Inspiring  Women  Families  and  Communities

Arts & Crafts

These resources can be borrowed from Ishar by organisations and individuals. Please contact us for more information.

Mobile Mural – 2000

This was part of the Community Youth Safe Sex Program which was funded by Communicable Disease Control Branch of the Department of Health. The project involved the implementation of cultural appropriate sexual health education to at risk young women from CaLD backgrounds. The creation of the mural coupled with the increased knowledge and awareness from the education program gave the young women a sense of responsibility, each understanding they hold the key to safe sex.

Multicultural Dolls – 1999

This project culminated in a Dolls exhibition at the Mirrabooka Library. Aboriginal, Malaya, Egyptian and Jordanian women contributed to the creation of the dolls that were on display.

The Multicultural Tapestry Quilt – 1999

This project was funded by the Office of Citizenship and Multicultural Interests. The project honoured the uniqueness of Australians and their diverse backgrounds. A quilt was created by women from Aboriginal, Anglo–Australian, Baha’i, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, Russian Orthodox and Sahaj–Marg backgrounds.


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