Please join us to hear Clare Arni talk about her exhibition and the work she does in India documenting aspects of Indian cultural life. Her solo exhibition documents the lives of marginalised communities in some of the most remote regions of India and the disappearing trades of urban India. She will also provide an insight into the tradition of terracotta horse making and veneration of the Hindu gods.
The talk will be followed by a walk through to see the progress of the 3m high terracotta horse being created at the Midland Junction Arts Centre by Artist in Residence, Kasirajan Subbaiah from India.
Wednesday 30 August | 1.30pm - 3pm | Suitable for 15 yrs +
FREE | Bookings essential
Midland Junction Arts Centre 276 Great Eastern Hwy Corner of Cale St Midland WA