Image: Holly Story, Offerings, 2006, plant dye, blankets and repurposed jarrah wooden stools. Photography by Rebecca Mansell

Running Deep is an exhibition which looks at the practices of senior WA artists Holly Story and Kati Thamo through the lens of their enduring friendship and creative engagement with WA’s South Coast.

Join Holly Story and Kati Thamo for a relaxed tour of the exhibition and to learn more about their work, process and relationship with one another. The discussion will be followed by a question and answer session. The talk will be facilitated by City of Fremantle Art Collection Curator André Lipscombe.

Grab a coffee from Canvas and join us in FAC’s Collections Gallery from 2pm Sat 18 Aug.

Speakers

Holly Story is an established Fremantle-based visual artist. She has an extensive making career using fibre and thread as well as printing making, assemblage, dye making and the use of resins and Kinos derived from natural plant sources. Story has exhibited locally and nationally with works in State and National collections including Artbank, Bankwest, Art Gallery of WA, City of Fremantle, Curtin University of Technology, Holmes à Court Collection and more.

Kati Thamo has exhibited prints and drawings nationally and overseas, and has been the recipient of numerous awards. She has also completed a number of public art commissions. Thamo is represented in State and National public collections including Print Council of Australia, Artbank, Burnie Regional Art Gallery, City of Fremantle, Murdoch University and Queensland University of Technology.