Crafternoon for Adults > Clay Coolamons with Woven Base
Coolamons are traditionally used by many Aboriginal tribes around Australia. They are vessels mainly used by women for collecting bush tucker or to hold sleeping babies. Coolamons are featured throughout Baluk Arts > Elements exhibition to represent a holding of memory and connection.
Join two Baluk artists and learn how to create your own clay coolamon to take home. You will paint and decorate your coolamon using local ochres from the Mornington Peninsula and learn how to weave a base for your coolamon to rest on. Each participant will walk away with their own coolamon, knowledge of how to weave and an appreciation of handmade pigment.
Crafternoon for Kids > Clay Coolamons
Events | Artist Talks
Artist Speakeasy > Proposal Writin
|WHEN >||Tuesday 18 June 2019, 6PM to 7.30PM|
|VENUE >||Alternating Current Art Space, 248 High St, Windsor VIC 3181|
|COST >||$11, suitable for practicing artists.|
Join Linden New Art Director Melinda Martin in this professional development workshop for artists to learn how to write effective exhibition proposals.
Whether you are applying to exhibit in artist run initiatives or public art galleries, this session will explore a range of proposal formats and how to effectively convey your artistic practice and exhibition ideas on paper. Discover what galleries are looking for and how to put your best foot forward.
This event is presented by Linden New Art with Alternating Current Art Space.