Deanne Gilson 'Baaniip'
alongside
Arthur Boyd Study for tripych: Waiting at Styx 1988, oil on canvas; triptych. Geelong Gallery, Gift of Stephen Johns, through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, in memory of his mother (Freda Johns), grandmother (Kamilla Koppel) and aunt (Stella Golden), 2019

Reproduced with the permission of the Bundanon Trust

Deanne Gilson 'Baaniip'
alongside
Arthur Boyd Study for tripych: Waiting at Styx 1988, oil on canvas; triptych. Geelong Gallery, Gift of Stephen Johns, through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, in memory of his mother (Freda Johns), grandmother (Kamilla Koppel) and aunt (Stella Golden), 2019

Reproduced with the permission of the Bundanon Trust

Deanne Gilson 'Baaniip'
alongside
Arthur Boyd Study for tripych: Waiting at Styx 1988, oil on canvas; triptych. Geelong Gallery, Gift of Stephen Johns, through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, in memory of his mother (Freda Johns), grandmother (Kamilla Koppel) and aunt (Stella Golden), 2019

Reproduced with the permission of the Bundanon Trust

Deanne Gilson 'Baaniip'
alongside
Arthur Boyd Study for tripych: Waiting at Styx 1988, oil on canvas; triptych. Geelong Gallery, Gift of Stephen Johns, through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, in memory of his mother (Freda Johns), grandmother (Kamilla Koppel) and aunt (Stella Golden), 2019

Reproduced with the permission of the Bundanon Trust

Deanne Gilson 'Baaniip'
alongside
Arthur Boyd Study for tripych: Waiting at Styx 1988, oil on canvas; triptych. Geelong Gallery, Gift of Stephen Johns, through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, in memory of his mother (Freda Johns), grandmother (Kamilla Koppel) and aunt (Stella Golden), 2019

Reproduced with the permission of the Bundanon Trust

Deanne Gilson 'Baaniip'
alongside
Arthur Boyd Study for tripych: Waiting at Styx 1988, oil on canvas; triptych. Geelong Gallery, Gift of Stephen Johns, through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, in memory of his mother (Freda Johns), grandmother (Kamilla Koppel) and aunt (Stella Golden), 2019

Reproduced with the permission of the Bundanon Trust

Deanne Gilson 'Baaniip'
alongside
Arthur Boyd Study for tripych: Waiting at Styx 1988, oil on canvas; triptych. Geelong Gallery, Gift of Stephen Johns, through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, in memory of his mother (Freda Johns), grandmother (Kamilla Koppel) and aunt (Stella Golden), 2019

Reproduced with the permission of the Bundanon Trust

Deanne Gilson 'Baaniip'
alongside
Arthur Boyd Study for tripych: Waiting at Styx 1988, oil on canvas; triptych. Geelong Gallery, Gift of Stephen Johns, through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, in memory of his mother (Freda Johns), grandmother (Kamilla Koppel) and aunt (Stella Golden), 2019

Reproduced with the permission of the Bundanon Trust

Deanne Gilson 'Baaniip'
alongside
Arthur Boyd Study for tripych: Waiting at Styx 1988, oil on canvas; triptych. Geelong Gallery, Gift of Stephen Johns, through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, in memory of his mother (Freda Johns), grandmother (Kamilla Koppel) and aunt (Stella Golden), 2019

Reproduced with the permission of the Bundanon Trust

Deanne Gilson 'Baaniip'
alongside
Arthur Boyd Study for tripych: Waiting at Styx 1988, oil on canvas; triptych. Geelong Gallery, Gift of Stephen Johns, through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, in memory of his mother (Freda Johns), grandmother (Kamilla Koppel) and aunt (Stella Golden), 2019

Reproduced with the permission of the Bundanon Trust

We see recognition—virtual workshops

9 November to 15 November 9.30am to 12.30pm

Victorian Curriculum levels 4 to 8—English, the Arts and Humanities (History)

Bookings

Join us for a virtual workshop presented by a First Nations artist, to learn more about the important cultural connections shared by the Traditional Owners of this country, as we discover the Dreaming stories, belief systems and spiritual connections of Aboriginal people.

Hosted by Wadawurrung woman, Deanne Gilson, these workshops will focus on the Bunyip (Baa-ni-ip) story, a Dreamtime creature, as a source of inspiration to create three-dimensional sculptures.

These workshops acknowledge and build on the respectful relationships shared by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other Australians. It is an ideal opportunity for students and educators to join the Reconciliation conversation and reflect on our shared histories, contributions and achievements. 

NAIDOC Week

Celebrate NAIDOC Week—Always Was, Always Will Be—by embracing the history of the oldest continuing culture on our planet.

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Join the waitlist: learn@geelonggallery.org.au