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Ngatu Learning Space

4 April 2020
1:00pm - 3:00pm
UNSW Galleries

Members of the family, in partnership with IVI designs, offer an open and interactive learning space where participants can gather to learn from each other through the creation of smaller works on bark cloth.

Ruha Fifita (b. 1990, Vava’u, Tonga; lives in Brisbane, Australia) is a visual and performing artist investigating the histories of collaborative frameworks for art-making and the evolution of the social values and functions that they fulfil and/or have the potency to capture, propagate, and influence. In 2006 she co-founded ON THE SPOT (OTS), an arts organisation aimed at exploring and utilising the arts as a tool for community building. Ruha is currently Pacific Arts Research Assistant for QAGOMA.

WHEN: SATURDAY 4 APRIL 2020
WHERE: UNSW GALLERIES
ADDRESS: CNR OF OXFORD ST & GREENS RD, PADDINGTON NSW 2021

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Image: Ruha Fifita, ‘Lototō’ 1 2016 (detail), earth pigments, natural dyes and tuitui (Candlenut soot) on ngatu (barkcloth). Image courtesy: the artist. Photograph: Arnaud Elissalde