Date(s) - 14/03/2020
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Aboriginal Art Exhibition
Exhibition titled ‘Malka Wirri Wirri’ by the Malka Collective .
Three generations of artists exhibit from the Sanderson Bromley family including friends of all ages, together with their mentor Liz Wauchope. Featured artists and demonstrators will be Iteka and Temaana Sanderson- Bromley and Tjimarri Sanderson-Milera. They will host an exciting interactive experience centred on bush foods, and an exploration of Indigenous cultural themes of place and identity through participatory silk painting.
Demonstrations and interactive workshops will be open to the public on weekends. Visitors will be invited to work with the artist to paint colour into the designs using silk paints. As they create art together, the artist will explain the cultural meanings, uses and places of origin of the pictures and symbols.
Works from other artists from the Malka Collective will also be on display .
Aunties and Nanas from the Yuratu-Mathana (Many Women) collective will also participate.
The exhibition will grow as wall hangings generated by the workshops/demonstrations are included and displayed in the gallery.