Speaking Bunting by Sayraphim Lothian ( Brooklyn Reserve)
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Brooklyn Reserve, Nolan Ave, Brooklyn
In Speaking Bunting, the community is invited to drop by and write good advice, old sayings and folklore and knowledge on bunting flags that will then be sewn together on site and hung for others to read. As part of this project there is a free DIY Little Bunting drop in workshop where participants will be guided through the making of their own bunting to take home.
Sayraphim Lothian creates playful experiences for people. Her ‘Guerrilla Kindness’ reminds people of the niceness of life and the rewards for those who take the time to stop and look around them once in a while. Her works can be found in streets all around the world.
Sayraphim and her sewing machine will be in Brooklyn Reserve and Vernon Street and everyone is welcome.
This is part of Art and Public Places, a month-long, multi venue celebration of art and ideas, in all their forms, throughout Hobsons Bay. Everyday spaces become art sites as we discover artwork and artists from around the world and around the corner. Art in Public Places reminds us of the importance of public space for its ability to host diverse social exchanges and the communication of ideas to those who seek them, and those who happen upon them, in equal measure. Featuring a dynamic visual representation of sound, an augmented reality guided tour that takes care of you to, the international premier of a film about our very own Laverton, ‘Glow’ - by kids, for kids – and so much more.
For all the details, go to www.artinpublicplaces.com.au
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