SaVĀge K’lub presents Prints of Paradise.
Join SaVĀge K’lub print maker, Numa Natures Gentleman, for 3 hours of screen printing in the participation zone in the Birmingham Museum’s industrial gallery. Explore wood block and stencil print making with markings and designs from Te Moana nui a Kiwa (Pacific Ocean) including a special SaVĀge K’lub stencil.
BYO shirts and material to upcycle into something new and original.
This is a free, drop-in event.
Numangatini Fraser Mackenzie aka Numa natures gentleman is an interdisciplinary artist working in large scale murals, tatau patterns and mixed media installation. His practice centres on the exploration of urban space and the processes of buildingconnections to his Pacific heritage. His research engages with literature on Oceanic art, museum collections as well as collaborations with living practitioners of art forms ranging from tatau, painting and to voyaging/navigation, printing and street art. He is actively involved in cultural heritage projects, research and community development in Aotearoa.
Numa has been a hradcore member of SaVĀge K’lub for 10 years. He has been printing through wood block and stencils sharing our history through our designs and patterns. He looks forward to bringing the fun of making and creating which is a core feature of SaVĀge K’lub.