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In addition to the international exhibition at Fremantle Arts Centre and John Curtin Gallery,
a festival program of exhibitions and events is presented by craft artists, galleries, art spaces and craft groups in support of the IOTA21 themes.

From Sep-Nov 2021 in Western Australia.

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WAFTA ‘After Bloom’ Kings Park Wildflower Festival 2021

11 September - 26 September

Kerrie Argent, Stamina & Survival, 2020, Recycled aluminium, flower seeds and buds, copper wire, 120 x 200 Diptych 00cm dip, Photographed by Jayne-Maree Argent

Julia Andrijasevich, Kerrie Argent, Joy Cicchini, Annette Davis, Julie Devereaux, Nicole Francois, Philomena Hali, Penny Jewell, Trudi Pollard, Rowan Rovere, Pip Rundle, Alla Salem, Tania Spencer, Linda Stokes, Jane Stone, Julie Sutton, Joyce Tasma, Pauline White, Anne Williams

After Bloom is a series of events by The Western Australian Fibre and Textile Association (WAFTA) in and around the Yorkas Nyinning Gallery at the Women’s Memorial Park, Forrest Drive, Kings Park as part of the Kings Park Wildflower Festival. After Bloom includes daily demonstrations of all things ‘fibre’ using seeds and plant material from the park which passers-by are encouraged to try out. The project also includes site-specific ephemeral artwork, a community art project, an exhibition, and a shop selling fibre works inside the gallery.

Venue

Yorkas Nyinning Gallery
Pioneer Womens' Memorial, Forrest Drive
Kings Park, Western Australia 6005 Australia
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