For children 5+ years, accompanied by parents/carers.
Royal Botanic Garden Aboriginal Educators and Kaldor Public Art Projects Educators lead families on a fascinating tour through time, peeking into the history of Gadigal life by the Harbour and the almost-forgotten dramatic history of the colonial Garden Palace. Participants will grind native grass seeds, bake bread using native ingredients and experience contemporary Aboriginal art in Jonathan Jones' installation barrangal dyara (skin and bones).
Saturdays 17 and 24 September, Saturday 1 October
2.30 - 4.30pm
Meet at the Palm House, Royal Botanic Garden Sydney
This event is FREE, but bookings are essential.
Click on the link below to secure your place.
Please note that Saturday 17 September is now booked out.
LIMITED PLACES ARE STILL AVAILABLE
for Saturday 24 September and 1 October.
Image credit: Family workshop at Kaldor Public Art Project 28: Roman Ondak, Parramatta Town Hall, January 2014. Photo: Paula Perugini.
Saturdays 17 and 24 September, 1 October 2016
Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, Meet at the Palm House
FREE, BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL