A large part of the Aboriginal culture is expressed through art, therefore it has become a large part of the Cully Fest as well.

To celebrate all the different mediums of being creative, Cully Fest has a range of workshops to get your creative juices going. All these workshops are inclusive to your festival ticket so make sure to check out the Festival Program so that you can fit as much as possible in.

Here are some of the fantastic artists who will be teaching you.

Eckybow By the Lake

Friday 1-4pm Didgeridoo Making Workshop (3hrs Boys Only)*$90 for didgeridoo

Satrurday –  Didgeridoo Making Workshop (3hrs Boys Only)*$90 for didgeridoo

Sunday – Didgeridoo Making Workshop (3hrs Boys Only)*$90 for didgeridoo

Sarah Campbell

For as long as she can remember, Sarah Campbell’s life has been full of colour and artistic flair.  Ever since picking up a pencil at a young age, Sarah has been creating art and she has never looked back.

Sarah is teaching the following workshops:

Painting Workshop
Explore different ways of making marks on paper and, using texture, layering, and different mediums, create a stunning and unique abstract artwork. Friday 2 – 4pm, Saturday 11am-12pm, 4-5pm, Sunday 11am-12pm, 4-5pm.
Charcoal drawing workshop
 Learn how to create tone and value with charcoal to add depth to your drawings. Also, practice making quick gestural sketches with charcoal to introduce a loose and expressive quality to your drawing.  Saturday 9-10am, Sunday 10-11am, 3-4pm.
Drawing Australian animals
 Learn simple techniques for drawing animals by breaking them down into shapes and then adding detail, colour and your own personal style to create a drawing of an Aussie animal full of character and life. Friday 4 – 5pm, Saturday 2-3pm, 5-6pm, Sunday 9-10am, 2-3pm.
Chalk art 
 Have fun with all the colours of the rainbow in this outdoor workshop where we will adorn some boring old bitumen with big, beautiful and bold drawings. Friday 5 – 6pm, Saturday 10-11am, 3-4pm, Sunday 1-2pm.