In a three hour class, taught by local Aboriginal Artists, Lisa Waup and Yvonne Luke, children sculpt their very own creature using hay, wool and wire, which they can take home and admire.
Rainbow serpent sculpture by Yvonne Luke
The Children's Aboriginal Bush Sculpture Workshop will take place within the serene McClleland Gallery, positioned in Langwarrin just 40kms south of Melbourne CBD.
McCelland Gallery and Sculpture Park is filled with over 70 works by both local and international sculptors and artists in manicured outdoor gardens, and indoor exhibition spaces. Stop by the McCelland Gallery Cafe; a popular licensed eatery with beautiful views of the site's landscaped gardens and lake populated by local birdlife.
Baluk Arts is a non-profit Victorian Aboriginal arts organisation based in Mornington. Owned and operated by Aboriginal artists from Frankston, the Mornington Peninsula and wider south-east Melbourne, Baluk artists come from diverse Aboriginal backgrounds from all over Australia. To find out when Baluk Arts will be exhibiting works and holding future events or workshops, head to Baluk Arts website.
This special collaborative Children's Aboriginal Bush Sculpture Workshop, aimed at children aged 8 or 6 with adult supervision, will include all materials and a light afternoon tea.
Bird Sculpture by Patsy Smith
The workshop will only take place on one day during the holidays; Tuesday 23 September from 12.30 - 3.30pm. Bookings are essential and pre-payment required. Call McClellend Gallery and Sculpture Park to reserve your child's spot on 9789 1671.