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Esperance Yarning and Healing Dolls Exhibition

YARNING DOLLEsperance Yarning and Healing Dolls is an exhibition of artworks created over 12 months as part of the Esperance Nyungar Doll-Making project. The artworks will be displayed in a pop-up gallery, in shop 5, 3 James Street, in the Esperance CBD. Participants will showcase doll-making, ecodyeing and basket-makign techniques learned through a series of workshops with visiting Noongar artists Geri Hayden & Marcelle Riley and with local workshop faciltiator Colleen Frost.

The official opening event will take place on Thursday 19th October from 4pm - 7pm. Catering will be provided by Brown Sugar and all are welcome. Exhibition opening hours will be annouced at the opening event.

This project is part of a partnership between Esperance Community Arts, Escare incorporated and the Seawater Familes group. It has been funded through a Community Engagement grant from Department of Culture & the Arts, plus funding from Lotterywest and the Shire of Esperance.

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