Siva Samoa is a Samoan term for a Samoan Dance. It requires a dancer to retain grace; movements of the arms and hands are done so in a subtle but delicate manner. It is important for Samoan girls to how to Siva Samoa because it’s the ultimate way to express yourself culturally.
Join Gunditjmara Artist & Master Weaver Bronwyn Razem for a morning of sharing family stories of their cultural tradition of weaving. Learn how to create a Bush Animal with real personality, by sculpturing hay with wool. This art form, inspired by the Tjanpi Desert Weavers, is her favourite!
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Immerse yourself in Aboriginal culture as we transform the beauty of country into bush dyed art and medicine. Gooniyandi Cherry Smiler and Bunuba Janet Herbert from Bandaran Ngarri (Fitzroy Crossing in Western Australia) will be introducing you to learning in the cultural way and sharing their wisdom about natural Kimberley dyes and medicines.
The Eel/Fish Trap / Ngarrapan /Hinaki / Oma Akena Kune - is a large-scale (4 meter x 8meter long) contemporary interpretation of the Koori and Maori and, PNG eel/fish traps – a temporary installation at Blak Dot Gallery part of the Sydney Rd Music Festival.
Sat 4th - Sun 5th March (Sydney Rd Festival Day)
Sat 11th – Sun 12th March
Sat 18th - Sunday 19th March (Celebration of Creation - Food and Entertainment)