“Walangari is not only a Deadly Award-winning Visual Artist of the Year, but he is also an incredible workshop leader – this will be an excellent afternoon for the kidlets to learn more about our First Nations culture and history (whilst getting covered in paint).” – Rachel Chant, Festival Director

Paint your own boomerang while learning about Aboriginal Art and Culture.

Bondi artist, teacher and performer Walangari Karntawarra (B.A. & B. Ed.) plays the yidaki and shows respect to the Traditional Owners of Boondi, as he guides young ‘uns and their adults to paint their own boomerangs. During this 90 minute fun-filled activity, Walangari explains the different styles of First Nations’ art and the iconography used by his people to express their connection to this land and the Dreamtime.

WINNER: Visual Artist of the Year, Deadly Awards (2010)

Accessibility Info:

This is a Hearing No Obstacle and Language No Obstacle performance.
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Show Info:
  • Please note, all children must be accompanied by a ticket-holding adult.
Presented by:

Artist & Tutor Walangari Karntawarra  (B.A. & B. Ed)
Assistant Delia Rose

! Recommended for ages 5+ and their adults

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Time: 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Duration: 90 mins

Dates: Tue 6 July, Wed 7 July

Price: $25

Venue: Wayside Chapel

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Address: 95 Roscoe St, Bondi Beach NSW 2026

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    Bondi Festival acknowledges the Bidjigal and Gadigal people, who traditionally occupied the Sydney Coast. We acknowledge and pay our respects to Aboriginal Elders both past and present.