Jan
19
Tue
2021
YARN Australia Storytellers Workshops 2021
Jan 19 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Venue: Online Event

Location: Tickets Here

In 2020 we launched a unique initiative to inspire 1 Million Australians to become Intentional Storytellers. We aspire to achieve this over the next 30 years. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are storytellers. Our Ancestors have shared their knowledge across generations, passing down a powerful culture of storytelling. We see it as our great responsibility to continue. I believe every Australian should aspire to become a storyteller and continue this great tradition. Why? Because as we share stories with one another, our collective trust strengthens and our relationships grow. Our Storyteller workshops have been designed to empower you with the skills and confidence to become an intentional Storyteller in your life, your projects and your workplace. Through our guidance you will be provided with a personalised experience; developing skills and understanding for how to build trust, connection, understanding and respect with all peoples. No matter what your life’s passion is, whether you work in business, government, as an artist, musician, or as a teacher, our workshops will profoundly transform your ability to inspire a greater consciousness in your life and community. We at YARN Australia are looking forward to connecting with all Australians and sharing our stories together. Book your place today and encourage your friends, family and/or colleagues to join what is an experience that will remain with you for a lifetime.

How it works

  • Purchase a $660 for 12 Months Ticket
  • This is a series of 12 workshops, 2 hours each, once a Month for 12 Months
  • If you want to pay as you go, you pay 1 individual workshop below for $55 a Per Month.
  • Once you have purchased your ticket, you will be emailed a calendar invite with teleconference details.

The Workshops will include:

  • Guidance & Support to build meaningful relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities
  • Hear from Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander and Non-Indigenous Storytellers from across Australia
  • An opportunity to come together with like minded Storytellers to Yarn, share stories and share our experiences.

Workshop Groups 2021 Dates and Times: Let us know if a specific date suits your availability.

  • Group #12 3rd Tuesday of the Month 6:30pm-8:30pm 10 Spaces Available Week 1 19th January 2021 6:30pm-8:30pm
  • Group #13 3rd Thursday of Month 6:30pm-8:30pm 10 Spaces Available Week 1 21st January 2021 6:30pm-8:30pm
Jan
20
Wed
2021
Sydfest 2021 – Spirit: a retrospective 2021 @ The Headland at Barangaroo Reserve
Jan 20 @ 8:30 pm

Venue: Sydfest 2021

Location: The Headland at Barangaroo Reserve

Enter via the cutaway
Hickson Road
Barangaroo NSW 2000

After ten months in hibernation, Bangarra Dance Theatre returns to the stage with a series of performances under the stars.

Spirit: a retrospective 2021 draws on three decades of repertoire to celebrate the unbroken connection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to the land.

Set to a haunting score, Spirit: a retrospective 2021 invites audiences to connect with stories and songlines from across the nation with a collection of work from across the company’s rich history.

Bangarra Dance Theatre is celebrated worldwide for its authentic storytelling and dynamic productions, with technique forged from 65,000 years of culture and integrated with contemporary movement.

This performance features choreography by Stephen Page and Bernadette Walong-Sene, plus traditional choreography and music by Djakapurra Munyarryun, a respected Yolngu songman from north-east Arnhem Land who has worked as a Bangarra cultural consultant for three decades.

Tickets available HERE

Runtime: 75 mins

Jan
21
Thu
2021
YARN Australia Storytellers Workshops 2021
Jan 21 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Venue: Online Event

Location: Tickets Here

In 2020 we launched a unique initiative to inspire 1 Million Australians to become Intentional Storytellers. We aspire to achieve this over the next 30 years. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are storytellers. Our Ancestors have shared their knowledge across generations, passing down a powerful culture of storytelling. We see it as our great responsibility to continue. I believe every Australian should aspire to become a storyteller and continue this great tradition. Why? Because as we share stories with one another, our collective trust strengthens and our relationships grow. Our Storyteller workshops have been designed to empower you with the skills and confidence to become an intentional Storyteller in your life, your projects and your workplace. Through our guidance you will be provided with a personalised experience; developing skills and understanding for how to build trust, connection, understanding and respect with all peoples. No matter what your life’s passion is, whether you work in business, government, as an artist, musician, or as a teacher, our workshops will profoundly transform your ability to inspire a greater consciousness in your life and community. We at YARN Australia are looking forward to connecting with all Australians and sharing our stories together. Book your place today and encourage your friends, family and/or colleagues to join what is an experience that will remain with you for a lifetime.

How it works

  • Purchase a $660 for 12 Months Ticket
  • This is a series of 12 workshops, 2 hours each, once a Month for 12 Months
  • If you want to pay as you go, you pay 1 individual workshop below for $55 a Per Month.
  • Once you have purchased your ticket, you will be emailed a calendar invite with teleconference details.

The Workshops will include:

  • Guidance & Support to build meaningful relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities
  • Hear from Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander and Non-Indigenous Storytellers from across Australia
  • An opportunity to come together with like minded Storytellers to Yarn, share stories and share our experiences.

Workshop Groups 2021 Dates and Times: Let us know if a specific date suits your availability.

  • Group #12 3rd Tuesday of the Month 6:30pm-8:30pm 10 Spaces Available Week 1 19th January 2021 6:30pm-8:30pm
  • Group #13 3rd Thursday of Month 6:30pm-8:30pm 10 Spaces Available Week 1 21st January 2021 6:30pm-8:30pm
Sydfest 2021 – Spirit: a retrospective 2021 @ The Headland at Barangaroo Reserve
Jan 21 @ 8:30 pm

Venue: Sydfest 2021

Location: The Headland at Barangaroo Reserve

Enter via the cutaway
Hickson Road
Barangaroo NSW 2000

After ten months in hibernation, Bangarra Dance Theatre returns to the stage with a series of performances under the stars.

Spirit: a retrospective 2021 draws on three decades of repertoire to celebrate the unbroken connection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to the land.

Set to a haunting score, Spirit: a retrospective 2021 invites audiences to connect with stories and songlines from across the nation with a collection of work from across the company’s rich history.

Bangarra Dance Theatre is celebrated worldwide for its authentic storytelling and dynamic productions, with technique forged from 65,000 years of culture and integrated with contemporary movement.

This performance features choreography by Stephen Page and Bernadette Walong-Sene, plus traditional choreography and music by Djakapurra Munyarryun, a respected Yolngu songman from north-east Arnhem Land who has worked as a Bangarra cultural consultant for three decades.

Tickets available HERE

Runtime: 75 mins

Jan
22
Fri
2021
Sydfest 2021 – Spirit: a retrospective 2021 @ The Headland at Barangaroo Reserve
Jan 22 @ 8:30 pm

Venue: Sydfest 2021

Location: The Headland at Barangaroo Reserve

Enter via the cutaway
Hickson Road
Barangaroo NSW 2000

After ten months in hibernation, Bangarra Dance Theatre returns to the stage with a series of performances under the stars.

Spirit: a retrospective 2021 draws on three decades of repertoire to celebrate the unbroken connection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to the land.

Set to a haunting score, Spirit: a retrospective 2021 invites audiences to connect with stories and songlines from across the nation with a collection of work from across the company’s rich history.

Bangarra Dance Theatre is celebrated worldwide for its authentic storytelling and dynamic productions, with technique forged from 65,000 years of culture and integrated with contemporary movement.

This performance features choreography by Stephen Page and Bernadette Walong-Sene, plus traditional choreography and music by Djakapurra Munyarryun, a respected Yolngu songman from north-east Arnhem Land who has worked as a Bangarra cultural consultant for three decades.

Tickets available HERE

Runtime: 75 mins

Jan
23
Sat
2021
Sydfest 2021 – Spirit: a retrospective 2021 @ The Headland at Barangaroo Reserve
Jan 23 @ 8:30 pm

Venue: Sydfest 2021

Location: The Headland at Barangaroo Reserve

Enter via the cutaway
Hickson Road
Barangaroo NSW 2000

After ten months in hibernation, Bangarra Dance Theatre returns to the stage with a series of performances under the stars.

Spirit: a retrospective 2021 draws on three decades of repertoire to celebrate the unbroken connection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to the land.

Set to a haunting score, Spirit: a retrospective 2021 invites audiences to connect with stories and songlines from across the nation with a collection of work from across the company’s rich history.

Bangarra Dance Theatre is celebrated worldwide for its authentic storytelling and dynamic productions, with technique forged from 65,000 years of culture and integrated with contemporary movement.

This performance features choreography by Stephen Page and Bernadette Walong-Sene, plus traditional choreography and music by Djakapurra Munyarryun, a respected Yolngu songman from north-east Arnhem Land who has worked as a Bangarra cultural consultant for three decades.

Tickets available HERE

Runtime: 75 mins

Jan
24
Sun
2021
Sydfest 2021 – Spirit: a retrospective 2021 @ The Headland at Barangaroo Reserve
Jan 24 @ 8:30 pm

Venue: Sydfest 2021

Location: The Headland at Barangaroo Reserve

Enter via the cutaway
Hickson Road
Barangaroo NSW 2000

After ten months in hibernation, Bangarra Dance Theatre returns to the stage with a series of performances under the stars.

Spirit: a retrospective 2021 draws on three decades of repertoire to celebrate the unbroken connection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to the land.

Set to a haunting score, Spirit: a retrospective 2021 invites audiences to connect with stories and songlines from across the nation with a collection of work from across the company’s rich history.

Bangarra Dance Theatre is celebrated worldwide for its authentic storytelling and dynamic productions, with technique forged from 65,000 years of culture and integrated with contemporary movement.

This performance features choreography by Stephen Page and Bernadette Walong-Sene, plus traditional choreography and music by Djakapurra Munyarryun, a respected Yolngu songman from north-east Arnhem Land who has worked as a Bangarra cultural consultant for three decades.

Tickets available HERE

Runtime: 75 mins

Jan
26
Tue
2021
Ride with Aboriginal People from Manly to Church Point
Jan 26 @ 7:00 am – 11:00 am

Venue: Between Manly Wharf and the Manly Library

Location: Manly

You are invited to the 2021 Ride with Aboriginal People which is happening on 26 January 2021.

This ride is a gesture to acknowledge that not all Australian’s see Australia Day in the same way and to stand with Aboriginal Peoples and aim for unity for all Australians.

This is not just for riders and we ask people to support us by being involved in the ceremony at Manly or at Church Point, we hope you will enjoy the didgeridoo, clap sticks and hopefully an Aboriginal song.

Riders are being picked up from Dee Why, Narrabeen and Mona Vale.

See you on the 26 January 2021 at 7.00am at the Manly memorial part way between the wharf and the Manly Library where on the 7 September 1790, Wil-Lee-Me-Ring speared Governor Captain Arthur Phillip.

“You and me come together as one in Aboriginal country”

Contact Colin Hutton and Neil Evers on behalf of ASGMWP on 0404353253. for more information.

Feb
8
Mon
2021
YARN Australia Country, Culture & Conversation
Feb 8 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Venue: Online Event

Location: Tickets Here

YARN Australia, presents Country, Culture & Conversation to engage the community in our vision to build connection and unity between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People and Non-Indigenous Australians. Join us for a special evening of conversation, storytelling, and culture of our Australian and the Australian Jewish Community.

This event we will learn more about the William Cooper Story: “Cooper held an ‘Aboriginal Day of Mourning’ on 26 January 1938. It coincided the 150th anniversary of the landing of the First Fleet and raised awareness of what this meant for the Indigenous population. The day evolved into a National Aborigines Day, or Aboriginal Sunday, first observed in 1940 on the weekend before Australia Day. Today, the celebrations of NAIDOC Week have their roots in Cooper’s original day of remembrance. Cooper closely followed civil rights movements around the world, including those of the Maoris of New Zealand and Native Americans. He often drew comparisons when campaigning for change in Australia. His compassion extended beyond the suffering of his own people. In 1938, he lodged a personal protest against the treatment of European Jews in Nazi Germany, walking from his home in Footscray to the German consulate in South Melbourne. It was one of the first protests in the world against the actions of the Nazis. In 2010, this was formally acknowledged with an education memorial, established in Cooper’s honour at a Jerusalem museum.” Reference Website Link

Feb
23
Tue
2021
National Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) Conference @ Online Event
Feb 23 – Feb 25 all-day

Venue: Online Event

Location: Registration essential HERE

Reconciliation Australia invites you to the next National Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) Conference in February 2021!

The 2021 National RAP Conference is a unique and vital opportunity to engage in the meaningful work of reconciliation. It brings together our diverse network of organisations and individuals, who together can create lasting change.

Beginning in February, we will launch the 2021 National RAP Conference experience. With live sessions hosted on 23-25 February 2021 and online learning opportunities offered throughout the month, this is an event you won’t want to miss.

Please contact RAPtraining@reconciliation.org.au with any enquiries.

Mar
5
Fri
2021
Speaking and Listening from the Heart exhibition – Blue Mountains
Mar 5 – Mar 21 all-day

Venue: Everglades House and Garden

Location: 37 Everglades Avenue, Leura 2780 NSW

Reconciliation NSW in collaboration with the National Trust of Australia invite you to view the 2019 Schools Reconciliation Challenge artwork exhibition.

On tour from March to July 2021, the exhibition will be visiting the Blue Mountains, Yass, Dubbo and Maitland.

The artwork is the culmination of works created by High School and Primary School students across NSW which communicate the 2019 theme of  ‘Speaking and Listening from the Heart’.

Please contact Simone Parrot, Program Manager (Special Events) for more information at info@nationaltrust.com.au or contact the venue directly.

Mar
26
Fri
2021
Speaking and Listening from the Heart exhibition – Yass
Mar 26 – Apr 8 all-day

Venue: Cooma Cottage

Locations: 756 Yass Valley Way, Yass NSW 2582

Reconciliation NSW in collaboration with the National Trust of Australia invite you to view the 2019 Schools Reconciliation Challenge artwork exhibition.

On tour from March to July 2021, the exhibition will be visiting the Blue Mountains, Yass, Dubbo and Maitland.

The artwork is the culmination of works created by High School and Primary School students across NSW which communicate the 2019 theme of  ‘Speaking and Listening from the Heart’.

Please contact Simone Parrot, Program Manager (Special Events) for more information at info@nationaltrust.com.au or contact the venue directly.

Mar
31
Wed
2021
Lloyd McDermott Rugby Development Team Fundraising Event @ Dockside, Cockle Bay Wharf
Mar 31 @ 6:30 pm

Venue: Dockside, Cockle Bay Wharf

Location: Darling Harbour Sydney, NSW

The Lloyd McDermott Rugby Development Team Board, in association with Rugby Australia and the Kari Foundation invite you to the annual fundraising event.

We seek to continually enhance program outcomes in the field of Indigenous rugby in Australia and your contributions are vital to this success.

Join us at Dockside, Cockle Bay Wharf in Darling Harbour.

Tickets are $220 pp or you may purchase a table of 8 for $1600 and available HERE

(all general enquiries may be addressed to Mr Dean Duncan: 0481 771 134)

Apr
23
Fri
2021
Speaking and Listening from the Heart exhibition – Dubbo
Apr 23 – May 8 all-day

Venue: Dundullimal Homestead

Location: 23L Obley Rd, Dubbo NSW 2830

Reconciliation NSW in collaboration with the National Trust of Australia invite you to view the 2019 Schools Reconciliation Challenge artwork exhibition.

On tour from March to July 2021, the exhibition will be visiting the Blue Mountains, Yass, Dubbo and Maitland.

The artwork is the culmination of works created by High School and Primary School students across NSW which communicate the 2019 theme of  ‘Speaking and Listening from the Heart’.

Please contact Simone Parrot, Program Manager (Special Events) for more information at info@nationaltrust.com.au or contact the venue directly.

Jun
21
Mon
2021
Speaking and Listening from the Heart exhibition – Maitland
Jun 21 – Jul 31 all-day

Venue: Grossmann House

Location: 71 Church St, Maitland NSW 2320

Reconciliation NSW in collaboration with the National Trust of Australia invite you to view the 2019 Schools Reconciliation Challenge artwork exhibition.

On tour from March to July 2021, the exhibition will be visiting the Blue Mountains, Yass, Dubbo and Maitland.

The artwork is the culmination of works created by High School and Primary School students across NSW which communicate the 2019 theme of  ‘Speaking and Listening from the Heart’.

Please contact Simone Parrot, Program Manager (Special Events) for more information at info@nationaltrust.com.au or contact the venue directly.

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