From Andrew Hall:
ZoomMUSE is starting a new series of interviews with artists to be done on Monday, called ZoomMUSE Visual Art.
This video interview is a teaser for the first ZoomMUSE Visual Art presentation, by Rohana Laing, which is this coming Monday, March 29 via Zoom. YouTube link: https://youtu.be/7JtE3Xp0QU0
The time of the event on 29 March is:
– at 12 Noon Los Angeles time / 3 p.m. on the East Coast
– at 8 p.m. in London UK / 9 p.m. in Berlin
– at 6 a.m. March 30 in Sydney, Australia
No password is required. You will enter a Zoom “waiting room” and the host will start admitting the audience 15 minutes beforehand.
Rohana Laing is a long-time Subud member (former International Helper and currently a national Helper) and artist who lives on Vancouver Island. Rohana went to art school in the early 1960s where she studied painting and print-making. In the 1970s, she developed a unique style of batik fabric paintings. Rohana’s paintings are influenced by her love of textiles, pattern, design and folk art from many cultures. She is inspired by bright colours, old buildings and scenes with people in action. Until last year’s pandemic shutdown, Rohana lived in Mexico in the winter and on Vancouver Island in the summer.