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Flamboyance, a making workshop

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Access2Arts

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Where:

Adelaide City Library, Third Floor, Rundle Place

Description

flamboyance (/flamˈbɔɪəns/) noun:

  1. the tendency to attract attention because of one’s exuberance, confidence, and stylishness.
  2. the quality of being bright, colourful, and very noticeable.
  3. a group of flamingos.

Despite (or in spite of) COVID-19 and social-distancing, The Gay Hooker (textile artist Richard Boyle) has gone global inviting our community to be part of his Flamboyance exhibition. Crochet your contribution, join Richard to learn the foundations of making a crochet flamingo to be part of this yarn-led COVID response.

Want to be part of Access2Arts’ Flamboyance participatory art project but don’t know where to begin? Join the Gay Hooker at this making workshop.

NOTE – Materials and crochet hooks provided.

WHERE: Adelaide City Library, Third Floor, Rundle Place

WHEN: Friday 18 September 2020, from 5:00 PM to 7:30pm

 

For more information:

Contact Access2Arts by phone: 08 8463 1689

or email: flamboyance@access2arts.org.au

NOTE – Materials and crochet hooks provided.

Flamboyance is supported by the Adelaide City Library, as part of the Feast Festival.

City of Adelaide, City Library logo

The Feast Festival Logo

Accessibility

  • wheelchair accessibleWheelchair accessible