NAIDOC Week 2013 in Baw Baw
 Baw Baw Community Notices   By // 18:55, Sunday 7 July 2013

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THE Kurnai Nations are celebrating NAIDOC (National Aboriginies and Islanders Day Observance Committee) Week with a number of events across Baw Baw.

Pictured: elders Kaylene and Linda with their bark petition exhibit at the West Gippsland Arts Centre. Photo from Kurnai Nations Facebook page.



EXHIBITION: An exhibition is open 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday in the West Gippsland Arts centre, foyer area. Free entry.


STORYTIME: Tiddalik the Frog read by Sandra Mullet – Douin Library, 2pm Tuesday 9 July. Free.

Story Time with Dale: Wednesday July 10, 10am – Douin Library.



LINOCUT: Learn the art of linocut printmaking over three short sessions. Produce your own small edition of prints. Age: nine to adult. 10am to 12pm each day:

Tuesday 9 July – Draw & Design

Wednesday 10 July: Cutting the block

Thursday 11 July: Printing your linocut

Cost: $15 covers three sessions and materials. Numbers limited, bookings required. Phone 5625 1999.


KIDS’ STUFF: Winter Festival, Kurnai Crayon Rubbings


Ages three and up. Cost: free (but $7 to get into Kidstuff festival)

10am to 3pm, Sat 13 July, in Bookmobile in Civic place

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2 responses to “NAIDOC Week 2013 in Baw Baw”

  1. wombat lyons says:

    exhibition opening was wonderful. we heard from one of the artists and one of the mothers of an artist about their works. every one should make some time between 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday to visit the West Gippsland Arts centre foyer area. especially as the exhibition is Free entry.

  2. There is an amazing interview about the exhibition with Linda Mullet and Deborah Stewart (by Jennifer Henderson ABC Radio Gippsland)