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What: There are still a few places available for Emily McCulloch Childs’ illustrated lecture The Big Myth: supernatural being, creation ancestors, major dreamings & mythology in Aboriginal art.

Author, curator, writer and PhD student, Emily McCulloch Childs will speak on the great spirit beings such as the Rainbow Serpent, the Seven Sisters, the Dingo and the fire, water and other dreamings that are believed to have ‘set the pattern’ of living for the natural world and all in it.  

Through a fascinating variety of images she will explore the Aboriginal belief system and how art is the medium through which it lives on. 

Followed by drinks and a private view of our latest Aboriginal art. 

When: Saturday August 2 at 2.30 pm

Bookings: $20, contact:  mccullochart.eventbrite.com.au

Where: WHISTLEWOOD | Art Consultancy + Private Gallery 642 Tucks Road, Shoreham, 3916 

E: whistlewood@mccullochandmcculloch.com.au T: 03 59 898 282

AT HOME WITH ART: WHISTLEWOOD OPEN THIS WEEKEND SATURDAY 10 AM-5 PM 

View our vibrant new Aboriginal barks, carvings, paintings and sculptures from around Australia.  New works include  brilliant colour works from the APY Lands, a set of exquisite small botanical barks from East Arnhem Land and much more… 

Free admission 

Teresa Baker, Minyma Malilu (Women's Creation ancestor), 147 x 200 cm.
Teresa Baker, Minyma Malilu (Women’s Creation ancestor), 147 x 200 cm.

 

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