Join us for a 40-minute art workshop for young artists. You can paint a ‘mullet fish’ or a ‘black cockatoo’ and take it home with you. These beautiful creatures have been cast in clay by Monte Lupo to depict the native animals described in Luther Cora’s stories. Both the mullet fish and black cockatoo are of great significance to the Indigenous peoples of this land.
Come along to SWELL Kids Elements and pick up your paintbrush as you decorate, with your own special touches, a mullet fish or a black cockatoo, inspired by the local First Nations story of the mullet season, told by Luther Cora. These adorable little fish and cockatoo are inspired by the wonderful history of families from all over these lands coming together to share stories and laughs.
Workshops run throughout the day, book online to come along and paint your own masterpiece.
Where | Pop-Up Art Studio at Wallace Nicoll Park, Pacific Parade, Currumbin Beach, QLD, 4223
Time | Workshops run at 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm daily.
When | 10-19 September
Cost | $15
Who | All ages (workshops are designed for young artists of all ages, parents and carers welcome too)
Come along to SWELL Kids Elements daily at 9am to hear Luther Cora tell the First Nations stories about the mullet season and the black cockatoo at the Wallace Nicoll Park. 10-19 September.
SWELL Kids Elements Education Program is supported by
SWELL Kids Elements Education program is proudly supported by Cr Pauline Young, Division 12, City of Gold Coast.