Welcome place to share craft skills
THE enthusiasm of the women who are creating jewellery and art and passing on skills at the Indigenous Women’s Centre at Eidsvold is infectious.
Last year their building was drab and uninviting but now it is an inspirational place where indigenous women gather to enjoy each other’s company, develop their skills and learn new ones.
“We have a display room, a work room, computers and we’re going to start some gardens as well,” ar- tist Ismay Law said.
“Next year we will have an opening and begin to offer our work for sale.
“We welcome new women and are excited about the future,” she said.
BUSY WOMEN’S CENTRE: Kerry Bligh, Ismay Law and Soyvina Law-Maslen are enjoying painting, making jewellery and passing on their skills.