More than 100 works at GLaWAC's inaugural art show
Woorara Wanik Waring: Aboriginal Art Show
An art show by Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation called Woorara Wanik Waring: mountain pathway to the sea is on now, with paintings, photography, sculpture and weaving.
GLaWAC’s inaugural art show, at their headquarters at Forestec in Kalimna West, showcases more than 100 works by emerging Gunaikurnai and Aboriginal artists, with most available for purchase.
General Manager for Culture, Grattan Mullett said the art show is part of GLaWAC’s annual program of events designed to support the Gunaikurnai community to embrace and continue their culture, and to celebrate their cultural heritage with the broader community.
“It was great to see so many people from the community come together at the launch to enjoy great art by our emerging artists, Mr Mullett said.
"The event was catered by our new café Chef, Warren, and served by our hospitality trainees.”
GLaWAC is also trialling a café on site that is open Wednesdays to Sundays between 9.30am and 2.30pm for coffee, cakes and light lunches featuring some bush tucker.