Upcoming Events

KWP (Virtual) Sista Yarn – ONLINE – Fortnightly from 11am – 12pm

Grab a cuppa and join our weekly virtual sista yarn!!!

You can download the PDF here 

To avoid missing out, please make sure to register by calling the Koori Women’s Place on 9244 3333 or kwp@djirra.org.au

Location: Online, via zoom

Grab a cuppa and join our weekly virtual sista yarn!!!

You can download the PDF here 

To avoid missing out, please make sure to register by calling the Koori Women’s Place on 9244 3333 or kwp@djirra.org.au

Date : 03/08/2021 - 21/12/2021, Time : 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Online, via zoom

Emu Feathers (necklaces) with Wax Treasures Feathers – ONLINE – Friday 6 August

Amanda is a proud Yuin woman, a artist, healer and runs a small business called Wax Treasures Feathers. Yuin people have always used feathers, echidna quills, and other animal products in traditional clothing or jewellery. Yuin mob believe in the healing properties of rocks and stones, which is where Amanda believes her passion for feathers, plants, crystals, and fossils originates from. Most of her jewellery and artistic pieces are inspired by her ancestors and people.

This workshop will include everything you need to create your own “Emu Dreaming” necklace, each participant will be sent out their own individual pack which includes: emu feathers, handmade clay beads, jewellery findings, kangaroo leather necklace, threading needle, beeswax & cotton thread. Also as a gift you will also receive some of Wax Treasures Feathers healing nature tea blend to enjoy on the day of the workshop and an Australian crystal to give you some extra grounding.

Join us for an engaging workshop of facilitation and guidance, laughs, story telling and sharing.

Registration is a must as we’ll be sending out a Zoom meeting ID prior to the workshop date. To register, call us on 9244 3333 and ask for Torie or email kwp@djirra.org.au

Download the PDF flyer here

Location: Online, via zoom

Amanda is a proud Yuin woman, a artist, healer and runs a small business called Wax Treasures Feathers. Yuin people have always used feathers, echidna quills, and other animal products in traditional clothing or jewellery. Yuin mob believe in the healing properties of rocks and stones, which is where Amanda believes her passion for feathers, plants, crystals, and fossils originates from. Most of her jewellery and artistic pieces are inspired by her ancestors and people.

This workshop will include everything you need to create your own “Emu Dreaming” necklace, each participant will be sent out their own individual pack which includes: emu feathers, handmade clay beads, jewellery findings, kangaroo leather necklace, threading needle, beeswax & cotton thread. Also as a gift you will also receive some of Wax Treasures Feathers healing nature tea blend to enjoy on the day of the workshop and an Australian crystal to give you some extra grounding.

Join us for an engaging workshop of facilitation and guidance, laughs, story telling and sharing.

Registration is a must as we’ll be sending out a Zoom meeting ID prior to the workshop date. To register, call us on 9244 3333 and ask for Torie or email kwp@djirra.org.au

Download the PDF flyer here

Date : 06/08/2021, Time : 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Online, via zoom

Miss Emily Aboriginal Arts (Canvas Painting) – ONLINE – Friday 13th August

Join Mutthi Mutthi artist Calinda Egan for some relaxed painting.

Also featuring special guest Mutthi-Mutthi and Gundijtmara Elder, Aunty Barb Egan.

All materials will be supplied and posted to your home.

Download the PDF flyer here

To avoid missing out, please make sure to register by calling the Koori Women’s Place on 9244 3333 or kwp@djirra.org.au

Location: Online, via zoom

Join Mutthi Mutthi artist Calinda Egan for some relaxed painting.

Also featuring special guest Mutthi-Mutthi and Gundijtmara Elder, Aunty Barb Egan.

All materials will be supplied and posted to your home.

Download the PDF flyer here

To avoid missing out, please make sure to register by calling the Koori Women’s Place on 9244 3333 or kwp@djirra.org.au

Date : 13/08/2021, Time : 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Online, via zoom

Ngumpie Weaving (Dilly Bag) – ONLINE – Thursday 26th August

Tegan Murdock is a proud Barkindtji, Yorta Yorta woman. She has been weaving for two years, taught by her mum
which she now passes on to others. Join us as we create a beautiful little dilly bag.

We will be using a looping technique that has been shared amongst our communities for a very long time. Dilly bags hold more than objects, each stitch will tell your unique story that you can carry with you.

All materials will be supplied and posted to your home.

Download the PDF flyer here

To avoid missing out, please make sure to register by calling the Koori Women’s Place on 9244 3333 or kwp@djirra.org.au

Location: Online, via zoom

Tegan Murdock is a proud Barkindtji, Yorta Yorta woman. She has been weaving for two years, taught by her mum
which she now passes on to others. Join us as we create a beautiful little dilly bag.

We will be using a looping technique that has been shared amongst our communities for a very long time. Dilly bags hold more than objects, each stitch will tell your unique story that you can carry with you.

All materials will be supplied and posted to your home.

Download the PDF flyer here

To avoid missing out, please make sure to register by calling the Koori Women’s Place on 9244 3333 or kwp@djirra.org.au

Date : 26/08/2021, Time : 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Online, via zoom