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Artist in Schools

Temaana Yundu Sanderson-Bromley. Presented by Children’s Artspace and Adelaide Festival Centre’s centrED

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Children’s Artspace and centrED are excited to welcome Temaana Yundu Sanderson-Bromley to work with First Nations secondary school students through a series of art workshops in Term 2.

During this artist in residency, students will follow a process of learning about the past and then will answer the question: “Who Are We?” to better understand their present, feel proud of their Aboriginal identity, and share their hopes for the future through their artwork creations. 

Artworks produced in this artist in school program will form part of Who Are We?, a professional exhibition at Adelaide Festival Centre’s Children’s Artspace from 27 July to 12 October.

About the artist:

Temaana Yundu Sanderson-Bromley is a young multidisciplinary First Nations artist based in Adelaide on Kaurna Country. His language groups are Adnyamathanha (Flinders Ranges), Narungga (Yorke Peninsula) and Wangkangurru/Yarluyandi (Simpson Desert). He regularly travels to his Yarta (land), particularly the Flinders Ranges with family. These trips provide inspiration for his art and his love of nature and land management.

Participation requirements:

This free program is available to First Nations students in Department for Education secondary schools within the Adelaide Metropolitan area.

Year levels: Year 7-12 (multiyear level groups are encouraged to participate)

Dates: Monday and Wednesday mornings in Term 2

Duration of visit: 1-2 double lessons per visit (approx. 90 minutes each)

Number of visits: 3-4 visits per school (working with the same group each time)

Number of students: Ideally 10-25 students per class

To register an expression of interest, complete the form via the ‘apply now’ link. Please note that capacity is limited. The form is an expression of interest only. 

Registrations are now closed. Successful schools will be notified via email by the end of Week 10, Term 1.

Please direct enquiries to or (08) 8216 8861

Children’s Artspace is supported by Adelaide Festival Centre Foundation. centrED is supported by Department for Education South Australia

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