Water Yarning – Tidings, Flows and Sorrows is a series of yarning circles, each circle is apron. 2-hours in linear time. Each circle is held by an elder or elders who share their knowledge of water and water related issues. Please join us to learn about country, and engage in a paradigm shift through this experience and appreciation for indigenous knowledge, so that we may begin to work ‘two-way’ – together.
Full program details to follow.
Event will be held October 3-6, 2019.
Please note, while we are providing an more detailed event programme (coming soon), any programme can only be an outline. You will be experiencing the goorie way of knowledge sharing. As all good storytellers and teachers know, the teller responds in a living way to the immediate needs of the moment and to a sense of where the listeners are. Open yourself to new experiences and flow …
Introducing some of the presenters (more to come):
Elders and Custodians of the Gumbaynggirr People
Uncle Kev Buzzacott, Arabunna, custodian of Lake Eyre
Dr. Dale Kerwin, Worimi, Author, Historian, Aqua Nullius and Economic Nullius
Bunna Laurie, Mirning Elder, Whale Singer, Medicine man, Musician …
Uncle Paul Jrumpinjinbah Mcleod, Northern Murring, Clyde & Shoalhaven Rivers, Budawang ranges out to the sea.
Jarmbi Githabul, Githabul Custodian,
Uncle Pelterre, Chris Tomlins, Arrernte, The Rain Making Story
Ghillar, Michael Anderson, Euahlayi Senior Law Man, Water ‘Ownership’ throughout Australia