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Warurabanga: Make string and learn about the Gadi people – Free
Don’t miss this opportunity for your Stage 2 or 3 classes to ‘Warurabanga’ – Make string and find out about the Gadigal people of Sydney. Coming to you from the Museum of Sydney, the site of first government house, a unique place from where to explore history in the first years of the colony of NSW. Museum staff will show some Indigenous objects to the students and link them to stories from the site. Students will discuss the life of Daringa, wife of Gadigal warrior Colebee, and Gadigal fisherwomen. Then your class will have the opportunity to learn a traditional Aboriginal stringing technique and make string themselves, in the same way as has been done by Gadigal women in Sydney for so many years.
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Museums of History NSW (Sydney Living Museums)
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Requirements: Technology, Materials and Pre and Post event requirements.
This event is delivered in webinar format and requires access to internet and Zoom. Participants can connect from home on individual devices or as a class with a laptop connected to a projector screen or interactive whiteboard. Please ensure individual or classroom devices have adequate speakers so students can hear the presenters. A microphone is not required for this event
If you have any queries please contact the provider
Name: Naomi Manning
Email: [email protected]