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Yarn Bombing the Tree of Knowledge (Kaartdijn Boorn)

In celebration of National Reconciliation Week, local Aboriginal artist Lea Taylor, will 'yarn bomb’ the Tree of Knowledge at the City of Perth Library. 
Yarn bombing is a popular street art movement that involves beautifying an area by covering objects in knitted or crocheted yarn. In her own version, Lea will use ancient weaving techniques to create coil ropes of natural and hand dyed raffia. The ropes will be hand stitched around the trunk and lower branches of the Tree of Knowledge.
About Lea Taylor
Lea Taylor is an award-winning weaver and artist from the Wadandi/Minang Nations of South West Western Australia. She was taught basic basket weaving by noted Aboriginal artist Sharyn Egan, and now works full-time as an artist and weaver. Lea shares her culture through her art and through the weaving, art and culture workshops she runs for schools, youth groups, community centres and independently.
Date: 27 and 28 May 2019 (during Library opening hours)
Venue: Level 4, City of Perth Library
Cost: Free
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    27 and 28 May 2019, view during Library opening hours.

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    Free event

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    City of Perth Library

    573 Hay Street

    Perth WA 6000

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