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2024 Bunjil & Waa


A collaborative art project to create murals about two creation ancestors, using traditional symbols


About this Experience

THE EXPERIENCE In this program students learn the stories of Bunjil and Waa, get introduced to a number of Aboriginal symbols, learn about traditional paint (made with ochre, clay and charcoal), traditional bark painting, and work collaboratively on either a large format Eagle or Crow mural. (Multiple murals if chosen as part of the Whole School Program) WE SUPPLY Pre-prepared “Bark Painting”support (craft paper with gesso and an outline of a bird), brushes, paints/pens & large banners illustrating Aboriginal symbols. WE NEED Tables in long form layout, adequate space for participants to gather around the mural and easy access to a sink to clean the resources. Fee $550 + GST (per class, max. 45 minutes)

  • 45 min
  • 605 Australian dollars

Cancellation Policy

To cancel or reschedule, please contact us at least 24hrs in advance. To see our Cancellation policy in its entirety please go to: https://www.didgeridooaustralia.com.au/_files/ugd/e87a5b_05568e4ea6f042639eb9fa408d7db1af.pdf


Ganga Giri, world renown didgeridoo performer, will present the didgeridoo - both in words and in live music. After an introduction to how a didgeridoo is made and played Ganga will demonstrate a range of animal sounds and solo rhythms, followed by some of his original music tracks, where he combines the didgeridoo with dynamic, electronic beats - modern tribal music at its best! Included is a presentation and discussion of the history and the making of didgeridoos, traditional bush food, hunting tools, musical instruments & arts and crafts. Full of crowd participation and dance for Primary School aged children, guaranteed to have you moving and learning in a fun and relatable way.

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