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    Sculpting Stories: Responding to Place through Clay

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    Join Nunami in creating ceramic artwork that tells the story of a place. Using native materials and air-dry clay, reimagine what the landscape of Kangaroo Bay looked like pre-colonisation. Create an artwork that will honour a landscape that has been lost, telling a story of place.

    Nunami Sculthorpe-Green is a palawa and warlpiri artist and writer who works across text, performance and visual arts, specifically multimedia installation.

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION
    Please arrive on time - or better yet, a little early, as all sessions will start on time. There will be coffee and tea available while you wait, and you may even get to see the results of other workshops!

    There is plenty of parking onsite and the venue is accessible, with accessible toilets. If you have any questions, please email us at events@ccc.tas.gov.au or call 03 6217 9607.


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