Aboriginal art and craft class using natural materials
This April, Balak Arts will open up their Mornington Peninsula workspace, inviting to adults and children to participate in another bush sculpture creature workshop.
Bush Sculpture Workshop
Owned and operated by Aboriginal artists from Frankston, the Mornington Peninsula and wider south-east Melbourne community, Baluk Arts is a non-profit Victorian Aboriginal arts organisation based in Mornington.
On Saturday 18 April, local Indigenous artists associated with Baluk Arts will present a day of craft using natural materials such as hay, wool and wire, with which participants can sculpt their very own creature to take home and enjoy.
This unique bush craft sculpture day will run from 10am until 1pm, and will include a light afternoon tea with participation costs. Children are very welcome, although young folk under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult.
Balak artists come from diverse Aboriginal backgrounds from all over Australia, with all past, current and future events workshops and exhibitions listed on the organisation's website.
Be inspired by this group of bush sculpture creatures made at the last Balak Arts workshop held in conjunction with McClellend Gallery seen on Facebook.
Book your place onto the next Bush Sculpture Creature Workshop this April HERE.