SWELL Yulagi Space | FREE

SWELL Yulagi Space supported by Griffith University The Yulagi Space (meaning Ceremony in Gamilaraay Language) will be a dedicated space to be calm and connect with the land on which SWELL takes place. With curated First Nations artistic programming such as live music, performance and masterclasses. Please note the Yulagi Space is a beautiful large tent, so if
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northerlySWELL 2023 The Water Python by Andrew Cullen & Goompi Ugerabah Andrew Cullen and Goompi Ugerabah collaborate on a striking public artwork titled “The Water Python”, explores the relationship between nature and urban life. Depicting the captivating Water Python, an Indigenous species from Gold Coast, the sculpture symbolises resilience and adaptability. Crafted from recycled timber,
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Weaving Together with Claire Felicia Agale & Desert-Rain Magpie This masterclass will teach you weaving techniques using raffia to create your own basket to take home. Weaving strands together to create something unique is reflective of our own life’s journey – weaving brings together creativity, culture, healing and community, this art form is a mirror
Cultural Jarjum with Lann Levinge Cultural Jarjum – Dreaming stories and cultural immersion (songs, stories, place, art, artefacts, didge for boys) with Lann Levinge.    When | Sunday 10 September and Sunday 17 September  Time | 9.30am – 10.00am Where | Paperbark Pavilion, Wallace Nicoll Park, Currumbin Beach Cost | FREE – all welcome   BACK TO WHAT’S ON   See all SWELL Kids
THE MYSTICS CEREMONY SESSIONS The Mystics play relaxation styled, smooth sounds from didgeriddo, crystal bowls, Indian flute to vocals.  We are three light workers who have come together to create mystical experiences like no other for deep community connection” – Our Ethereal Light Hearted Goddess Lindy brings the soft gentle joyful light of spiritual YIN
William Barton Live Performance Join us for a special night of live music presented by award winning composer, producer, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist – William Barton. William Barton is widely recognised as one of Australia’s leading didgeridoo players and composers.   When | Thursday 14th September 2023 Time | 6.00pm – 8.00pm (6.00pm arrival for a 6.30pm start) Where |
Botanical Dyes and Native Foods with Norton Fredricks & Three Little Birds Brisbane A collaboration between Norton Fredricks (Retritus) and chef Chris Jordan (Three Little Birds Brisbane), this multifaceted masterclass will have participants explore the fundamentals of natural dyeing techniques as well as be educated on native foods, celebrating the unique culture and natural resources