Live Classroom event for Early Learning and Kindergarten. Sing and learn what Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up! means in Aboriginal Language with the Dhunghutti Humpty.
This 40 minute program invites teachers to join a live event where Aboriginal artist and educator, Dorsey Smith – along with his co-host Jo Tuscano teach children how to sing in Dhunghutti.
The children learn how Dhunghutti Humpty Dumpty fell out of the tree and how it was Humpty’s mob who showed up to help him get up and stand up and be put back together again.
The children learn Aboriginal words in Dhunghutti, they learn the meaning of falling and breaking and then getting up and showing up again. They learn it is a team effort. This is a fun event involving storytelling, ceremony, art, symbolism, metaphor and song. It is a fusion of western and Aboriginal storytelling.
IS THIS A FREE EVENT? Yes
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: imagineer.me
Dorsey Smith – Aborignal artist and educator
Jo Tuscano – educator and author
Kelly-Ann Denton – visual artist and educator