Sharing Our ABI Knowledge: through story, art and culture

event date: 
Saturday, 9 September 2017 - 10:30am to 11:30am

Brain Injury Matters and United Brains invite people with an ABI and their supporters to a guided tour of the Dangerous Deeds exhibition and to share our knowledge of the ABI journey. Followed by a short walk or wheel to the Speak Up Space at Bayside City Plaza for more sharing and badge making with artist Larissa Mac Farlane.

Larissa Mac Farlane

Larissa Mac Farlane is a Melbourne-based artist working across the mediums of printmaking, street art and community arts practice. Her work is inspired by the urban-industrial landscape of Melbourne’s West, as well as her experiences of brain injury and disability, belonging and place, healing and change, and ways that we can celebrate what we love here and now. Larissa Mac Farlane has been involved in the Dangerous Deeds touring exhibition, now on at the WAG, as an artist, activist and facilitator.


For more information or to register your attendance to this event, please contact Larissa Mac Farlane via email larissalice [at] gmail [dot] com.