Regional Youth Support Services (RYSS) is launching Bunnal, an indigenous cultural program for young indigenous people living on the Coast.
Bunnal is open to all young indigenous peoples and their friends and will promote a better understanding of local aboriginal culture, heritage and history through mentorship, artistry and site exploration.
“Come along and learn about our rich and vibrant culture through a weekly information Yarning Circle and the mentorship of aboriginal artists,” said RYSS CEO, Kim McLoughry.
“Participants will work together in a collaborative process collecting and developing stories, photographs, film and art, while gaining knowledge through conversation and visiting sacred sites.
“We will produce our findings in content for film, and showcase an exhibition of work whilst being part of a journey discovering connections to place,” McLoughry said.
The program will commence in May from RYSS Wyoming and is free to attend.
Newsletter, Apr 8
Kim McLoughry, RYSS