Nana Magic and Christine Stuart
There are two interesting events at Bribie Island Community Arts Centre, coinciding with the wonderful touring Vincent Serico exhibition “ Some People Are Stories’ in March.
The first is a performance by Nana Magic on Thursday March 26 at 11am.
Nana Magic (Uraine Roelofs) performs a delightful and vibrant children’s show of indigenous music, song and dance. “Nana Magic, Tilly & Friends’’.
Come join Nana Magic, Tilly & friends on an unforgettable Outback adventure, learning important environmental messages along the way.
Places limited, so bookings essential on 3408 9288.
And at 11am on Saturday March 28, Christine Stuart, will give an indigenous language workshop for adults in the gallery.
Christine Stuart is a Gubbi Gubbi and Iningai woman who owns and manages her own Aboriginal Cultural business called ‘Bulu Yabun’ across south-east Queensland. Her workshops include teaching Aboriginal culture, history and language and traditional art workshops for schools and early learning/ childcare centres.
Christine Stuart has written two Aboriginal Children’s Language books, “Gubbi Gubbi Animal Friends” and “Gubbi Gubbi Bush Tucker Girl”. Each book teaches the Gubbi Gubbi language through traditional storytelling for all ages.
Christine is an active member of the community and has been working with Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people for over 10 years. Whilst working as an Indigenous Community Counsellor at several schools, she is also the Secretary of the Aboriginal non-profit organisation ‘Gubbi Gubbi Dyungungoo Group Inc’ helping preserve Aboriginal land for future generations.
Her passion for teaching Aboriginal culture, history and language has seen Christine visit schools, early learning centres and community organisations across the Moreton Bay, Sunshine Coast and Gympie area.
Bookings for this are essential 3408 9288.