Yarn Circle: Night Sky Storytelling
Saturday 16th June 4pm Addison Road Picture House
YARN Australia is partnering with the Pachamama Festival to host a community yarn ‘Night Sky Storytelling’.
Come listen to Australia’s First Peoples’ stories from local elders about the different constellations in the night sky and their importance to Indigenous peoples in Australia.
All are welcome.
This session is entry by donation with funds going to Yarn Australia – RSVP essential.
Food and drinks available for sale.
This very special session will be followed by the screening of Warwick Thornton‘s We Don’t Need a Map investigating our relationship to the Southern Cross. A fun and thought-provoking ride through Australia’s cultural and political landscape. Entry to the film is $10
About YARN Australia
YARN Australia engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, through a meaningful and respectful space for dialogue. Founded in Sydney in 2007 we have established programs at a number of universities, and held several successful community events with dance, music, and storytelling Australia wide.
More info at www.yarnaustralia.com
Presented as part of Pachamama Festival 2018 and supported by Inner West Council’s Open Inner West.