Traditional Dance Workshop

Learn the traditional movement of Aboriginal dance

Our dance workshops consist of the types of animals that were imitated and why we imitate them, the songs our ancestors sang and why they sang them, and storytelling about how our ancestors used these tools. Traditional dance was usually performed at ceremonies for a number of different reasons, one of them was to ensure a plentiful supply of plant and animal foods. The dances would imitate the movements of the animals they hunted. Learn the significance and have fun while doing it!

What is Included?

  • Ochre

  • Interactive dance lessons from our staff

  • Minimum 4 hours

  • Maximum 20 pax per workshop

Workshop Availability:

This workshop is a school holiday program designed to provide kids with a fun interactive day full of cultural significance and fun. Please contact us for more information.

Contact us about our traditional Aboriginal dance workshop

Contact us about our traditional Aboriginal dance workshop

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