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The Collective Canvas: A Collaborative Art Journey Workshop

Date
26 July 2023
Time
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Venue
Mitcham Memorial Library
154 Belair Road
Hawthorn, SA 5062 Australia
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AT MITCHAM LIBRARY

Join Anangu artist Bianca Levai in a captivating workshop that will inspire community collaboration through an immersive art experience. Together telling of personal stories to represent diverse voices and collective spirit of our community.

The City of Mitcham welcomes all to this FREE workshop

Sessions are for ALL AGES: Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by parent/ guardian

Mitcham Memorial Library| 20th July Thursday | 10am-1pm

Mitcham Memorial Library| 26th July Wednesday | 2-5pm

About the Artist:

Bianca Levai is a multidisciplinary, Yankunytjatjara artist living and working on Kaurna Yerta in Adelaide, South Australia. Through her diverse artistic practice encompassing painting, weaving, ceramics, and wearable forms, she exudes a vibrant energy.

Guided by her Anangu heritage, influential blak women in the arts, and her revered grandmothers, Bianca’s work vividly captures the essence of her connection to country.

Her intricate Walka designs and mark making pay homage to the breathtaking landscape of the APY lands. Sharing her knowledge on Aboriginal peoples, art and cultures, Bianca passionately collaborates with community and students, nurturing their creative expressions. Her bold and striking use of colours further reflects her profound bond with her culture and country.

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