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Aboriginal Bracelet Weaving Workshop - Manly

Aboriginal Bracelet Weaving Workshop - Manly

Starts: Wednesday, 10 July 2024
Ends: Wednesday, 10 July 2024
During NAIDOC Week learn the art of weaving in a hands-on experience with local Ngumpie Weaving. Connect with First Nations culture, explore your creativity and learn the traditional weaving methods used in making a raffia bracelet. Take home your completed bracelet. This workshop is for children and youth aged 8 plus. Bookings required, limited places. Tegan Murdock, Ngumpie Weaving (pronounced Numbpie): is a proud member of the Barkindtji tribe originating from Coomealla, Lake Victoria and the Mungo regions from her mothers ancestors. While also belonging to the Yorta Yorta and Dhudaroah tribes originating from the Shepparton area from my father’s ancestors. She feel a deep sense of gratitude every time she weaves. Weaving wasn’t something that was around when she was younger, her elders faced a lot of trauma from colonisation, they feared sharing culture so a lot of knowledge has been lost. she wants to use her weaving to break down barriers – so she can sit, connect and learn about each others journey while learning about her beautiful culture at the same time.
Add to Calendar 2024-07-10 12:00 am 2024-07-10 12:00 am Aboriginal Bracelet Weaving Workshop - Manly During NAIDOC Week learn the art of weaving in a hands-on experience with local Ngumpie Weaving. Connect with First Nations culture, explore your creativity and learn the traditional weaving methods used in making a raffia bracelet. Take home your completed bracelet. This workshop is for children and youth aged 8 plus. Bookings required, limited places. Tegan Murdock, Ngumpie Weaving (pronounced Numbpie): is a proud member of the Barkindtji tribe originating from Coomealla, Lake Victoria and the Mungo regions from her mothers ancestors. While also belonging to the Yorta Yorta and Dhudaroah tribes originating from the Shepparton area from my father’s ancestors. She feel a deep sense of gratitude every time she weaves. Weaving wasn’t something that was around when she was younger, her elders faced a lot of trauma from colonisation, they feared sharing culture so a lot of knowledge has been lost. she wants to use her weaving to break down barriers – so she can sit, connect and learn about each others journey while learning about her beautiful culture at the same time. 1 Market Lane, Manly , NSW , 2095 , Australia
1 Market Lane, Manly , NSW , 2095 , Australia
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