Dirnaseer, Cootamundra NSW
Saturday 29 May 2021
10am to 2.30pm
Free, but registation required
SEED aims to connect and strengthen the Cootamundra community. Visitors from the region and beyond are warmly welcomed to attend.
Morning – Listen and reflect with Amanda Levett, artist and traditional custodian about the importance of following Yindyamarra, caring for and learning from Country.
Lunch – Bring a picnic rug or chair along with your own picniclunch to enjoy in the great outdoors.
Afternoon – Chris Main and family will share & discuss the transition of Retreat to Regenerative Agriculture practices and holistic land care and how supporting cultural access is vital.
Coffee, tea and a light morning tea will be provided.
The audience is encouraged to participate by listening, sharing and responding to the themes in creative ways through drawing, making and describing. A roving youth documentary team will be collecting photos, audio and creative output from the day.
This event will be held at a property 30 minutes from Cootamundra. Directions will be provided on booking.
Please note: The event will be held outdoors and the ground is uneven and weather unpredictable. Children must be supervised at all times. Please get in touch with the organisers if you have access requirements.
- Book online via StickyTickets: http://stks.be/seed2021
- For information about creative workshops which will spring from this open day please contact Cootamundra Strings or visit their Facebook page.
- Contact: 0423 512 392 or email [email protected]
Image credit: Dirnaseer, Elise Magrath