You can book a star weaving workshop with us anytime.
16 Days of Activism is a great time to introduce star weaving to your workplace, school community, organisation or community.
Here in Brisbane, Australia, we are running a free star weaving workshop with Moreton Bay Regional Council:
North Lakes Library
10 The Corso, North Lakes 4509
Saturday 27th November, 1pm – 3:30pm.
Street and underground parking available.
To attend, please make sure you register online, for catering and workshop purposes. https://www.moretonbay.qld.gov.au/Events/Public-Art-As-Activism
For Saturday’s workshop, we will begin with a discussion, facilitated by artist Chantal Fraser. Chantal is another Brisbane-based artist. Her practice explores identity and individuality through ornaments.
Chantal has exhibited at various national and international institutions, including QAGOMA, Brisbane; Artbank, Sydney; QUT Art Museum, Brisbane and La Cité internationale des Arts, Paris; Les Brassieres in Belgium; and Tjibaou Cultural Centre, New Caledonia.
Chantal and Maryann will talk about how the project started and share stories about the project’s impact to date.
After their conversation, Maryann will lead participants in a star weaving workshop. Everyone is welcome and materials are provided.
Art as Activism is part of the Council’s Cultivating the Arts program. We are also excited to be part of their Joy Connection – Weave for Joy next year.
See details below and make sure your book in.
|Thursday 6th Jan 2022||1pm – 3pm||Redcliffe Library|
|Thursday 13th Jan 2022||10am – 12pm||Kruger Hall, Kallangur|
|Saturday 15th Jan 2022||10am – 12pm||Albany Creek Library|
|Thursday 20th Jan 2022||1pm – 3pm||The Vault, Caboolture Hub|
|Friday 28th Jan 2022||10:30am – 12:30pm||Deception Bay Library|
You can also keep up to date with what is happening with their arts and culture activities by subscribing to their monthly e-newsletter Arts Mail.
See you there!