BANGAWARRA ART YARNS

Join the MCA team at Casula Powerhouse for Art Yarns, a space for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander older and Elder mob to share stories, engage in artmaking, and connect with community.


Artwork by Virginia Keft , 2021.

“bangawarra” is a Gadigal word meaning to “make” or “create”. Created by Aboriginal artists and staff from the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Art Yarns is a free interactive contemporary art program that aims to provide our mob with an engaging and collaborative space to yarn, connect and create.

Art Yarns is delivered over 5 weeks, with a 1-2 hour session each week. The program concludes with a celebration of art and culture on the final week. Art materials and morning tea will be provided. This free interactive contemporary art program is created specifically for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander older and Elder people, their families of any age, and their care networks.

Art Yarns will be held online in-person from 29 April - 27 May.
For any enquiries, please contact  (02) 8711 7123


Event Information

DATES: 29 April - 27 May
TIME: 10am
Duration: 1-2 hrs
Mode: In-person 


RSVP's essential

Free admission
Morning tea will be provided 


Related Links

2022 Seniors Matinee Season
Accessibility at CPAC