Culture 4 Kids

Kids' Workshop:
Storytelling with Woven Objects

In association with Collection+ Sopheap Pich
Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation presents

Storytelling with woven objects

Learn how to make traditional string bush jewellery and coiled
baskets with Jodi Edwards and Kelli Ryan, Boolarng Nangamai
Aboriginal Art and Culture Studio.

Saturday, 2 November 2013

24 pm

$25 per child

recommended for ages 6-12

Bookings essential / limited numbers
Please pay prior to workshop to secure your place*
02 9331 1112 or

Kelli Ryan is a practicing artist in mediums of film, drawing and sculpture. Kelli has worked as a curator, Aboriginal advocate, teacher, and is the Founder of Boolarng Nangamai Together Dreaming. Boolarng Nangami Aboriginal Art and Cultural Studio (BNAACS) empowers many fellow Aboriginal communities with Culture Camps, hands-on culture workshops. BNAACS also delivers cultural awareness training to corporate organisations, schools and universities.

Jodi Edwards is from the Yuin Nation. She is an Aboriginal Cultural Education & Language Consultant, the co-founder of Shellharbour Aboriginal Community Youth Association (SACYA), the current chair of the Aboriginal Advisory Committee for Shellharbour City Council, a current member of the Local Aboriginal Lands Council, and a member of the Illawarra Aboriginal Corporation. Jodi received a Masters of Language Education and is a teacher of the local Dharawal Language.

*Please note that due to high demand these workshop places are non-transferable and non-refundable. All participating children must be supervised by a parent or guardian during the duration of the workshop.