Sat 9 Jul 2022 - Sat 9 Jul 2022
1.30 pm - 3 pm
- La Perouse Museum
- 1542 Anzac Parade, La Perouse
Join Deidre Martin, an Aboriginal artist, as she teaches traditional weaving techniques.
- Apologies, this workshop is sold out
Deidre Martin is an Aboriginal woman and artist who grew up in La Perouse. She will show participants traditional weaving techniques and guide them through creating their own project.
All resources will be provided on the day. This workshop is suitable for ages 8 and above.
This workshop has sold out. Details are still available on the direct Eventbrite page.
Conditions of booking:
Our staff are trained in first aid, have working with children checks, and run activities that are risk-assessed. We ask that participants follow all instructions relating to safety. Randwick City Council staff may on occasion take recordings of participants during activities (including photographs, videos and voice recordings). If you DO NOT wish for the participant’s recording to be used according to these conditions, please contact the Museum. Participants' emails will be included in the Museum's mailing list for future events. If you would not like to be included, please let the Museum know.
Special Conditions for COVID-19:
La Perouse Museum has implemented COVID-19 Special Operating Procedures for the safety of staff, participants and visitors to the Museum and to our programs. These procedures are based around social distancing, hygiene, venue cleaning and record-keeping. Please assist by observing instructions provided by Council staff or signage. You can view further details about these conditions on the Museum webpage of the RCC website.
All participants must be double-vaccinated or have a medical exemption, and must offer proof of vaccination when they arrive.
Participants may not attend activity programs if:
- They have COVID-19 symptoms: fever or acute respiratory infection (e.g. shortness of breath, sore throat, or cough) with or without fever
- They are awaiting results from a COVID-19 test
- They have been instructed by NSW Health to isolate