Bush Animal Workshop with Gunditjmara Artist & Master Weaver, Bronwyn Razem

In 1988, the National Wool Museum officially opened – with HRH Queen Elizabeth II cutting the ribbon! In 2018, the Museum turns 30 and you’re invited to join us in the birthday celebrations.

Join award-winning contemporary artist Aunty Bronwyn Razem as she shares knowledge of traditional weaving passed on through her Gunditjmara family heritage. Inspired by the Tjanpi Desert Weavers, Aunty Bronwyn will teach you how to sculpt hay with wool to create a Bush Animal with real personality!
The workshop will explore traditional and contemporary weaving practices with a good laugh about all the funky creatures that are being created. Participants will take home their own hay and wool bush animal.

No creative experience required.

Available to all ages - adults and children. For children under 10yo we recommend they buddy up with their parents (1 child under 10 years old FREE per adult).This is a wonderful way for parents to connect with their children and spend that special time together.

Bookings essential.

Credit Photo: courtesy Koorie Heritage Trust

07 December 2018
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07 December 2018, 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
National Wool Museum
26-32 Moorabool Street, Geelong 3220
Adult: $35.00
(($30 NWM Member). Booking fees apply.)
Catering and/or dining
Change room facilities
First Aid available
Parking available
Seating/viewing areas
Toilets available
Undercover areas
Wheelchair accessible

Associated Organisations:National Wool Museum
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