We actively promote Kiron and Gertrude’s work. We do this through our Facebook and Instagram social media platforms; by presenting seminars at public forums and for galleries, and by writing publications.
We are building a catalogue of artworks and supporting materials. Our aim is to build a comprehensive record documenting Kiron and Gertrude’s artworks and supporting materials, including personal papers and photographs.
We are searching for artworks that are not recorded in our catalogue. We do not want to purchase them, but we believe it is important to know about them, their history, and to make a record of them in our catalogue so it can be as complete as possible. If you know of any works by Kiron or Gertrude, please contact us.
We research and record stories and history.Through interviews and document analysis, we are actively researching the history of the artworks, and the stories of Kiron, Gertrude, and Bulbul’s lives. If you have a story to share, please contact us.
We produce products inspired by the art of Kiron and Gertrude. For us, producing contemporary interpretations of their work is a way of keeping their art and our heritage alive:
- We print on fabric and paper with Kiron’s carved woodblocks, just like Gertrude did in the 1950s and 1960s.
- We worked with artist Lei Wen to visualise Kiron’s sculpture garden as it was when they were alive.
- We have partnered with Redbubble so you can purchase contemporary interpretation of their works.
We conserve and repair works that are in poor condition. We have organised the conservation and repair of two of Kiron’s large oil paintings, and many works on paper. We are also working to clean and conserve family photographs, and to archivally store these, as well as the personal papers.