Museum of Brisbane
15 Feb, 2020 - 7 Mar, 2020
This series of creative workshops at Museum of Brisbane explores an array of opinions of contemporary feminism and celebrates our differences. Protest Poetry also considers how to address the pressing concerns of equal rights and social justice today.
Join artist Rachael Haynes and Brisbane poet Sarah Holland Batt to explore connections between poetry and protest. Through conversation and inspiration, co-create a large-scale collective banner, incorporating fabric techniques and playing with pattern and colour.
The completed banner will be displayed at the WOW Australia 2020 Festival.
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64 Adelaide Street, Level 3, City Hall, Brisbane City,
Enjoy a hands-on learning experience in some of the most photogenic parts of Brisbane.
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Learn polymer clay conditioning, marbling,
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