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Come join us to create an awesome collaborative canvas with Kambarni, themed around the current Noongar season, Kambarang. We recommend participants be 5yrs+.

  • Dates:Nov 9
  • Time(s):2.30pm to 4.30pm
  • Venue:Rabble Books & Games

Details

  • Hosted By:Rabble Books & Games
  • Venue Address:Rabble Books & Games, 46 Eighth Avenue, Unit 2, Maylands, WA 6051
  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Venue:Rabble Books & Games
  • Audience:Family-Friendly,For kids 4-12,For teens 13-17

Description

The workshop is free, but registration is essential. Part of the broader Maylands Festival, the workshop will be held from 2:30-4:30pm Saturday 9th November (note this is the day before the street festival), out the BACK of Rabble Books - you can access it through the bookshop, or via Greenslade Lane.

Whilst there will be shade, some of the canvas will be in the sun for part of the time, so wear sunscreen and a hat!

This workshop is possible thanks to community funding from a Maylands SOUP. Thank you to everyone who supported this project! We hope it will be the first of many!

About the artist

Kambarni is descended from the Nimunburr and Yawuru people of the Kimberley and the Ballardong Noongar people of the Perth region in Western Australia. He is an emerging illustrator who reflects the natural world with his intricate designs. He has published a picture book, At the Beach I See, through Magabala Books.

The event image is one of Kambarni's previous collaborative murals.

Location

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