The sun is shining, bees are buzzing, flowers are blooming, and the weather is finally warming up after a long cold winter. Come and help us celebrate a new season at our next Artists Networking event, where we learn about local plants endemic to the region, including some edibles with Dean Stewart, plant some seedlings, eat delicious food and make new friends!
Dean Stewart is a passionate Wemba Wemba-Wergaia man of Victoria, with over 25 years’ experience creating, co-ordinating and conducting Cultural Education, tourism, conservation and interpretation programs and projects through his Victorian Aboriginal owned and operated enterprise, Aboriginal Tours And Education Melbourne – ‘A-TAEM’ and more recently through his Lost Lands Found project in partnership with Hobsons Bay City Council.
Catch Up Club – Seedling is Presented by Arts West and supported by Hobsons Bay City Council.
The 2019 Catch Up Club events series – is presented by Arts West and supported by Brimbank City Council, Hobsons Bay City Council, Maribyrnong City Council and Melton City Council and aims to build a stronger, supportive network of peers that will contribute to artists’ health and wellbeing and professional sustainability.
Make sure you Like our Facebook Page to find out about all 12 networking events happening throughout the year. These events are open to ALL artists in the West.