Traditional Aboriginal Art Workshop

1.5 Hour
Boorloo (Perth), Western Australia
Art Workshop
Year Round
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Join Nyungar Wadjuk man, Justin Martin, a qualified tour guide and Aboriginal art specialist for an interactive art and yarning session in Wadjuk, Perth.

Learn traditional symbols, stories, language, colours, and line work used in Aboriginal art while creating your own piece.

Justin’s tours and artworks are based around history, facts and creation stories that are hundreds of years old. The stories and dot paintings are passed down from generation to generation.

Location

King’s Park and Botanical Garden, Fraser Avenue, Kings Park, Perth, Western Australia.

What to expect

Join renowned Nyungar artist Justin Martin from Djurandi Dreaming in a beautiful location, in and around Perth for an art session you won’t forget.

Guests will learn symbols, stories and colours used in Nyungar art. Design a concept of Nyungar art in an engaging session while hearing about the local Indigenous history of the area and Nyungar language. Djurandi Dreaming is a certified Indigenous culture, tour and arts company based on Nyungar boodja in the Perth metropolitan area.

All art supplies included.

What is included

This is a 90 minute workshop and can be run at a Perth metro indoor or outdoor venue of your choice.

*This experience requires a minimum of 4 participants to operate.

Please click the Book Now button to check availability and pricing on your preferred date

Cost includes all art supplies.

Meeting point

Giant Boab (Gija Jumulu), Forest Carpark, Kings Park, Perth, Western Australia. Please meet your guide 10 minutes before tour.

What to bring

  • Clothes you don't mind getting paint on
  • For outdoor locations: enclosed shoes, hat, sunscreen protection, warm clothes/wind breaker, insect repellent, water bottle, camera.

YOUR EXPERIENCE PROVIDER

Djurandi Dreaming

Djurandi Dreaming is owned and operated by Wadjuk man Justin Martin, a qualified tour guide and Aboriginal art specialist. Justin’s traditional lands stretches across Perth metropolitan region and a large part of the midwest of Western Australia making him part of the Nyungar and Yamatji Nations.

Justin and his family started Djurandi Dreaming in 2017 aiming to deliver an exciting cultural experience to the local people of Perth and visitors to Western Australia. The family has a special connection to the Derbarl Yerrigan (Swan River), being direct descendants to some of the last known survivors of the Swan River Settlement.

Justin’s tours and artworks are based around history, facts and creation stories that are hundreds of years old. The stories and dot paintings are passed down from generation to generation.

Djurandi Dreaming is focused on positively educating and showcasing Aboriginal culture in Western Australia while conserving culture, language and Country.

Ready for an experience you won't forget?