What's on: Workshop: First Nations Eco-Terrariums

Gain First Nations environmental knowledge, engage your creativity and upscale your coffee cups, jars and teapots in our terrarium-building workshop. 

First Nations Eco-terrariums

First Nations Eco-terrariums
Photographer: Nick Langley © Australian Museum

Event Type:
Special event
24 November 2018
01.00 PM to 03.00 PM
Australian Museum, entry corner of College and William Streets
$59 Members / $69 General Public / $64 Concession

Feeling the terrarium fever? Surrender to the desire for a pretty, fail-safe planter in the First Nations Eco-terrarium Building workshop.

A tour of the First Australians Galleries leads to a discussion exploring how First Nations communities are impacted by, and react to, climate change.

We provide upscaling terrarium materials including native succulents and eco-friendly materials, you bring the container of your choice (coffee cups, jars or teapots) and together we create a resilient green masterpiece. Your take-home booty includes your own mobile carbon-dioxide conversion unit and eco-goodies that will help you to become a green machine at home.

6pm - Welcome drink
6:10pm - First Nations Ecological Tour
6:30pm - Eco-Terrarium Building
8pm - Make like a tree and leave! Don't forget to take your terrarium and eco-bag with you!

This is an adults only event 18+

No prior knowledge or skills required to participate

The workshop will run for an hour and some light refreshments will be offered.


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