Walawaani Njindiwaan.
Ngayaga bundj nguumbun muladha gumara muruul yuwinj wanggan njin dhugandha.


We recognise Aboriginal peoples as the first people and custodians of Country.

South East Centre for Contemporary 
Art acknowledges and pays respect to the traditional custodians of the lands, waterways and airspace of the Bega Valley Shire.

Shell Wall Hangings, Kids Workshop, Naidoc Week Event, Ages 5 – 12

8 — 8 Jul 2024


Shirley Hannan Project Space, SECCA

Emma Stewart is a local exhibiting artist, cultural connector and proud Bidjigal and Gweagal woman. Join Emma in using natural materials to make her incredible wall hangings. Children will learn about traditional connections to materials such as quandong seeds and emu feathers. Each child will make their own shell wall hanging to take home.

Emma’s Grandmothers and Aunties have a long history of making artworks using natural materials, the knowledge and skills that Emma will share has been passed down through many generations. Emma respectfully teaches and celebrates the traditional First Nation culture of the communities that reside across the Far South Coast.

Our land, our people, our spiritual world is connected by our First Nation community passing their knowledge, skills and stories onto all peoples so that it is not forgotten.


All materials provided.

Bookings essential as numbers are limited!

Ages 5 – 12

Monday 8 July, 1pm – 3pm, $5 per child


Bookings essential as numbers are limited!

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