Engaged personal connections

This exhibition looks so interesting. Wish I could have visited it.

Art + Media

by Brit Bunkely, Adrienne Spratt, Michelle Backhouse, Pietertje van Splunter, Edward Walton Left to Right: St Cyricus, plastic, artificial flowers and Epoxy, 40 x 15 x 60 cm by Brit Bunkley; Netting, wire and acrylic, by Michelle Backhouse; Pouhine (red basket form), harakeke (flax), muka (flax fibre), commercial dyes. Raranga + whatu (M?ori weaving techniques) by Adrienne Spratt; Lake Alice Water-tower, plastic, paint and artificial flowers, 60 x 12 x 12 cm, by Brit Bunkley; Into the pink, wire and acrylic, by Michelle Backhouse; Cleaning the Air, 43 sec video + Daily Dishes, 7 min 11 sec video by Pietertje van Splunter; Oil on canvas by Edward Walton; From the War / No War series, six laser print on card reliefs (obliquely on the wall) by Hohepa; Kete Pingao, 20 x 10 cm, woven basket by Brenda Tuuta; Herenga rahi (Big connections/confinement), harakeke, muka, tanekaha bark and paru dyes. Raranga, whatu (M?ori weaving techniques…

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One more day at Magda Community Artz

Ruha 10-12 only if you want to catch up with her!

You can find out more about Magda Community Artz events HERE

Be Illumined

(Sunday 8th October)

This is your last chance to see the exhibition in Brisbane.

We are open from 10-4pm today.

From 10 until 12 Ruha and Minaira Fifita will be sharing tapacloth painting and talking about the background of how tapa and the materials put on it are created and where they come from.

And from 2-3pm  A workshop writing poetry inspired by the art in Illumine will be taking place, with poet June Perkins.

We shut at 4pm.

(And then it is onto the Gold Coast)

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Illumine Opening Night

Opening Night Illumine. 50 people gathered to share art, music, poetry, supper in the lead up to the Bicentennial Weekend. A gift to Baha’u’llah, of the arts!

Thank you to Magda Community Artz for use of their space.  As well as all those assisting us behind the scenes to make this happen, particularly local Baha’is and Baha’is of Gold Coast.

Be Illumined

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