Art Decoder and the Migration Story

Explore your personal story through an experimental artmaking workshop with Tym Yee.

This socially engaged workshop investigates how creating art can facilitate powerful conversations. Work with Tym to construct small sculptural assemblages in response to group discussion around migration, third culture and cultural diaspora. No art experience required!

Tym will talk about his own work and the theme of Australian migration histories and third culture kids. Participants will be asked to reflect on their own journey to Australia, and migration in general. Take part in group discussion and create an assemblage to reflect your personal story or views.

Materials will be provided. Bookings are essential.

Suitable for adults and children 12+.

This workshop will take place in the Creator Space at Chatswood Library.

Image: Tym Yee, Liquid Network, 2021, drink dispensers and liquid

About Tym Yee

Tym Yee is an emerging artist living and working in Sydney, Australia. He has exhibited paintings with Michael Reid Studio Direct and Michael Reid Northern Beaches Gallery, directed by best-selling author and curator Amber Crewswell-Bell and also shown with Weswal Gallery, Uralla Gallery, and aMBUSH Gallery. In 2020 he was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to join metaLAB @ Harvard, a multidisciplinary arts-based research group, where he previously developed a conceptual creative practice methodology that formed a crucial part of his PhD research.

This event is part of the Council curated exhibition Inner Edge Drifting and the Chatswood Year of the Rabbit Festival, the North Shore’s premier Lunar New Year celebrations presented by Willoughby City Council.


  • Saturday, 04 February 2023 | 11:00 AM - 01:00 PM


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