Museum of Brisbane
2 Oct, 2019 - 8 Mar, 2020
Can small acts of resistance create big change? Artist Rachael Haynes uses these ideas in her interactive installation Threads of Resistance, drawing from language to capture the many voices of contemporary feminism.
Presented as part of New Woman, the installation includes text-based drawing and fabric works derived from Rachel’s research into feminist social history archives.
Families and children are invited to express their hopes and visions for a better future by creating their own mini protest banners with our Pocket Placard activity.
Be inspired by Rachael’s works and share your ideas for a better world as you play with text, shape and colour to make your own felt pocket placard. Contribute to the installation by sticking it to the felt board or put your pocket on your clothes or bag and take home with you.
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Adelaide Street, Level 3, City Hall, Brisbane City,
John Fu Chong grew up in Malaysia before moving to Singapore to study fine art. Immigrating to Australia in 1981
Labirinto, is an exhibition by Brazilian artist and academic Christus Nóbrega, and refers to a technique of lace-making traditionally practiced by the women of Paraíba.
The Love Me Again Market provides the opportunity for fashion lovers to set up a stall, earn some cash and give your pre-loved outfits a
Dennis McCart’s paintings in Contested Landscapes are derived from urban fringe sites that are both visually compelling and charged with implications of use
More than 50 spiritual and holistic experts will take up residence at the Carrara Market’s Events Arena over the Mother’s Day weekend, Saturday 13 and