We acknowledge that this event will take place on the stolen lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations. Sovereignty has never been ceded, nor has a treaty ever been signed. We acknowledge all First Nations people who continue to practice language and culture in the face of ongoing colonialism and cultural genocide.
Alright folks life drawing sessions with Atong Atem are back!
Atong Atem is a South Sudanese writer and visual artist whose reflective writing questions the idea of home, isolation and personal fantasy. Atem’s distinctive artistic practice combines both photography and hand painting.
Her work has been featured in i-D, Okayafrica,Mars Gallery, exhibited at The Brisbane Powerhouse Museum, where she won the inaugural MELT Portrait Prize.
If your host wasn’t already dope af. Your ticket will include a cheeky arrival sangria and grazing table.
There are limited spots for this session. It will be first in best dressed or make a booking to guarantee your spot.
Equipment supplied but more than welcome to bring your own.
The venue is not accessible.