Posts Tagged "Aboriginal Culture"

Introducing Banggarai – The Movie

Introducing Banggarai – The Movie

For you to understand my people, to understand our culture, the connection between our people and the land, I need to take you back, way back. Back long, long time ago. A long time before colonisation. Back to the beginning. Filmed in the Blue Mountains, produced by Waradah, and featured exclusively at Waradah’s custom-built theatre, Bangarrai is the story of a young Aboriginal man coming of age at a pivotal┬átime in Australia’s history.   Join us at Waradah theatre and travel back in time. Learn the customs, protocols, and traditions of Australian Aboriginal. Call the...

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Acclaimed Aboriginal artist, Greg Weatherby chooses Waradah as a stockist.

  Greg Weatherby’s father is a Yuin man from Maruya in NSW’s South Coast, and his mother was an English woman. Greg’s talents as an artist became apparent from an early age, whilst living in a boy’s home with his four brothers. At the time, the nun’s forced him to paint religious pictures. Upon leaving, Greg became interested in learning about his Aboriginal heritage. Travelling his father’s country, he attended ceremonies, learnt the ways of his ancestors, and collected dreamtime stories, which he transcribed into his paintings. Today, Greg is a...

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Waradah Aboriginal Live Performance Show

Waradah Aboriginal Live  Performance Show

After months of preparation and hard work, our newly designed Waradah theatre opened its doors to┬áthe public on Nov 24th, 2015. The show combines: state of the art audio visual illustration live performance by our Aboriginal troupe dreamtime story-telling, corroboree and Didgeridoo performances The result is the joining of traditional and cultural performance, providing Australian and overseas visitors an authentic Aboriginal experience. To further enhance our visitors’ experience, we’ve installed a 4.5m x 2.5m screen background with related displays of photos and videos as well...

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