An inclusive, non patriarchal space for women and their communities to connect, exchange skills and create. This series of workshops is facilitated by artist Paula do Prado and is supported by the Older Women's Network.
This project is funded by Canterbury Bankstown Council through the Community Grants and Event Sponsorship Program
Wednesdays in August
10AM - 1PM, Wednesday 2 August
10AM - 1PM, Wednesday 9 August
10AM - 1PM, Wednesday 16 August
10AM - 1PM, Wednesday 23 August
Utp - Bankstown Arts Centre
Paula do Prado
Paula do Prado is a tejedora (weaver) and artist-researcher. She works at the intersections of her African Bantu-Kongo, Iberian and Charrúan ancestries. Her art practice is grounded in her familial and community relationships, the nature spirits (salt and sweet water) and ancestral tree kin she is called to work with.
Partners and Supporters
This project is supported by Canterbury Bankstown Council through the Community Grants and Event Sponsorship Program.
Photo Credit: Eddie Abd. Photo includes detail of artwork by Paula Do Prado.