Archive for the ‘Yamaji Art Events’ Category

NAIDOC at Northgate Plaza 2019

During NAIDOC Week 2019 Yamaji Art Artists Nicole Dickerson & Lily-mae Kerley run Workshops at Northgate Plaza Shopping Centre. The workshops were mainly focused at children from all age groups. It was in collaboration with Lendlease (Northgate Plaza). Workshops included Symbol Rock Painting, Hand painted Eucalyptus Leaves, Scratch Boomerangs, Small Painting & Pendant Making, was […]

Arts Leadership Program

Yamaji Art believe that artist should be given as much professional development opportunities to develop not just as an artist, but as individuals. Yamaji Art Manager and emerging artists met with arts lecturer Peta Riley to discuss how Yamaji Art can partner with the local Central Regional TAFE in Geraldton to develop an arts based […]

Printmaking with Lizzie Robinson

Yamaji Art held a workshop with Lizzie Robinson who specialises in Printmaking & Textiles. In June 2019 we had a workshop with our artists, Lizzie helped the artists develop skills in Dry Point Etching, which is a technique used in printmaking. Each artist were able to create beautiful etchings, which they freely scratched into their […]

Yamaji Art attends revealed 2019

Each year we look forward to packing up and hitting the high way to attend the annual Revealed in Fremantle Western Australia. The event is a forum for artist and art centre staff to attend and receive professional development and networking opportunities. Each year the even gets larger and larger with over 45 Aboriginal art […]

Filming on Country

Yamaji Art went on day of filming on country out to various water hole sites, they were Dog-hole (a local swimming place), The Waterfall, Mass Rock all located near Mullewa, WA & also Ellendale Pool which closer to Geraldton. The younger artists were able to also gain new knowledge of waterholes. The Artists were able […]

Harmony Day 2019

Yamaji Art Artists Hazel Edwards & Andrea Green-Ugle completed a Sand Mural during Harmony Day 2019 in Geraldton at the Stow Gardens. The sand mural represented all cultures coming together on that one day to embrace all cultures of the Midwest region. It was a very successful day & wonderful experience for our emerging Artists. […]