Keen to have your artwork showcased on Google Earth?

If you love drawing and exercising your imagination, jump into this free map-making lab with Claire Wildish, where you'll experiment with mapping real and imaginary places. Excellent for those who create their own worlds through D&D and other games, and suitable for any skill set. Claire will then embed your artworks onto Google Earth alongside the artworks of other participants! Suitable for any skill set.

Bookings close Thursday 13 August at 12pm.

What do I need?

  • Create a Zoom account and download the app
  • A desktop computer, laptop, or smartphone with working audio and video
  • A way to send in your map - whether through scanning or taking a photo on your phone

You can make your map out of anything, but some optional materials are:

  • Paper
  • Pens
  • Pencils
  • Glue
  • Sticky tape
  • Photos
  • Napkins
  • Old Flyers
  • Ticket stubs

Check out what your artwork could look like at the end of the workshop, once it's a part of a geo-map! This is a sample of a geo-map created from a 4-week workshop that Claire ran in 2018. At Neo, we'll be doing it all in 90 minutes!

Meet the Artist

Claire Wildish is a community artist and illustrator who while living in the remote Western Australian Indigenous community of Irrunytju learnt the secret art of listening and storytelling. Her two extraordinary children taught her how to make zines and from their breakfast table publishing company they cut and paste strange characters on wild adventures in search of cockroaches, cucumbers, dead potatoes and ice cream dreams.

Check out more of Claire's work on Instagram.