Our unique Artist Craig Tapp facilitates Sand Art Workshops for schools, kindergartens and groups. Whilst he guides the participants and teaches them how to create the ‘Sand Art’ to a specific design/theme, he then tells the stories of his Country, people and Culture. As a cultural facilitator eco-environmental art mentor and teacher Tappy’s art acts Read More ...
‘SNOW’ AT SNOW4KIDS
Snow is a free daily art installation from nationally renowned Indigenous Australian artist Craig Tapp. Craig, a descendant of the Aboriginal people of the Moreton Bay Region, Quandamooka Yulu Burri Ba – ‘place of the people of land and sea’ will create a snowscape history of the Moreton Bay Region using carved and coloured snow (inspired by the natural coloured sands of the Quandamooka) to tell a traditional Indigenous Dreamtime story. This attraction, running from June 25 to 28, will encourage interaction between the children, the artist and the artwork.
Date: 25th – 28th June 2016
Time: 9am – 4:30pm daily.
Location: The Courier Mail Piazza, South Bank