Coffee and Conversation with Mona Ryder

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Bring your coffee, and meet Mona in conversation with Bec Mac at the Old Ambo, Nambour.

The artist’s work explores themes of domesticity, gender politics and memory through her multi-media practice – a practice that spans more than 4 decades and has been exhibited widely. Incongruities, juxtapositions, materiality and theatricality pervade her work, building tensions, raising questions and creating a dual sense of disquiet and warmth. Underlying all is an edge of wry humour.

Limited spaces. Registrations essential.

This event is part of fabric Slow Fashion | Artful Living.

*fabric* is supported by the Regional Arts Development Fund and council’s Living Smart program.

DATE: 16 March 2021
TIME: 10-11am
LOCATION: Old Ambulance Station, Howard Street Nambour
PRICE: FREE

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