Simmer: Nula Weaving
New Movements in Music and Art
Connect with culture and community, weave with Ngiyampaa and Guringai artist Tarni Eastwood as she passes down her knowledge on traditional and contemporary Aboriginal weaving techniques. Participants will learn techniques to weave a basket using hand-dyed raffia from Nula Weaving.
Simmer is an evening program of experimental music and art at Penrith Regional Gallery this Summer. Rich with sensorial encounters, Simmer awakens the senses as the sun sets over the gardens and galleries at Emu Plains. Simmer includes a program of music and sound art, curated by acclaimed Blue Mountains composer Monica Brooks, and a series of workshops facilitated by guest artists. CLICK HERE to view the full Simmer program.
Doors open at 6pm, with performances starting at 7pm.
Food and drinks available for purchase through Cafe at Lewers.
This program is designed for adults and families with children over 10 years old.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Tarni Eastwood is a Ngiyampaa and Guringai multidisciplinary artist, curator and owner of Nula Weaving based on Dharug Land. Tarni actively facilitates weaving workshops with community to contribute to the ongoing revitalisation of traditional cultural practices whilst providing a safe space to pass down creative knowledge.
This initiative is proudly supported by the NSW Government through the Culture Up Late Western Sydney program.