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ABORIGINAL ART

Claystone Marketing brings Aboriginal art projects to schools, using art as a tool for education and appreciation of Indigenous culture. 

Bringing Aboriginal Culture to Schools through Art: Our Indigenous Art Education Services

At Claystone Marketing, we are committed to promoting cultural awareness and appreciation of Aboriginal art through our specialized services. We believe that education is key to creating a more inclusive society, which is why we bring Aboriginal art projects directly to schools. Our team of experienced artists and educators work with children to create beautiful and meaningful art while teaching them about the history and culture behind it.

We believe that art is a powerful tool for communication and expression, and we use it to connect children with the rich heritage of Australia’s First Nations peoples. Our projects are designed to be fun and engaging, while also providing an opportunity for students to deepen their understanding and respect for Aboriginal culture.

Whether you’re a primary school teacher or a high school art coordinator, our team can work with you to tailor our programs to suit your specific needs. From one-off workshops to ongoing programs, we can provide you with the resources and expertise to make learning about Aboriginal art and culture an enriching and unforgettable experience for your students.

At Claystone Marketing, we are passionate about empowering young people to appreciate and celebrate diversity, and we believe that our Aboriginal art services are an important step towards achieving that goal. If you’re interested in bringing our programs to your school, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Experience the Power of Art: Customized Programs and Transformative Projects by Claystone Marketing

NAMEDESCRIPTIONKEY BENEFITSSESSION TIMEEQUIPMENT
Hand prints on canvasKids will paint and press their hands onto a canvas using the aboriginal paint colours red, black and yellow.• Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture and the significance of the Aboriginal flag.
• Kids will paint using their physical senses, connecting them to the artwork through physical touch, i.e. Using the hand as a paintbrush.
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art
1-2 hours. Depending on group size and number of classes participating.1 large canvas, paints, paint brushes,
Aboriginal animals and tracks on canvas Each child will be provided with a small canvas, paint and animal stencils which they will use to paint and trace the animals onto a small canvas. • Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture
• Kids will learn about native animals and their significance to the Aboriginal people.
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art
1-2 hours Depending on group size and number of classes participating.Small canvas for each kid, Animal stencils, Paint, Paint brushes 
Telling Aboriginal stories through the use of cultural symbols Kids can create a story on a small canvas by using paint and aboriginal symbols• Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will be using their imagination to come up with their own stories
• Kids will learn about how Aboriginal people tell stories through art
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture
• Kids will learn about symbols and their significance to the Aboriginal people.
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art
1-2 hours. Depending on group size and number of classes participating.Small canvas each kid, Paint, Paint brushes 
Mural painting on large wood. Kids will work together and be supported to paint a large mural that connects to an Aboriginal theme.• Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will work together and create a meaningful Aboriginal story they can all be proud of.
• Kids will learn how to work within a larger project.
• Kids will learn about how Aboriginal people tell stories through art
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture
• Kids will learn about symbols and their significance to the Aboriginal people.
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art
12 hours. Depending on group size and number of classes participating.Large wooden pannels, Paint, Paint brushes
Aboriginal flag picture frame made out of crepe paper.Kids will work together to scrunch crepe paper and paste it on the back of the picture frame board, making the Aboriginal flag. The frame will then be sealed and can be placed onto a wall.• Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will work together and create meaningful Aboriginal artwork they can all be proud of.
• Kids will learn how to work within a larger project.
• Kids will learn about how Aboriginal people tell stories through art
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture
• Kids will learn about the Aboriginal flag and it’s significance to the Aboriginal people.
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art
2-3 hours. Depending on group size and number of classes participating.Crepe paper, Large photo frame, Glue
The Rainbow serpent snake on a big canvasKids will work together to paint the rainbow serpent on a large canvas and can add Aboriginal symbols, handprints and other designs.  • Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will work together and create meaningful Aboriginal artwork they can all be proud of.
• Kids will learn about the story of the Rainbow serpent and its significance to the Aboriginal people.
• Kids will learn how to work within a larger project.
• Kids will learn about how Aboriginal people tell stories through art
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture
• Kids will enjoy a mixture of working with and applying different colours to a project
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art
3-4 hours. Depending on group size and number of classes participating.Large canvas, Paint, Paint brushes

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ABORIGINAL ART

Claystone Marketing brings Aboriginal art projects to schools, using art as a tool for education and appreciation of Indigenous culture. 

Bringing Aboriginal Culture to Schools through Art: Our Indigenous Art Education Services

At Claystone Marketing, we are committed to promoting cultural awareness and appreciation of Aboriginal art through our specialized services. We believe that education is key to creating a more inclusive society, which is why we bring Aboriginal art projects directly to schools. Our team of experienced artists and educators work with children to create beautiful and meaningful art while teaching them about the history and culture behind it.

We believe that art is a powerful tool for communication and expression, and we use it to connect children with the rich heritage of Australia’s First Nations peoples. Our projects are designed to be fun and engaging, while also providing an opportunity for students to deepen their understanding and respect for Aboriginal culture.

Whether you’re a primary school teacher or a high school art coordinator, our team can work with you to tailor our programs to suit your specific needs. From one-off workshops to ongoing programs, we can provide you with the resources and expertise to make learning about Aboriginal art and culture an enriching and unforgettable experience for your students.

At Claystone Marketing, we are passionate about empowering young people to appreciate and celebrate diversity, and we believe that our Aboriginal art services are an important step towards achieving that goal. If you’re interested in bringing our programs to your school, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

1.Hand prints on canvas

Description:
Kids will paint and press their hands onto a canvas using the aboriginal paint colours red, black and yellow.

Key Benefits:
• Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture and the significance of the Aboriginal flag.
• Kids will paint using their physical senses, connecting them to the artwork through physical touch, i.e. Using the hand as a paintbrush.
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art

Session Time:
1-2 hours. Depending on group size and number of classes participating.

Equipment:
1 large canvas, paints, paint brushes

 

2.Aboriginal animals and tracks on canvas

Description:
DEach child will be provided with a small canvas, paint and animal stencils which they will use to paint and trace the animals onto a small canvas.

Key Benefits:
• Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture
• Kids will learn about native animals and their significance to the Aboriginal people.
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art

Session Time:
1-2 hours Depending on group size and number of classes participating.

Equipment:
Small canvas for each kid, Animal stencils, Paint, Paint brushes

 

3.Telling Aboriginal stories through the use of cultural symbols

Description:
Kids can create a story on a small canvas by using paint and aboriginal symbols.

Key Benefits:
• Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will be using their imagination to come up with their own stories
• Kids will learn about how Aboriginal people tell stories through art
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture
• Kids will learn about symbols and their significance to the Aboriginal people.
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art

Session Time:
1-2 hours. Depending on group size and number of classes participating.

Equipment:
Small canvas each kid, Paint, Paint brushes

 

4.Mural painting on large wood.

Description:
Kids will work together and be supported to paint a large mural that connects to an Aboriginal theme.

Key Benefits:
• Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will work together and create a meaningful Aboriginal story they can all be proud of.
• Kids will learn how to work within a larger project.
• Kids will learn about how Aboriginal people tell stories through art
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture
• Kids will learn about symbols and their significance to the Aboriginal people.
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art

Session Time:
12 hours. Depending on group size and number of classes participating.

Equipment:
Large wooden pannels, Paint, Paint brushes

 

5.Aboriginal flag picture frame made out of crepe paper.

Description:
Kids will work together to scrunch crepe paper and paste it on the back of the picture frame board, making the Aboriginal flag. The frame will then be sealed and can be placed onto a wall.

Key Benefits:
• Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will work together and create meaningful Aboriginal artwork they can all be proud of.
• Kids will learn how to work within a larger project.
• Kids will learn about how Aboriginal people tell stories through art
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture
• Kids will learn about the Aboriginal flag and it’s significance to the Aboriginal people.
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art

Session Time:
2-3 hours. Depending on group size and number of classes participating.

Equipment:
Crepe paper, Large photo frame, Glue

 

6.The Rainbow serpent snake on a big canvas

Description:
Kids will work together to paint the rainbow serpent on a large canvas and can add Aboriginal symbols, handprints and other designs.

Key Benefits:
• Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will work together and create meaningful Aboriginal artwork they can all be proud of.
• Kids will learn about the story of the Rainbow serpent and its significance to the Aboriginal people.
• Kids will learn how to work within a larger project.
• Kids will learn about how Aboriginal people tell stories through art
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture
• Kids will enjoy a mixture of working with and applying different colours to a project
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art

Session Time:
3-4 hours. Depending on group size and number of classes participating.

Equipment:
Large canvas, Paint, Paint brushes

Experience the Power of Art: Customized Programs and Transformative Projects by Claystone Marketing

NAMEDESCRIPTIONKEY BENEFITSSESSION TIMEEQUIPMENTPRICE
Hand prints on canvasKids will paint and press their hands onto a canvas using the aboriginal paint colours red, black and yellow.• Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture and the significance of the Aboriginal flag.
• Kids will paint using their physical senses, connecting them to the artwork through physical touch, i.e. Using the hand as a paintbrush.
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art
1-2 hours. Depending on group size and number of classes participating.1 large canvas, paints, paint brushes,$100 per Hour
Aboriginal animals and tracks on canvas Each child will be provided with a small canvas, paint and animal stencils which they will use to paint and trace the animals onto a small canvas. • Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture
• Kids will learn about native animals and their significance to the Aboriginal people.
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art
1-2 hours Depending on group size and number of classes participating.Small canvas for each kid, Animal stencils, Paint, Paint brushes $100 per Hour
Telling Aboriginal stories through the use of cultural symbols Kids can create a story on a small canvas by using paint and aboriginal symbols• Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will be using their imagination to come up with their own stories
• Kids will learn about how Aboriginal people tell stories through art
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture
• Kids will learn about symbols and their significance to the Aboriginal people.
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art
1-2 hours. Depending on group size and number of classes participating.Small canvas each kid, Paint, Paint brushes $100 per Hour
Mural painting on large wood. Kids will work together and be supported to paint a large mural that connects to an Aboriginal theme.• Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will work together and create a meaningful Aboriginal story they can all be proud of.
• Kids will learn how to work within a larger project.
• Kids will learn about how Aboriginal people tell stories through art
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture
• Kids will learn about symbols and their significance to the Aboriginal people.
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art
12 hours. Depending on group size and number of classes participating.Large wooden pannels, Paint, Paint brushes$100 per Hour
Aboriginal flag picture frame made out of crepe paper.Kids will work together to scrunch crepe paper and paste it on the back of the picture frame board, making the Aboriginal flag. The frame will then be sealed and can be placed onto a wall.• Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will work together and create meaningful Aboriginal artwork they can all be proud of.
• Kids will learn how to work within a larger project.
• Kids will learn about how Aboriginal people tell stories through art
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture
• Kids will learn about the Aboriginal flag and it’s significance to the Aboriginal people.
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art
2-3 hours. Depending on group size and number of classes participating.Crepe paper, Large photo frame, Glue$100 per Hour
The Rainbow serpent snake on a big canvasKids will work together to paint the rainbow serpent on a large canvas and can add Aboriginal symbols, handprints and other designs.  • Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will work together and create meaningful Aboriginal artwork they can all be proud of.
• Kids will learn about the story of the Rainbow serpent and its significance to the Aboriginal people.
• Kids will learn how to work within a larger project.
• Kids will learn about how Aboriginal people tell stories through art
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture
• Kids will enjoy a mixture of working with and applying different colours to a project
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art
3-4 hours. Depending on group size and number of classes participating.Large canvas, Paint, Paint brushes$100 per Hour

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ABORIGINAL ART

Claystone Marketing brings Aboriginal art projects to schools, using art as a tool for education and appreciation of Indigenous culture. 

EXPERIENCE THE POWER OF ART: CUSTOMIZED PROGRAMS AND TRANSFORMATIVE PROJECTS BY CLAYSTONE MARKETING

Bringing Aboriginal Culture to Schools through Art: Our Indigenous Art Education Services

At Claystone Marketing, we are committed to promoting cultural awareness and appreciation of Aboriginal art through our specialized services. We believe that education is key to creating a more inclusive society, which is why we bring Aboriginal art projects directly to schools. Our team of experienced artists and educators work with children to create beautiful and meaningful art while teaching them about the history and culture behind it.

We believe that art is a powerful tool for communication and expression, and we use it to connect children with the rich heritage of Australia’s First Nations peoples. Our projects are designed to be fun and engaging, while also providing an opportunity for students to deepen their understanding and respect for Aboriginal culture.

Whether you’re a primary school teacher or a high school art coordinator, our team can work with you to tailor our programs to suit your specific needs. From one-off workshops to ongoing programs, we can provide you with the resources and expertise to make learning about Aboriginal art and culture an enriching and unforgettable experience for your students.

At Claystone Marketing, we are passionate about empowering young people to appreciate and celebrate diversity, and we believe that our Aboriginal art services are an important step towards achieving that goal. If you’re interested in bringing our programs to your school, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

1.Hand prints on canvas

Description:
Kids will paint and press their hands onto a canvas using the aboriginal paint colours red, black and yellow.

Key Benefits:
• Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture and the significance of the Aboriginal flag.
• Kids will paint using their physical senses, connecting them to the artwork through physical touch, i.e. Using the hand as a paintbrush.
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art

Session Time:
1-2 hours. Depending on group size and number of classes participating.

Equipment:
1 large canvas, paints, paint brushes

 

2.Aboriginal animals and tracks on canvas

Description:
DEach child will be provided with a small canvas, paint and animal stencils which they will use to paint and trace the animals onto a small canvas.

Key Benefits:
• Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture
• Kids will learn about native animals and their significance to the Aboriginal people.
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art

Session Time:
1-2 hours Depending on group size and number of classes participating.

Equipment:
Small canvas for each kid, Animal stencils, Paint, Paint brushes

 

3.Telling Aboriginal stories through the use of cultural symbols

Description:
Kids can create a story on a small canvas by using paint and aboriginal symbols.

Key Benefits:
• Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will be using their imagination to come up with their own stories
• Kids will learn about how Aboriginal people tell stories through art
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture
• Kids will learn about symbols and their significance to the Aboriginal people.
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art

Session Time:
1-2 hours. Depending on group size and number of classes participating.

Equipment:
Small canvas each kid, Paint, Paint brushes

 

4.Mural painting on large wood.

Description:
Kids will work together and be supported to paint a large mural that connects to an Aboriginal theme.

Key Benefits:
• Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will work together and create a meaningful Aboriginal story they can all be proud of.
• Kids will learn how to work within a larger project.
• Kids will learn about how Aboriginal people tell stories through art
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture
• Kids will learn about symbols and their significance to the Aboriginal people.
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art

Session Time:
12 hours. Depending on group size and number of classes participating.

Equipment:
Large wooden pannels, Paint, Paint brushes

 

5.Aboriginal flag picture frame made out of crepe paper.

Description:
Kids will work together to scrunch crepe paper and paste it on the back of the picture frame board, making the Aboriginal flag. The frame will then be sealed and can be placed onto a wall.

Key Benefits:
• Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will work together and create meaningful Aboriginal artwork they can all be proud of.
• Kids will learn how to work within a larger project.
• Kids will learn about how Aboriginal people tell stories through art
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture
• Kids will learn about the Aboriginal flag and it’s significance to the Aboriginal people.
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art

Session Time:
2-3 hours. Depending on group size and number of classes participating.

Equipment:
Crepe paper, Large photo frame, Glue

 

6.The Rainbow serpent snake on a big canvas

Description:
Kids will work together to paint the rainbow serpent on a large canvas and can add Aboriginal symbols, handprints and other designs.

Key Benefits:
• Kids will engage in a creative art activity.
• Kids will work together and create meaningful Aboriginal artwork they can all be proud of.
• Kids will learn about the story of the Rainbow serpent and its significance to the Aboriginal people.
• Kids will learn how to work within a larger project.
• Kids will learn about how Aboriginal people tell stories through art
• Kids will learn about Aboriginal culture
• Kids will enjoy a mixture of working with and applying different colours to a project
• Kids will experience the therapeutic benefits of creative art

Session Time:
3-4 hours. Depending on group size and number of classes participating.

Equipment:
Large canvas, Paint, Paint brushes

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