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Anthony Vue Workshop with ILC Students


In the first week of May, all ILC art students participated in workshops led by Anthony Vue, a renowned contemporary artist who uses imagery and patterns from his Hmong background to create artworks for public spaces in the community. Students worked with industrial tapes and used motifs based on the Hmong alphabet to create bright, complex and exciting patterns that reflected their own backgrounds, blended with Hmong and modern themes.

The 196 artworks that were created during the workshops can be seen on Anthony’s website:!pa-kor-day/um7jo and will be installed in the windows of Logan Central library on Saturday the 4th June. Anthony is looking forward to seeing the windows “explode with colour” and will donate the artworks to the school when the installation is taken down on Saturday 27th June.

If you are interested in making some equally exciting designs, Anthony will be running a workshop at Logan Central Library during the school holidays on Thursday 16 June: 1pm - 2:30pm for young people & 3:30 - 4:30pm for adults. I can guarantee that you will enjoy making these stunning artworks.​