2024 Library Program: Aboriginal Culture
A fun-filled cultural experience for children, showcasing some amazing Aboriginal inventions!
About this Experience
The Experience: A highly engaging and interactive presentation of traditional bush food sources, hunting tools, musical instruments, arts and crafts. Children learn how to play Aboriginal music instruments (didgeridoo (boys) and clap sticks (girls)) and witness how traditional paint is made with natural materials (ochre, charcoal and clay). Authentic artifacts are explained and passed to the children for a memorable, hands-on experience including animal skins, possum skin ball, emu eggs, boomerangs, emu caller, baskets, necklaces and more! We supply: One educator, a wide range of authentic Aboriginal artifacts, large pull up banners and sanitised music instruments for each child. We need: Sufficient floor space for all children to sit in a semi-circle. Fee: $605 per 60-minute session, designed for groups of up to 30 children of any age from 4YO. A travel fee of $110 applies to all metro locations further than 25kms from Warrandyte.
- 1 hr1 hour
- 605 Australian dollars$605
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.