Join Sonya Rankine from Lakun Mara for this workshop to learn about the cultural importance of weaving and the impact of history.

Date: Thu 20 April 2023
Time: 10.30am-12.30pm
Location: Gawler Public Library, 65 Angle Vale Rd, Evanston Gardens
Cost: Free
Suitable for: Children 10+ and adults
Further information: 8524 6265 /

Sonya is the founder and artist of Lakun Mara, which.was established in 2019. Lakun Mara means ‘Weaving Hand’ in Ngarrindjeri language. Sonya is a Ngarrindjeri, Ngadjuri, Narungga & Wirangu artist. Lakun Mara is weaving + culture and is at the heart of her art that is strongly linked to cultural maintenance, survival and revival. The art of Lakun Mara is inspired and strongly connected to the traditional weaving practice of Ngarrindjeri and Ngadjuri First Nations.

This is a family friendly event, suitable for children aged 10+ and adults. Participants will learn the basics of traditional weaving from starter rounds.

This project is funded by the Landscape Levy and delivered on behalf of the Northern and Yorke Landscape Board.