Carriageworks will present a free live program of events throughout the SOUTHEAST Aboriginal Arts Market held from 19-20 Nov. Discover traditional weaving with Burramattagal and Dharug artists and community members. Plus, there will also be a delicious pop-up food experience, Warakirri by Indigiearth, a 100% Aboriginal owned and operated cafe located in Mudgee that celebrates modern Australian Native Cuisine.
Image: Margaret Torrens, Casino Wake Up Time, SOUTHEAST Aboriginal Arts Market 2019. Image by Anna Kucera.
19 Nov – 20 Nov
11:30am – 11:55am
12:30pm – 12:55pm
1pm – 1:25pm
1:30pm – 2pm
Spaces are limited, please register here.
Please note, online registrations for the weaving circle close at 9am on each day.
Sat 19 Nov
10am – 5pm
Sun 20 Nov
10am – 2pm
Damper w/ native jam and wattleseed cream
Ham / tomato & cheese toastie w/ bush tomato chutney
Bush tomato, pumpkin, fetta quiche, served with small salad and bush tomato chutney
Lemon myrtle squid, finger lime pearls, green ants, chips
Crocodile salad w/ kakarla
Discover traditional weaving with Burramattagal and Dharug artists and community members, Aunty Julie and Jayne Christian. Using hand-dyed raffia from Ngiyampaa and Guringai artist Tarni Eastwood via Nula Weaving, attendees will have the opportunity to learn the traditional First Nations weaving techniques from the south-east of Australia.
Join us for a delicious pop-up food experience, Warakirri by Indigiearth a 100% Aboriginal owned and operated cafe located in Mudgee that celebrates modern Australian Native Cuisine. Founded by Sharon Winsor (Ngemba/Weilwan), Warakirri by Indigiearth will be serving up dishes made using native ingredients including damper with native jam and wattleseed cream, kangaroo sliders, lemon myrtle squid with finger lime pearls and green ants, bush tomato, pumpkin and fetta quiche and crocodile salad.
Carriageworks has also partnered with Dhuwa, Australia’s Indigenous-owned coffee brand to serve coffee.