Join us in the Dome Gallery every Friday and Saturday these school holidays to learn the art of weaving with carriers of memory artist Kim Ah Sam.
Explore the exhibition and take part in a meditative and reflective activity that invites you to connect with the themes and techniques of Kim’s practice as you weave your own artwork to take home.
All ages and abilities welcome, get creative with a self-guided session on Fridays or learn from the artist herself on Saturdays when Kim will lead the activity in the space.
Kim Ah Sam is a Kuku Yalanji/Kalkadoon artist working across drypoint, etching, weaving, printmaking and paper making. Her weaving communicates a strong sense of self and belonging to Country.
Kim’s weaving process is often collaborative, involving storytelling and knowledge-sharing, a practice which is deeply embedded in First Nations communities Australia-wide. Kim has generously shared this activity as a means of understanding her practice and the skillful art of weaving. We invite you to create your own piece, reflect and experience the artworks on display.’
This resource is an outcome of Kim Ah Sam’s residency at Museum of Brisbane in 2020, supported by Tim Fairfax AC.