Disclaimer: Due to the current uncertainty regarding coronavirus, many events are being cancelled. Please contact the event organiser directly via the contact details on the listing if you are unsure.
'Holding Space' is an immersion program where we celebrate a different culture every month and in October we are all about India! We'll be focusing on the continent of India and its glorious colour, culture and art from her shores. We've got a lot going on this month, including:
🧡 WHAT'S BREWING - Sun 4th Oct 11am (Online)
Learn how to make authentic chai with Anu.
Book your spot here: https://making-chai-with-anu.eventbrite.com.au
❤️ WHAT'S MOVING - Sat 31st Oct 3pm - 5pm
Learn how to dance Bollywood at Space2b (event may be postponed depending on COVID-19 restrictions).
Book your spot here: https://dancing-bollywood.eventbrite.com.au
🧡 WHAT'S COOKING - Sat 16th Oct
Anu will sharing her family recipe with and teach you how to cook tandoori!
Book your spot here: https://tandoori-cookoff.eventbrite.com.au
❤️ WHAT'S ON THE FLOOR
Kim Pearce and Kath Davis are the founders of the Possibility Project and the Slow clothing range, slumwear108, made with the entrepreneurial slum communities in India. Each piece is a stunning one-off, lovingly made with fabrics sourced in India, sometimes new, sometimes preloved, all stitched with pride.
🧡 WHAT'S ON THE WALL - Fri 2nd Oct (Online)
NAMASTE INDIA brings together a taste of the diversity of art in India. A blend of Indian emerging and established artists, sharing their heritage, skills and taking you to a reflection of how art connect us all. Explore the paintings online at our Gallery Artspace page, listen to the artist and come along to see at our exhibition Art Gallery at 144 Chapel Street, St Kilda.
❤️ WHO'S PAINTING - from Fri 2nd Oct
NAMASTE INDIA is bringing Rangoli to the children during the month of October - an opportunity for the kids to indulge in creative work and get their hands on colours. From Friday 2nd October you can download patterns for free from our website. Send us your Rangoli art and we will showcase at our social media.
Kindly funded by the City of Port Phillip Bay and the Palais Theatre.