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When
10:00am - 11:00am 23rd February
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QUT Art Museum

Learn how to make interesting rhythms with your hands, feet, voice and simple percussion instruments.

Come and make music in the galleries on the final day of the exhibition Anne Wallace: Strange Ways. Lead by world fusion artist Zaia Kendall, a rhythmic and melodic percussionist known for her mysterious instrumental music, this group workshop will teach you how to make interesting rhythms with your hands, feet, voice and simple percussion instruments (provided). Be inspired by the compelling paintings of figurative artist Anne Wallace as you play, many of which are heavily influenced by music and poetry.

Zaia has played with music projects in Australia and overseas and teaches percussion and marimba workshops. Inspired by her mentor Linsey Pollak, Zaia is interested in odd rhythms, particularly Balkan style rhythms. Passionate about the healing qualities of music, she lives on a Permaculture farm with her husband Tom and founded the not for profit organisation PermEco Inc., which Zaia supports in a number of roles.

This workshop is family friendly and caters for up to 50 people.

Contact
QUT Art Museum
QUT Art Museum
07 3138 5370
artmuseum@qut.edu.au

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Anne Wallace: Strange Ways

When:
9 November 2019 - 23 February 2020

Strange ways is the first major survey exhibition of Anne Wallace, and includes works from the early 1990s through to the current day. Born and raised in Brisbane in the 1970s, her highly accomplished figurative paintings are as much about the textual as the pictorial.