NAIDOC Exhibition and Yarning Circle Launch Event

13 Jun 2024

The Cooroy Butter Factory Arts Centre presents its NAIDOC exhibition, Connections, and its new Dhakkan/Mundagudda (Rainbow Serpent) Yarning Circle, on Saturday June 22 at 4.30pm.

The exhibition features local surrounding First Nations country Traditional Custodians the Gubbi Gubbi, Wakka Wakka, Butchulla and Jinibara Traditional Custodians.

The Yarning Circle will be officially opened by Noosa Mayor, Frank Wilkie.

This opening and launch will include a Smoking Ceremony, Traditional Cultural Song/Dance with Uncle Lyndon Davis and Gubbi Gubbi Dancers, as well as Contemporary Cultural Song/Dancers featuring local high school students in the Bangarra Rekindling Youth Program and Mundagudda Song Performance, featuring talented musos and solo dance by Araya Hammond.

Date: Saturday June 22 Time: 4.30pm - 6.30pm Location: 11 Maple St, Cooroy

Artwork: Shell Midden by Zartisha Davis Connections Exhibition will be open 21 June - 21 July.

Contact Cooroy Butter Factory Arts Centre
07 5442 6665


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