Get your creative juices flowing and join Jordana Angus for this Aboriginal Art Workshop.

About Jordana Angus

Jordana Angus is an established contemporary Wiradjuri artist and emerging jeweller. Her traditional land is Narrandera New South Wales; however was born and raised in Redcliffe, Queensland. This location has given me an innate connection to where the land meets the sea.

Jordana has completed a Bachelor of Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art (majoring in Jewellery and small objects) in Brisbane.

Works created by Jordana are often abstract landscapes to inform pieces inspired by reclaiming childhood cultural memories and their connection to Country. Jordana's concerns lie with addressing environmental issues so she aims to invest meaning and value into materials that are overlooked or discarded.



When: 4-5pm, Tuesday 23 February

Where: International Arrival Lounge (Kingham Room, next to The Redroom)

What: Create and take home unique art piece made using Aboriginal art techniques

RSVP: By 5pm, 22 February




Due to safety reasons and in line with current guidelines, registration is essential for these workshops. Please bring your registration.




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Tuesday, 23 February 2021 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm
Kingham Room (Next to Redroom) - Building 21C
Kingham Room (Next to Redroom) - Building 21C