part of VIVID with Tumbalong Lights with an inclusive playground playSPACE. See What I Seeis an interactive installation that gives visitors a chance to experience the way Digby sees us. Stand in front of the frame and see yourself mirrored through advanced facial recognition technology that interprets your features and expressions into a morphing vision of colour and light that is uniquely Digby in style.
Front UP is excited to announce Digby Webster is our Patron/Ambassador. We are pleased to announce that Digby has accepted our invitation to be the Patron for Front Up. Digby has always supported Front Up since he was part of the first Emerge group back in 2016. The primary role for Digby as the Front Up patron/ambassador is to lend credibility and support to Front Up programs and events. Digby will play a formal part in the organisation and help raise awareness and support for Front Up.
The Wild Things – A night of performances, shared journeys and encounters.
Digby and James Nguyen co-curated an evening salon at PACT Theatre in Erskineville on 4th August 2018.
Artists and performers involved were: Chris Bunton, Emily Dash, Martin Fox and Raghav Handa, Ciaran Frame, Ryan McGoldrick, Brooke Leigh, Loc Nguyen, Captain Pipe, James Penny and Brianna Harris, Katy B Plummer, Morus Quin, M. Sunflower and Kezia Yap.
Digby was in residence for two weeks in May at Hill End. He produced portraits of people in the town and landscapes painted in acrylics on board and canvas. We were in residence at Haefliger’s cottage and were surrounded by kangaroos and herds of wild goats.