Camperdown's historic courthouse will hold its first solo exhibition this weekend as part of ongoing NAIDOC week celebrations.
Indigenous artist Tinka Clifford will feature at the Courthouse Camperdown for four weeks from Friday.
Ms Clifford is an award-winning artist and educator who moved to Warrnambool 13 years ago. Through her art and teachings, she shares her love of her ancestors, the dreamtime, her culture and the land.
Her personal interpretation of particular stories is shared through a variety of different methods, either personally through interactions or via a canvas, and with a combination of ancient and modern design, with an added contemporary twist.
The free exhibition will be launched at 6pm on Friday with refreshments and canapes provided.
Her work will then be available for viewing every day between 11am and 2pm.
Ms Clifford will also be involved in the Courthouse's last day of free family school holiday activities, which include nature play, bush toys, dance, artefacts, story telling, boomerang painting and ochres.
The event will run from 10am to 2pm on Friday. Families are urged to pack a lunch and reserve a spot here.
The courthouse is located at 179 Manifold Street, Camperdown
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