11-21 AUGUST 2022 View all events

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Presented by BLEACH*

Presented by BLEACH*

Kids of all ages are invited to this workshop on the sand to learn the magic and method of making fire with local master fire-starter, Rick Roser.



Rick Roser of the Picambul people of southern Queensland, has been making art and artefacts since age 12. His art and sculptures have been collected in the National Gallery , Queensland Art Gallery and private collections. Rick has toured internationally as a performer and artist many times and creates contemporary representations of traditional Aboriginal weaponry and sculptures that are crafted from stone, resin, fibre, lawyer cane and ochres.

    • Accessible toilet
    • Performances may contain lighting effects, strobe and haze

    This is a participatory experience, incorporating traditional cultural practice as well as use of instruments and artefacts. Fire and smoke will be used.

    Participants with specific access needs should contact the BLEACH* team via email [email protected] or 07 5525 6468 to discuss your particular requirements.

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    Photo CreditClaudio Kirac, Art-Work Agency
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    Ed Hardy Park, The EsplanadeNorth Burleigh QLD 4220

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    Sunday 14 Aug10:00 am
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    • Food & beverage available on site
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    • Performances may contain lighting effects, strobe and haze
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