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Swell festival 2022 come see our artist work

Swell festival 2022 come see our artist work

  Dreamtime artistry is thrilled to be able to announce that 2 of our resident artists shall be part of two serperate sulpture present ations at this years Swell festival at Currumbin on the 9th to the 18th of September . Our young artist, Isabella Eurell will be...

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Indigenous weaving workshop  30th April

Indigenous weaving workshop 30th April

Our resident Indidgenous weaver,Erica Eurell will be running a weaving workshop on the 30th April at Artlovers Australia in the Brickworks complex at Southport  from 12pm to 2 pm.Book early as there is limited spaces.Either go to events tab on this website or look it...

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Dreamtime artistry welcomes Waylene Currie  onboard

Dreamtime artistry welcomes Waylene Currie onboard

Dreamtime artistry is very proud to announce that we will be working with Contemporary Mununjali Wangerriburra Artist Waylene Currie. Check out her beautiful range of contemporary works that combine the modern with the past. Each of her pieces is a story handed...

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Painting workshop

Painting workshop

Our young resident artist,Isabella Eurell ran her first, very successful indigenous painting workshop at Tallebudgera Creek Tourist Park this week. 15 members of the park attended the event and judging by the giggles and laughter it was a extremely productive...

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Welcome Anthony Cora

Welcome Anthony Cora

Dreamtime Artistry is very proud to welcome on board Anthony Cora to our team. he is a proud  indigenous man  from Minjungbal/Bundjalung (Tweed Heads, NSW) and Dunghutti (Kempsey/Bellbrook, NSW) Anthony specializes in traditional smoking ceremonies which will be...

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Indigenous weaving classes

Indigenous weaving classes

Keep a eye on the ticker at the top of this website for all upcoming Indigenous weaving classes run by traditional custodian Erica Eurell. They will be run every few months at varying locations on the Gold Coast.A fun and entertaining after where you not only will...

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ELEVATE+ AT HOMEBASE!

ELEVATE+ AT HOMEBASE!

Dreamtime Artistry is please to be a partner with  Elevate+ Accelerator Program at Homebase .Over the 20 week Elevate+ Accelerator at Homebase, participants will attend workshops, receive mentoring with sector experts, get access to online learning modules, gain...

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What does NAIDOC really mean?

What does NAIDOC really mean?

NAIDOC stands for National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee. Its origins can be traced to the emergence of Aboriginal groups in the 1920′s which sought to increase awareness in the wider community of the status and treatment of Aboriginal and Torres...

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Welcome Rick Roser

Welcome Rick Roser

Dreamtime Artistry is proud to be able to welcome Rick Roser to our website and his unique range of Indigenous jewellery and stone craft. Rick is a very proud indigenous man who has been plying his arts and crafts for over 30 years.Pleas check out his range of...

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Dreamtime spirit of the termite story

Dreamtime spirit of the termite story

Dreamtime spirit of the termite story Long, long time ago. All those blind termites lived way down, deep in the ground, when one day they say to one another “if we go up above, maybe we will be able to see?” So, they dug their way up to the top, but stopped under a...

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Carnarvon Gorge Trip

Carnarvon Gorge Trip

We recently took a trip to Carnarvon gorge to do the walk and partake in the culture and beauty of the area.Steadily flowing water has carved this gorge out of ancient sandstone. The same water, still flowing from the rock, has drawn people to Carnarvon Gorge for many...

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Supply Nation

Supply Nation

Dreamtime artistry is proud to announce that has become a registered member of Supply Nation.Supply Nation is the Australian leader in supplier diversity. They bring together the biggest national database of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses with the...

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Village markets Burleigh school

Village markets Burleigh school

Now Sunday, 18th April, you can find the  Dreamtime artistry stand at the Village markets at 1750 Gold Coast Hwy, Burleigh Heads QLD 4220.We will be there from 8.30 am till 1 pm.Drop down to see our range of authentic Indigenous arts and crafts.There will be a range...

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How does a boomerang return?

How does a boomerang return?

Have you ever wondered why a boomerang flies and returns like it does? A boomerang is a traditional Indigenous implement with certain aerodynamic properties, traditionally made of wood Returning boomerangs fly and are examples of the earliest heavier-than-air...

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What is a didgeridoo?

What is a didgeridoo?

What is a didgeridoo? A didgeridoo is a simple instrument, yet able to be so diverse in its abilities.  As with image-making, Aboriginal music also unites consciousness with the invisible laws and energy patterns of nature. Aboriginal art is perhaps most accurately...

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Dreamtime Didgeridoo Story

Dreamtime Didgeridoo Story

A long, long time ago – so long ago it happened in dreamtime – some ancestors decided to go camping. They went off and had a great time, but the weather turned cold at night so they built a warm, glowing campfire. As they sat around the fire, adding more sticks for...

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