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Light Sculpture Workshop with artist Bindi Waugh

Bindi Waugh Light Sculpture Workshop
Light Sculpture Workshop participants will create their own light sculptures, similar to Bindi Waugh's Light Totems showcased in the current exhibition at Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery.

Interested people are invited to attend an interactive two-day Light Sculpture Workshop with Tradelines artist Bindi Waugh at Bargara next weekend.

Belynda (Bindi) Waugh is an award-winning Indigenous artist who won took out the Bayton Award 2019 People's Choice Award last year.

Bindi currently lives at Yarwun in central Queensland; she identifies as an Iman and Bundjalung woman.

She has an extensive practice ranging from pottery and ceramics, commercial illustration to large-scale community projects.

During her Bargara Light Sculpture Workshop Bindi will take participants through an exciting and interactive experience, where they will create their own light sculptures, similar to her Light Totems showcased in the current exhibition at Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery

These Light Totems were originally created for the Luminous festival and are made from acrylic paint, plastic and lights.

Bindi established Yarwun Pottery in the mid-1990s, producing a range of decorated bowls and platters.

Her work is held in private collections in England, South Africa, Israel, Germany, the United States, the Netherlands and Australia.

The Light Sculpture Workshop will be held at Bargara Cultural and Community Centre, 160 Hughes Road 9am to 4pm on 1-2 February.

It's open to residents 16 years and older, costing $195 which includes tutoring and all materials.

To make a booking phone 4130 4750.

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