Bundanon Inspire is a free art-marking program for young people aged 12 – 18 that includes artmaking, ecology walks and visits to the Art Museum.
Participants of Bundanon Inspire access three artmaking experiences that respond to Miwatj Yolŋu, via two consecutive day visits.
The program spans two-days with attendance on both days required.
Daily schedule and inclusions:
- 9am Each day, the event begins at Nowra Bus Terminal, Stuart Place, Nowra. Participants will travel to Bundanon on a shuttle bus with a member of Bundanon staff.
- 9.30am – 4.30pm See program details below. Lunch, morning and afternoon tea are included.
- 4.30pm Participants leave Bundanon by Bus at 4.30pm and return to Nowra Bus Terminal with a member of Bundanon staff.
- 5pm Shuttle bus arrives at Nowra Bus Terminal. Event ends.
Day One: Explore the Art Museum and enjoy a guided ecology walk through the Bundanon bushland. Explore water based media & monoprinting to create a triptych that tells your story of water and together, and consider the group’s collective work to notice connections, similarities and differences.
Day Two: In the morning, explore patterns and ecologies of trees in the Bundanon landscape using rubbing and drawing techniques to create a series of visual records. These records will inspire a 3D collage work that narrates a relationship with trees. Collaborate with your peers to curate a conversational forest. In the afternoon, consider what different skies show us and hide from us. Create a tondo (round artwork) where ‘up doesn’t matter’ using pen, pencil and watercolour.
To complete registration for Bundanon Inspire please read, understand and agree to the details of Bundanon’s waiver for this event.