ECCI CEO Kylie Ryan visited the Esperance Nyungar Aboriginal Corporation (ENAC) on Thursday 7 February and was impressed with the wide range of gallery products available for sale, the activities and programs that ENAC are engaged in, and the gardens and function hire areas.
The ENAC Gallery includes artworks created by both local and regional Aboriginal Artists as well a range of products that are Free Trade Certified. The gallery is a stunning space and visitors are welcome to browse and to buy.
The workshop area is well laid out with a collection of wooden pallets ready for use in ENAC programs where they are transformed into items such as chairs, tables and workbenches. The program engages local youth and helps them to learn valuable and practical skills in a safe environment.
The garden areas feature bush tucker trees, a vegetable patch that will incorporate a women’s yarning space, and a herb garden located in the relaxing outdoor undercover area.
The function hire space includes a well set out kitchen area, and lounge chairs for smaller more intimate meetings, as well as a larger boardroom style area which is suitable for larger group meetings. The area is modern and crisp and provides a comfortable, welcoming and professional environment.
If you would like to drop out to the ENAC gallery or contact them to learn more about their activities, programs or function hire areas, you can visit them at 4 Woods Street, Esperance, call them on (08) 9071 5823, or visit their website at https://enac.com.au/
Please Note: ENAC Office & Gallery Opening Hours are Tuesday – Thursday 9.00am – 3.00pm.