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Too Much Bats was created at Wugularr School, Katherine, and Ghunmarn Cultural Centre, Beswick (Wugularr) with artists from Djilpin Arts and facilitated by puppeteer Jenny Ellis. Over five days of workshops in April 2016, every child in the school contributed …

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Spreading the Message is a creative arts project that brought together a group of young Aboriginal people from Geelong to tell their stories to the broader community in May 2014. Some of their stories illustrate the experiences of daily life …

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Books made by indigenous young people from communities all over Australia that celebrate culture, address issues of cultural identity and explore cultural traditions and story telling. Kids & Me 978-0-9874290-2-5 The Royal Children’s Hospital Who is Your Mob? 978-1-925077-01-8 The …

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A puppetry project and book by Wugularr children and community BuwaBori (River Boy) is the story of a boy and a river. One day the river became dirty, so the boy decided that he needed to find out why. So …

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RibaBoi, by Wugularr children and community Dijan stori im bla wanbala boi en wanbala riba. Wandei, jad riba bin gamat dardiwan, en jad boi bin wandi faindat wotfo. Imin wok longgeswei, folorombat jad woda. Wen imin wokwokbat, ola enimul en …

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Who is your mob? Where are you from? Kids from different places and different mobs all around Victoria come to The Royal Children’s Hospital. What do they find when they get here? Come and explore the hospital with a group …

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