Celebrate the International Year of Indigenous Languages with school holiday activities to inspire and inform.
Long Gallery drop-in space
Get cosy, relax and learn more about Indigenous Languages with books, resources and activities. Discover the meaning of local place name Kabultur ‘place of the carpet snake’ and explore the many local languages in the Moreton Bay region. Get a sneak peek at our upcoming exhibition John Mawurdnjul: I am the old and the new and the Kuninjku language from Western Arnhem Land. Hands-on craft and art activities will be available for budding artists.
Stamp Making with Jinibara artist and traditional owner Jason Murphy
Join artist and Jinibara traditional owner Jason Murphy for a workshop making unique mono stamps with bright colours. Explore narratives and create line drawing symbols.
Tuesday 24 September and Thursday 26 September 10:30am
Relax with family-friendly live music in The Vault.
Thursday 3 October 12.30-1.30pm
Kabi Kabi culture and storytelling
Learn about Aboriginal culture in the Moreton Bay Region and experience the story telling of Kabi Kabi people. Enjoy hearing language and discovering the meaning of special words. Learn about the cultural connections between plants, animals and Aboriginal people who used their knowledge of the environment to inform their hunting and food gathering.
Monday 30 September and Wednesday 2 October 10:30am
All activities are free and do not require bookings, but please get in touch with the gallery if you have any enquiries: 5433 3710 | Caboolture.email@example.com
Caboolture Regional Art Gallery, 4 Hasking Street, Caboolture 4510