Make a Necklace with Bronwyn David for Kids

Make a Necklace with Bronwyn David for Kids

Event status:
coming soon
Program type:
kids' creative workshop
Date:
Saturday, 24 February 2024
Time:
10:30am (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families only)
2pm (all kids welcome)
Duration:
120 mins
Location:

KHT
Lev 3
Birrarung Building
Fed Square
Narrm (Melbourne)

Admission:

Free but bookings are required

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Make a Necklace with Bronwyn David for Kids

Join designer and artist Bronwyn David (Palawa-Tebrikunna) for a kids’ creative workshop embracing pattern design, crafting and recycling.

Create a statement necklace (or wall hanging) using cardboard, beads and bottle tops.  Kids will be able to express themselves through colour, body adornment and mark-making.

Enjoy working with a proud First Peoples artist who is inspired by Country, nature and colour.

WHO: All kids, 5+.  Our first session is for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander kids only.  

All children must be accompanied by a supervising adult.

HOW: Tickets are free, but bookings are essential (see below for links).

WHAT: Most materials and tools provided. 

PLEASE BRING: We ask that kids bring their own apron/smock, and a small collection of plastic bottle tops.

WHAT ELSE: light catering provided.

PLEASE NOTE: If you book a ticket, and can not make it, please let us know with as much time as possible, so we can offer the place to others.  We do not want empty seats and unused materials.


Bio – Bronwyn David

Bronwyn is a proud Palawa-Tebrikunna woman born and raised in Naarm. A self-taught contemporary artist who loves to explore and experiment different techniques, textures and mediums.

A great deal of Bronwyn’s artistic vision and inspiration comes from her connection to the land and waterways of our magical country. Her art style is constantly evolving as she learns more about herself and her culture and discovers her ancestor’s footprints in the landscape.

Incorporating her love of vibrant colours, geometric and organic lines, shapes and textures into her art, often creating chaos and spontaneous pieces that all come together in her own individual way.

We acknowledge the generous support of our public programming partners: Viva Energy Australia; Krystyna Campbell-Pretty and Family; and the Orloff Family Charitable Trust.

IMAGES: supplied by the Artist