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Aboriginal - Circle Time on 3x3m Michael Gilsenan design - Bronze

Aboriginal - Circle Time on 3x3m Michael Gilsenan design - Bronze

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Origin of artist - Aboriginal

Artist - Michael Gilsenan

Name of design - "Circle Time"

Tribe - Aboriginal -Yidinji/ Torres Strait Islander -Stephen Island

More information can be found about all of our artists on our “Artists’ page

Shape - Square

Size - 3mx3m

Colours (These mats are reversible, so you can use either side that you wish - photos show a variety of both sides in use) Bronze & White 

 Also available in the following colour options - Yellow & Orange

Description about design - Sharing Knowledge

Sharing knowledge depicts a learning circle and represents a holistic approach to teaching and acquiring knowledge within the Murri community.

 The inner circles represent the story/learning with the each circle being the different levels of understanding, while the wavy pattern represents the journey of learning. The pattern has been centred around the inner circles to demonstrate the Journey. The larger dots are the mentors/teachers/elders that guide and impart the knowledge; and the smaller dots are this being those being taught. The star highlights the importance of knowledge and self empowerment. The solid circle links all these components together, while the outside broken line shows that knowledge and can be adapted and moulded to maintain its relevance to current trends and needs within community.

 Sharing Knowledge demonstrates a methodology – a way of understanding and seeing the world, and a focus for all educators to guide their practice.


Global Kids Oz & Recycled Mats are proud long term members of the Indigenous Art Code, which ensures transparent, fair and ethical business trade in works of art by Indigenous artists

Care Instructions - All our floor mats have been made to the best attainable standards from UV treated recycled polypropylene. We make no assertions on the longevity of the product as there are too many variables including care, exposure to continuous direct sunlight, contact with abrasive cleaners etc Please also note that although these floor and play mats are wonderful to use outside, we do not suggest that are left outside in direct and permanent sun and rain full time due to high UV exposure

FYI - More information can be found on how and where our mats are made under the FAQ’s section

Suitable uses -

●       Play mat in child care centres and kindies

●       Ideal for embedding cultural perspectives into a classroom environment

●       Library "Story Telling" rugs

●       Spread it on the floor to catch paint spills while the kids are having fun

●       Use it on school or family outings

●       Sporting occasions

●       Family reunions

●       Perfect for the beach – sand just washes / shakes off

●       Perfect for picnics in the park

●       High traffic areas

●       Brighten a classroom or kids play room

●       Cover a yucky old non-useable concrete spot and bring new life to the area

●       Define a play space for children

●       BBQ areas

●       Camping

●       Dog grooming shows

●       Markets stalls

●       Lounge room floors or runners

●       Cultural Wall Art

●       Wedding / Ceremonial mat

●       Going "Bush"

●      Our range of rubber mats may also be custom designed for your own needs and print or school or business name

Mat weights are as follows - XXXL 6mx2.4m = 6.5 kg = 20x45x80cm XXL - 4mx2.4m = 4kg = 12x45x80cm XL 3mx3m = 3.6 kg = 40x12x100cm LG 2.7mx2.7 = 3.4kg = 90x37x10cm MED 2.7mx1.8m = 2.4kg = 90x37x7cm SQUARE 18.mx1.8m = 2kg = 90x5x37cm RUNNERS 2.7mx0.9m = 1.1kg = 90x37x4cm SMALL 1.8mx0.9m = 0.9kg = 90x45x3cm

Web Price $145.00
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