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Dot Painting Workshop - 1.5 Hours

For 1 person
90 minutes
$72 each
1 Adult
$72 each

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Highlights

  • Fun and organic Anangu dot painting workshop
  • Guided by a local Anangu artist and interpreter
  • Learn about ancient symbols used in Anangu art

Sit down with a local Anangu artist and interpreter for a fun-filled introduction to the unique desert art form, dot painting. Learn about the symbols and painting styles used to create stunning works of art illustrating the Creation time stories and design a colourful piece you can take home.

What's Included?

  • 1.5 hour dot painting workshop
  • Guided by a local Anangu artist and interpreter
  • All equipment

You're invited to deep dive into the unique desert art form of dot painting during this 1.5 hour workshop. Guided by a local Anangu artist and assisting interpreter, you will learn about ancient symbols, painting styles and traditional tools used to create gorgeous works of art depicting the Creation time (Tjukurpa) stories. Inspired by the storytelling, you will join the artists to create your own work of art that illustrates your unique story which you will take home as a memento. The sharing of stories and passing on of traditional methods of painting plays an important role in the sustainability of Aboriginal culture.

This experience is part of the Responsible range as the experience provider is a profit for purpose organisation. Profits go back into alleviating poverty in 22 Aboriginal communities.

Session Length

  • This experience is 1.5 hours in duration
  • Available twice daily

Restrictions

Children under 15 must be accompanied by a paying adult.

Guidelines

Please be aware that Maruku Anangu employees are traditional Aboriginal people with strong cultural obligations. In the event of ceremonial duties or unforeseen circumstances Maruku may not be able to provide the specified product as advertised. Maruku reserves the right to alter its product due to weather, unforeseen circumstances and/or cultural obligations. Product durations may vary from advertised times.

Cancellation

  • Change your booking up to 48 hours before the start time of your experience
  • Changes are not permitted within 48 hours of your experience
  • Late arrivals or no shows may result in you forfeiting your experience

Numbers on the Day

Minimum of five and maximum of 26 participants.

Spectators

No spectators permitted due to intellectual knowledge being shared.

Weather

The provider reserves the right to change the venue due to weather.

Dress Code

Please wear comfortable clothing you don't mind getting dirty. Acrylic paints are used which can be hard to come out if accidents occur.

Other Info

Bring your camera and a full water bottle

This experience takes place in Yulara, NT.

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