16 & 17 SEPTEMBER

16 & 17 SEPTEMBER

Bookings Opening Soon
2022

Weaving

  • Day 2, Tuesday Sep 13, 2022
  • Presenter: Kyra Mancktelow
  • Media: Design & Sculpture
  • Skills developed: weaving & cultural practise
2022

About the Session

2022

About the Session

Join Quandamooka artist Kyra Manckletow, winner of the 2021 NATSIAs Emerging Artist category, in a beginner-friendly weaving workshop. Gain a deeper insight into Kyra's diverse and evolving artistic practice, as you are expertly guided to create your own woven artwork. Participants will receive a follow-along raffia kit to create their piece during this interactive workshop.

ARTIST

Kyra Mancktelow

Artist
ARTIST

Kyra Mancktelow

Kyra Mancktelow’s multidisciplinary practice investigates legacies of colonialism, posing important questions such as how we remember and acknowledge Indigenous histories.
A Quandamooka artist with links to the Mardigan people of Cunnamulla, Kyra’s practice includes printmaking, ceramics, and sculpture – each applying a unique and distinct aesthetic. Kyra works with various materials to share her rich heritage, stories, and traditions to educate audiences and strengthen her connection to Country. Her printmaking explores intergenerational trauma as a result of forced integration on colonial missions, and her use of local materials in her sculpture, including clay, emu features, and Talwalpin (cotton tree), strengthens her connection to Country.
A recent graduate from Queensland College of Art’s Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art program, Kyra won the 2021 Telstra Emerging Artist Award at The National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Awards, and a Special Commendation at the 2021 Churchie National Emerging Art Prize.

Artwork Images