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Teaching lace making art from Atiu

Wednesday 7 November 2012 | Published in Outer Islands

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Australia-based artist and academic Regine Wagner has spent the past two years travelling, immersing in different forms of art and the cultures that bear them – papier mache in Italy, textile printing in Sweden, an installation in the Blue Mountains. This month, her journey landed her in the South Pacific paradise of Enuamanu.

Australia-based artist and academic Regine Wagner has spent the past two years travelling, immersing in different forms of art and the cultures that bear them – papier mache in Italy, textile printing in Sweden, an installation in the Blue Mountains. This month, her journey landed her in the South Pacific paradise of Enuamanu.


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