An Educational Program for the Black Gully Festival 2020
Each year we gather at Black Gully (located behind NERAM) to celebrate community, music, and biodiversity. This year, we are going virtual.
In preparation for the virtual event NERAM teamed up with Thalgarrah Environmental Education Centre, local Anaiwan Educator Dave Widders, the Kindergarten class at Newling Public School and the University of New England to educate and celebrate the land around us. Connecting to Country brought together the community to celebrate Anaiwan culture and make works of art from the land. We invite members of the community to enjoy the short video below, view the online exhibition by the Kindergarten students at Newling and download the activity sheet for children and families to complete at home.
Newling Public School, Kindergarten Class
Online Exhibition 2020
Art at home: How to make nature brushes and monoprints in the comfort of your own home. Download and print the activity below to do your own works of art from the land!