Learn about traditional Aboriginal art and try it out yourself with this printable worksheet inspired by SALTBUSH at the #newvic!

Learn about Traditional Aboriginal (Dotted) Art and try it out yourself with this printable worksheet inspired by SALTBUSH at the

Learn about traditional Aboriginal art and try it out yourself with this printable worksheet inspired by SALTBUSH at the #newvic!

Learn about Traditional Aboriginal (Dotted) Art and try it out yourself with this printable worksheet inspired by SALTBUSH at the

Easy 1 hour class project- * - Sheets of black 8 1/2 x 11 construction paper * - Assortment of tempera paints * - Dixie cups (about 6-8 per group) * - Q-Tips (about 6-8 per group)

Australian Dot Painting- Easy 1 hour class project- * - Sheets of black 8 x 11 construction paper * - Assortment of tempera paints * - Dixie cups (about per group) * - Q-Tips (about per group)

Chern'ee Sutton - Jurutu

This image was interesting to me in the variance created by using patterns of circles, as well as how the creature stands out simply by implementing a far more sparce pattern.

aboriginal symbol

Some aboriginal symbolism, It is best to stay away from this sort of thing as not to come off as culturally insensitive.

Introduction to Aboriginal Art Powerpoint

Introduction to Aboriginal Art Powerpoint with Worksheet -requires some corrections and expanding to include the huge variety of aboriginal cultures and different styles of aboriginal art . but quite a good starting point for making one

Write a code for a friend. Visit Laughing Kids Learn: Aboriginal Clapping Sticks

Aboriginal Clapping Sticks

Free - Roll-An-Aboriginal-Dreaming Game - Multicultural Collage Art Activity - 4-6

Teach Art: Aboriginal Art History Game {NAIDOC Week Activities & Art Sub Plans}

Goannas by Angelo Burgoyne Judda

Goannas by Angelo Burgoyne Judda from Alice Springs, Central Australia created a 32 x 32 cm Acrylic on Canvas painting SOLD at the Aboriginal Art Store

Wooli Midden interpretive signage

This midden interpretive sign is in an area where aboriginal occupation of the land dates back years. A gathering place for Yaegl & Gumbaynggirr.

"Aboriginal tongue engages young" Elder and artist Aunty Shaa Smith began recording and writing down Gumbaynggirr in the 1980s; painted the giant mural in the classroom. Photo: Frank Redward

"Aboriginal tongue engages young" Elder and artist Aunty Shaa Smith began recording and writing down Gumbaynggirr in the painted the giant mural in the classroom.

ARRAWARRA CULTURE - Fact Sheets 1-8 The Gumbaynggirr people have occupied this land for thousands of years, forming one of the largest coastal Aboriginal nations in New South Wales.They are renowned as the ‘sharing people’ because their land was so rich that food and other resources were commonly shared with other nations. #Australia #Aboriginal #Indigenous

ARRAWARRA CULTURE - Fact Sheets 1-8 The Gumbaynggirr people have occupied this land for thousands of years, forming one of the largest coastal Aboriginal nations in New South Wales.They are renowned as the ‘sharing people’ because their land was so rich that food and other resources were commonly shared with other nations. #Australia #Aboriginal #Indigenous

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