3D drawing workshop at Little Baghdad

The Long Table

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Undrawing the Line presented a 3D drawing workshop as part of a three night series of dinners called The Long Table – an exchange between the Iraqi community in Fairfield and the broader arts community in Sydney. The event was organised by the Powerhouse Youth Theatre for the Little Baghdad project. Each night over 70 people shared dinner, conversations and experiences as they learned about the situation in Iraq. Contributors included; Zahra Alsamawi, Reewan Al-Mahanna, Layla and Firas Naji, Cigdem Aydemir, Sean Bacon, Karen Therese, Jiva Parthipan, Kate Blackmore, Nicole Barakat, Zanny Begg, Ali Hamadi, Bashar Hanna and the Choir of Love, Haitham Jaju and The Parent’s Cafe, Province and Undrawing the Line.

The new large scale 3D drawing The Chant of Nudimmud that Undrawing the Line has been working on as part of the Little Baghdad project will be installed on the facard of the PYT building on Saturday July 11 for Let’s Party Like it’s 620BC.

Where: PYT, Harris St Fairfield
When: Saturday 11 July & Sunday 12 July, 3–7pm
Tickets: $10 (through Eventbrite or cash on the door)
Bookings: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/little-baghdad-lets-party-like-its-620bc-tickets-17550643447

Published by zannybegg

Zanny Begg lives in Bulli, on Dharawal land, and is an artist and film maker who is interested in hidden and contested history/ies. She works with film, drawing and installation to explore ways in which we can live and be in the world differently: this has included working with macro-political themes, such as alte-globalization protests, and in micro-political worlds, such as with kids in a maximum security prison.

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