What are Point Clare Girl Guides made of?

26 JUN 2019

One creative Saturday, 15 July, 25 Girl Guides aged 6–12 from three different Units attended a GirlMade workshop at Point Clare Guide Hall.

During the four-hour workshop participants explored the concept of leadership across four different mediums: watercolour paints; pastels and chalks; pencil drawing; and collage.

The workshop is one of several held in the Coastal Valleys Region of Girl Guides NSW & ACT. It is being held to help prepare participants to enter The GirlMade Project, Girl Guides NSW & ACT’s biennale Association wide art competition and exhibition.

The GirlMade Project showcases the diverse and creative talents of the girls and young women of Girl Guides NSW & ACT through artworks. Girl-led Guiding in action, the 2019 Project has the people’s choice theme of leadership. Participation is simple: create an artwork; fill in the entry form; submit artworks to Region exhibitions.
One of the workshop’s participating Girl Guides Mia, aged 9 interpreted leadership as

many hands make a team and without a team you have no leadership.


To learn more about The GirlMade Project, or to register, go to www.girlguides-nswact.org.au/GirlMadeProject