FORTHCOMING EVENTS

When lockdowns end…

PLEASE REGISTER INTEREST

Possible trip to Gulaga with Uncle Max . 4 days including road travel.

Local trip with Aboriginal Elder…with workshop…one day

Art exhibition…October 2021…the Pavilion.

PAST EVENTS

2018

         -    November - Shirley Ellis Art Award for painting on subject of ocean pool. All into Ocean Pools Organisation

          

         -    August - Kuringai with Uncle Max (Dulumunmun) Indigenous Elder….  30 people.

 

2017

 

         -    May - Trip to the sacred mountain (Gulaga) of the Yuin People of south coast NSW with Dulumunmun (Uncle Max)

                        

         -    CD Launch…Wylie’s Ocean Pool,  "Swimming in Sound" (Poetry, Storytellings)…Available $20 including postage

 

 

2016

      

         -     March -  Talk with storytelling, images, questions, Randwick Library: "Meaning-Making and Mark-Making in Art” 

         -     April -  ‘Walking Country, Hearing Stories’, with Dulumunmun, Uncle Max, Sydney region.

         -     May -   Kuringai, Walking Country with Uncle Max.

         -     May -  Talk and demonstration at Derivan Paints, Nth Ryde on Monoprinting with Paint.

         -     June -  Randwick Art Society.  Talk and demonstration/workshop. Making Artist folding books.

          

2015

         -     July -  Australian Catholic University, Sydney,

              Grounding the Sacred in the Arts Conference, ‘The Liminal as Sacred - through Art, Oral Storytelling', storytelling and presentation of my

              own artwork -- with special reference to Yolngu NE Arnhemland culture,

 

          -   August -  Soirée, private gathering -- Storytelling -- NE Arnhemland encounters, Bhutan adventures, poetry…. other contributors sharing on guitar,

              (oudh, singing, African drums, ukulele, poetry)

 

          -   Aboriginal Elder, Dulumunmun 

              Many ‘Walking Country’ experiences with groups, plus workshops. Caroline has  known and worked with  Dulumunmun, Yuin man from

              South Coast NSW over decades, taking people into Country to hear his stories, sometimes weaving her stories of encounters with Aborignal

              people in Brewarrina, in Arnhemland, in Central Australia, with his stories and teachings.

              Facilitating book-making, image- and word-making arising from these ‘Bush’ experiences -- for expression of the learning.

              Hand book-making is a feature of the workshops.

         -    Travels in Scotland, Denmark and Bhutan have produced a swag of visual artwork, poetry, prose, writings.

             

         -    Double-sided Painterly Works are available  [dimensions]- these can be hung in a large space or where a window provides viewing from both

              sides ….each image  viewed in this way is different ….suggesting landscape sof different kinds in colour  and texture.

              They resemble stained glass windows where light plays with  colour.

           

 

2013:

    

         -    See "Walking Country" page for Dulumunmun walk (September 27-30, 2013)


               

         -    August  -  Derivan/Matisse Paint Company, Recorded talks, slide presentations of artwork for studio audience and YouTube

             

         Caroline also:

 

         -    July - painted in Matisse’s villa in France

 

         -    May - artist-in-residence, Vytlacil Campus of Art Students League of New York         

              

         -    April - gave a storytelling presentation (with Laura Simms, storyteller extraordinaire and Tibetan Buddhist teacher) in Greenwich Village,

              New York City

2012

         -    Derivan/Matisse Paint Company, Recorded talks, slide presentations of artwork for studio audience and YouTube

         -    Guest storyteller in Greenwich Village, New York, during April/May

2011

        -     Derivan/Matisse Paint Company, Recorded talks, slide presentations of artwork for studio audience and YouTube

       

        -     Guest storyteller in Greenwich Village, New York, during April/May