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Moon Hangs Tattoo Parlour - Workshop

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Presented by talented queer people of colour (QPOC) artists Natalie de Rozario and Yasamin Khadembashi, this workshop invites you to join forces with fellow creatives as you co-create unique temporary tattoos. 

Dive deep into the meaning behind tattoo designs. Explore how temporary tattoos empower us to reclaim our personal narratives. This workshop celebrates the beauty and strength that tattoos can bring. Sip on complimentary homemade tea courtesy of Moon Hangs, and bring along your own cultural foods to share a feast with kindred spirits.

*Note that this workshop prioritises in engaging with those gender-diverse youth aged 12+, who find it helpful to identify with an Asian-Australian background. – That is, those that have been born and/or raised in Asia, or are children of immigrants from the Asian region, and still hold onto culturally significant markers of the region (through family or other means) as they live, study and work on Noongar Boodja (Perth). 

This free event is presented as part of the Youth Week WA KickstART Festival, presented by Propel Youth Arts WA. KickstART is supported by the Government of Western Australia through the Department of Communities and the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, and the City of Perth.


🫀 About KickstART Festival

The Youth Week WA KicksART Festival is a celebration of youth and creativity, supporting young artists to grow, improve and practice their craft. Free and accessible, if you’re creative and between 10-26 years old, KickstART is for you!

View the full festival program here:
For ongoing updates, follow us on our socials @propelyouthartswa and @kickstartfestivalwa on all platforms


The Youth Week WA KickstART Festival takes place on Noongar Boodjar, the ancestral lands of the Whadjuk people. We acknowledge and respect their continuing connection to Country, culture, and community. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across Australia. 

Propel Youth Arts WA is committed to reconciliation and supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people.

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