Blak Dot Gallery provides space for community , artist-run and special guest workshops focusing on both traditional and modern Indigenous arts practice.


WORKSHOP ARTISTS Bronwyn Razem | Vicki Couzens | Kirsten Lyttle Gina Ropiha | Vicki Kinai | Frances Tapueluelu
DATE First weekend 4-5 March 2017
TIME 12pm - 4pm

The Eel/Fish Trap / Ngarrapan /Hinaki / Oma Akena Kune – is a large-scale (4 meter x 8meter long) contemporary interpretation of the Koori and Maori and, PNG eel/fish traps – a temporary installation at Blak Dot Gallery part of the Sydney Rd Music Festival.

The work will be a collaboration between our weaving communities, all respected for their approach to contemporary weaving. We are inviting you to ‘come weave with us’ and bring your weaving traditions to exchange.

It’s free so come join our creative team on Blak Dot Gallery lawns over three weekends to help create together the eel/fish trap.

Weaving Sessions

Sat 4th – Sun 5th March (Sydney Rd Festival Day)

Sat 11th – Sun 12th March

Sat 18th – Sunday 19th March (Celebration of Creation – Food and Entertainment)

Our Creative Team
Weavers: Bronwyn Razem | Vicki Couzens | Kirsten Lyttle | Gina Ropiha | Vicki Kinai

Screen Printing: Frances Tapueluelu

Sound Installation:
At night The Eel/Fish Trap it will come alive with projection and a sound collaboration by Anna Leibzbeit and Steve Stelios Adam.

To register your interest in the workshops email us at or call 0474328370.

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Places are strictly limited.