Mon, 23 Jan|
WOW Festival: The Recycle Instrument Project - Musical Pinwheels Workshop
Join Day 8 of the WOW Festival for our Recycle Instrument Project: Musical Pinwheels Workshops!
Time & Location
23 Jan, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Djinda Boodja, 295A Manning Rd, Waterford WA 6152, Australia
About the Event
Join Djinda Boodja & Curate on Day 8 of the WOW Festival for our two-time award-winning Recycle Instrument Project with its Musical Pinwheels Workshops!
Led by Djinda Boodja Arts Centre Director Vicki Warn and Curate Micro-Factory Director Patricia Alessi, join us as we explore our stock of sheet music at the micro-factory and turn musical trash into treasure!
A great nostalgic intergenerational hands-on arts workshop for ages 4-94, we are looking forward to giving forgotten sheet music into nostalgic pinwheels - and you get to take them home!
Djinda Boodja is located on the shared Clontarf Campus. Access to it is via 295 Manning Road, Waterford, through the main campus gates.
Follow the signs for Abmusic completely around the U-Shaped Driveway. The centre is located in the last set of buildings right before the exit of the campus.
The carpark itself has a new sign in it for Abmusic Aboriginal Corporation – Perth Creative College & Djinda Boodja.
Please park in the car park and follow the signs for the Djinda Boodja Arts Centre.
If you cannot find your way, please call at 9458 9077. The staff will be able to direct you further.
Please note that this is an intergenerational arts workshop. Photographs and videos may be taken of the event.
In accordance with hygiene requirements, hand sanitizing stations and cleaning products will be available for use throughout the workshop, too, in order to help ensure the safety of staff, artists and guests.
If required, COVID restrictions and/or adjustments may be made, in accordance with current health requirements.
Art Workshop Protocols
Please note that this is a hands-on arts workshop. Please wear suitable clothing and/or bring a smock or apron, as you will be using paint pens and glue.
Children are to be accompanied by a parent and/or responsible caregiver at all times.
See you there!