Dylan Sarra Petroglyph Workshop

Dylan Sarra Petroglyph Workshop

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18 Sep 2023

Dylan Sarra Petroglyph Workshop
DatesMonday 18 September 2023
(This event has past)
Times2 x Sessions: 10:30am — 12:30pm 1:30pm — 3:30pm
CostFREE (bookings are required)
BookingTickets available via Eventbrite
AgeRecommended for ages 6 and up

Embark on a captivating journey with artist Dylan Sarra as he leads you through an exclusive guided tour of his newest exhibition, 'Burnett River Petroglyphs'. Following the tour, immerse yourself in a hands-on workshop held in our community gallery.

Delve into the depths of insight and inspiration surrounding this treasured practice that holds spiritual, historical, artistic, and narrative significance. Engage in the creation of your personal petroglyph rubbing artwork and petroglyph, connecting with the essence of this ancient art form.

Don't miss the chance to be part of this enriching experience that merges art, history, and creativity in a meaningful exploration.

Skill Level: This workshop is suitable for beginners.

What you will get: Materials to make your own petroglyph rubbing artwork and personalised petroglyph.

What to bring: Your own apron or please wear workshop-friendly clothing.

About the artist

About the artist

“Stories and places are connected in ways still yet to be discovered. I choose to listen to the knowledge etched in the stone of long ago.” — Dylan Sarra

Dylan Sarra is a Taribelang/Gooreng Gooreng artist from the Central Queensland region and currently lives in Meanjin, Brisbane. With a focus on exploring identity and place, Sarra uses a range of disciplines such as print, digital works and sculpture to gently persuade an audience into humanising the Indigenous experience. He is involved in the research and development of cultural knowledge and practice, that can be shared with the wider community from where these stories take place. It is Dylan’s aim that all people can not only be intrigued by Indigenous culture, but they can also start to appreciate the role we all play in acknowledging First Nations people.