MoB Artist in Residence Tammy Law, explores how immigration laws and processes impact family narratives and histories. To highlight some local stories of migration and displacement, join Tammy Law, Vernon Ah Kee, Tintin Wulia and special guest facilitator as they discuss the impacts of forced migration and how it can be applied through art.
Spend the evening at MoB for this inspiring and honest discussion that speaks to real stories of displacement through the generations. The panel will share how they speak to their multi-generational family histories through their artwork and reflect on their own stories and how they are able to share them with audiences.
Fractured Dreams & Indefinite Scars is presented as part of BrisAsia Festival. This panel discussion, Dreams and Scars: Family histories and creative practice is proudly presented by Museum of Brisbane.