Spend 90 minutes experimenting on paper and canvas with Indigenous artist and educator Graham Toomey, and expert happiness artists Maurice Goldberg and Matthew Aberline of GAS.
Graham will guide you through his contemporary painting approach which is guided by the cultural art practices of his Wurrumunga Clan of the Wiradjuri and Wongaibon Aboriginal Nation of Western NSW.
Be inspired, and have fun learning about contemporary Indigneous art concepts. All materials supplied and no experience is needed.
Your creativity class under the Harbour Bridge will be completed with free-flowing wine, beer and nibbles while you unlock your creative juices and create your take-home art piece.
Tickets $89pp - Price includes a 90-minute session, all materials and a 2-hour food and drinks package.
Graham Toomey is an Aboriginal Artist and Designer from the Wurrumunga Clan of the Wiradjuri and Wongaibon Aboriginal Nations of Western NSW. Graham’s artworks capture the very constitution of his ancient culture and his Dreaming, illustrating his ancient homelands, spirituality and important culural stories. Graham is also the CEO of Gunawirra, an organisation that combines symbolic psychoanalytic thinking and other western therapeutic methods, with the ancient form of the The Dreaming and Healing Circle to help restore the internal world for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mothers and children.
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