The Murrawadeen Goodjarga Ensemble provides opportunities for teachers and students to develop their connection to culture through storytelling, dance, drama, music and the visual arts.
Goodjarga is our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student ensemble, featured regularly at significant public events and performing in our Sydney Catholic Schools.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students Years 5 – 12 are invited to engage with Goodjarga and learn more about our shared Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage.
The program for 2022 has been designed to nurture the creative skills of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and to make connections and develop understanding of and respect for histories, cultures and language.
Working with our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Artist in Residence – Hamani Tanginoa and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Visual Arts tutor Simone Small, students will explore the theme:
HOPE and our Indigenous Youth in the Urban World
and will participate in a series of workshops over seven weeks which will culminate in a performance piece at the end of the program. (Further information about rehearsals is available on the Arts intranet page.)
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