It was a craft activity linked to the Tjanpi (an indigenous tribe)‘Wild Harvest Family’ woven grass sculpture which is on show at the moment in the Museum.
Here's a picture of the real thing.
It was a really well organised (free) event and the children had the opportunity to make grass/cotton/paper sculpures using sticks and material. We stayed for over 2 hours twisting thread, fabric and wool.
Here's some pictures of our day
|Eli and Audrey with sticks|