The Gulbangali Dharug Nura Project: Two-Day Kids Aboriginal Dance Workshop

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Blacktown Native Institution Site

Blacktown Native Institution Site

Oakhurst, NSW 2761

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Guided by the artist, as a site of Dreaming, immerse yourself in stories, land and culture in this engaging two-day Kids dance workshop.

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Honouring Dharug Country.

Nura (Country) speaks. She’s life, ceremony and songlines.

Workshop - Sunday 5 April, 10 am - 1 pm

Workshop - Sunday 3 May, 10 am - 1 pm

Rehearsal and performance - Saturday 6 June, noon - 8 pm

Ages 7 - 17

Guided by the artist, as a site of Dreaming, immerse yourself in stories, land and culture in this engaging two-day Kids dance workshop. This workshop is aimed at young people aged seven to seventeen and will be led by professional Dharug dancers.

Participants are advised that this is a two day workshop and they are required to attend on Sunday 3 May and from noon to 8 pm for a rehearsal and performance on Saturday 6 June.

Please note: Children must have a parent/guardian on-site for the duration of the workshop. Please bring a packed lunch as only snacks and water will be provided. The space is open and uneven in places. Weather can be unpredictable at this time and there is limited shade. Please come prepared with a hat, sunscreen and a reusable water bottle.

Gulbangali Dharug Nura is a long-term strategic partnership between Dharug Strategic Management Group Ltd (DSMG), Blacktown Arts and The Biennale of Sydney to reclaim Dharug cultural practices and memorialise the First Stolen Generations through site-based arts and cultural programs on the Blacktown Native Institution site.

Image: Anna Kucera, courtesy of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney

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