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MENS DIDGERIDOO ART WORKSHOPS
Contact us via: admin@buruminart.com 
Phone: 0466 071 555
Phone: 0423 198 257

In respect of traditional Aboriginal culture, playing and learning to play a Didgeridoo is strictly a male activity., So this Workshop will only be run for  Males: Brothers, Fathers & Sons, Uncles & Grandfathers.
Our Didgeridoo Painting Workshop Includes  a Culture sharing and educational experience and is perfect for mens groups and families we supply an Aboriginal artist for a Hands-on Aboriginal art  experience. Participants will receive their very own handmade didgeridoo (1.3 meters for adults, 1meter for children Sizes may vary depending on availability and all paints, brushes and art materials needed for the program  and a short demonstration on basic didgeridoo playing, classes generally run for three hours.


Please complete our contact form and leave us all of your details and specific requests and we will get back to you with a price and more information.

(bookings for private groups)
Create and  learn Aboriginal art techniques with local South Coast Aboriginal artists including BUNMARRA
Our Boomerang painting workshops include  Culture sharing and education, Hands-on art activities and guidance from Local Aboriginal artists, All paints & art material, one hour workshop



PRIVATE ART WORKSHOPS
Private Aboriginal Art Classes for Individuals and Groups
Class Includes Hands-on tuition from BUNMARRRA and all paints and art material needed,  Light refreshment/s/ Bush Tucker morning Tea, private art class length is 2 hours We will do everything possible to accommodate individuals request, please let us know.
Please complete the contact us form and leave us all of your details and specific requests and we will get back to you with a price and more information.


FEEDBACK:



“I want to say I thoroughly enjoyed the experience at the Men’s Cultural Learning Workshop. Troy and Joe are very welcoming and are excellent teachers. Thank you for organising the event. I still can’t circular breath..”