Catch & Cook

Arts Ceduna hosted a Catch and Cook day during September 2017 for visiting chefs that participated in this ‘Straight to the Source’ initiative led by Tawnya Bahr. Kenny Smith enticed the visiting chefs with his magnificent skills in Aboriginal cooking, having wombat and kangaroo tails on the menu. Sue Hasseldine demonstrated her approach to bush

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Hub Fence Face Lift

White Lion funded the ‘STRIDE Youth Program’ that was delivered at the Ceduna Youth Hub in 2014. Arts Ceduna artists Collette Gray, Beaver Lennon and Jaime Newchurch invested their time over the school holidays to paint the Youth Hub’s colourful fence, a striking land mark in the Ceduna CBD area. The artists also mentored the

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Muna Making

The muna making workshop brought together several women from the Ceduna community to make cosy muna (beanies) on a cold winters day. The workshop aimed to develop skills in areas of crocheting, learning about hooks and yarn, basic patterns and stitches, working with various fibres and yarns. This women’s sharing circle also offered the opportunity

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School visits at Arts Ceduna

During 2016 Arts Ceduna received more than twelve visiting school groups visiting the art gallery and spending time with artists painting in the art studio. Ceduna artists present students with artists talks and introduce them to basic painting skills. Many artists use Aboriginal symbols in their paintings and often artists introduce these symbols are introduced

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