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Thu 03 June, 10:00am to 2:00pm

Shaftsbury Place, 167 Shaftsbury Road, Eastwood 2113

For National Reconciliation Week, we will be holding painting workshop.
This is a female Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander only event. 

Join artist Hayley Pigram as she leads a painting workshop for Deadly Women, that incorporates discussion of Aboriginal art and culture.

Hayley who is an Aboriginal Cultural Arts educator at EORA TAFE is an experienced workshop facilitator and has experience conducting a range of different workshops. As a Darug woman from the Sydney area, Hayley was born and raised on her traditional homelands in the southwest of Sydney and has always had a close connection to her culture.

Cost: Free

Book online

Melanie Gould – Indigenous Health coordinator
Phone: 0406 472 106
Email: mgould@snhn.org.au