Linden Plays > Sculpting Magical Animals

Linden Plays > Sculpting Magical Animals
IMAGE > Magical Creature by Kate Robinson. Image courtesy of the artist. 

Join Kate Robinson, an Iranian/Australian artist, for a fun workshop inspired by Abdul-Rahman Abdullah’s exhibition, Journeys.

We will get some inspiration from Abdul-Rahman’s exhibition and then dive into our imagination to design and create our own magical animals with modelling clay, gems and glitter.

All ages are welcome. 

WHEN > Saturday 20 May 2023
TIME > 1PM to 2PM
VENUE > Linden Workshop Space, rear 26 Acland Street, St Kilda
COST > Free, Limited Spots

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Kate Robinson is an Iranian/Australian artist who loves to create colourful loud craft and murals. In 2020, she was the inaugural Feminist in Residence at Queen Victoria Women’s Centre, where she curated the community craftivist exhibition ‘Make a Fuss’. She currently serves on the board for NextWave, and the QVWC Trust. Kate also co-creates the podcast, Being Biracial, which is all about navigating the world as a mixed-race person. This podcast was developed as part of the residence program at Footscray community arts. For her, this podcast has been a chance to delve into what makes us whole.

Kate loves making art accessible and working with communities to reignite their creative side. To this end, she hosts craft workshops for local councils and galleries. In 2023, Kate will be an artist in residence at ArtsBox in Footscray, a judge of the Footscray Arts Prize for Young Artists, and a guest curator of the Amplify program for Maribyrnong City Council.  She held her first solo exhibition, Zendegi at ArtsGen Marios Gallery earlier this year.

For more information on Kate and her work see:

Instagram: @katethefeminist