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A taste of my three month Artist residency in John Muafangejo Art Centre in Windhoek, Namibia, where I experimented in dyeing and printing on fabric creating new work, gave a workshop to the students ...

A taste of my three month Artist residency in John Muafangejo Art Centre in Windhoek, Namibia, where I experimented in dyeing and printing on fabric creating new work, gave a workshop to the students in the College of the Arts and worked with children in Moreson Special Needs school, Finished with an exhibition of my work in the JMAC gallery and saw some of the beautiful countryside.

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  • Maeve Hunter Artist Residency JMAC Windhoek Namibia August – October 2013
  • Experimenting with cardboard printing a popular Technique in Namibia
  • The print on fabric
  • Dyeing and printing in the studio
  • Some water colours of colourful Namibians
  • Opening an Exhibition in the Hilton Hotel Windhoek
  • Other artists at work in the studio
  • Sarah worked with me both as an artist and as a student. We both gained inspiration from each other
  • My Exhibition Work
  • Papier Mache pieces
  • Cotton Hangings
  • Framed pieces
  • Moreson School for special needs
  • Marbling paper with the whole school
  • Back for the seniors to do fabric dyeing and marbling
  • Samples of their work. The bags were made from the previous weeks marbling on paper
  • Workshop with Visual Art Students College of Art
  • The students work done in my workshop hanging beside the work they had done in a textile project in college
  • A Little Piece of Namibia………..
  • I want to thank the John Muafangejo Art Centre for giving me the opportunity to visit and work in Namibia and Cynthia Schimming my wonderful hostess for the trip who kindly brought me to see some of the stunning landscape and looked after me so well. © Maeve Hunter 2014