Di has been invited to address the TAASA Textile Study Group this month:


Asian Influences in Australian
Indigenous Textiles
14 April 2015
Di Stevens, owner/curator of the Tali Gallery in Rozelle, discusses how Asian inspirations have influenced traditional and modern Australian Indigenous artefacts and textiles.


The Asian Arts Society of Australia Inc. (TAASA) provides a forum for enthusiasts and experts to share their interests in, and pursue the study of a wide range of arts from the entire Asian region.

TAASA was formed in 1991. It is a national body promoting the knowledge, appreciation and enjoyment of Asian architecture, painting, sculpture, textiles and ceramics, music, dance and film. It is also concerned with the impact of Asian art forms on the development of the arts of other cultures, including Australian.

TAASA’s activities are designed to complement those of public museums, art galleries and educational institutions. Active focus groups reflecting members’ interests and inviting their involvement are based in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.

TAASA Talk by Di Stevens Tali Gallery