Baluk Arts in Glass Cube
Barring-buluk Too-roo-dun Following their tracks…
Cube 37 - Glass Cube Gallery
1 July - 8 Sep
View 24/7 from the street front | Free Entry
NAIDOC Morning Tea celebration: Wednesday 10 July, 11am
Curved Wall gallery RSVP: 03 9784 1060 or Email
Too-roo-dun is a Boonwurrung word for Bunyip, and Bunyip is a word from Wathawurrung language. Barring-buluk Too-roo-dun - following their tracks… forms a small part of an inspired community project which celebrates the Bunyip.
Mini Bunyip Making Workshop
Tuesday 9 July 11am to 1pm - Cube 37
Come and create your own Mini Bunyip made from hay and wool, led by two First Nations artists from Baluk Arts and inspired by the Too-roo-dun exhibition on display in the Glass Cube Gallery.
$15, Ages 6+, Bookings 03 9784 1060
Image: Hairyman, Baluk Arts (detail)
Enquiries 03 9784 1896 or Email