Pamphlet 2005 Alice Desert Festival free Official Program 2-11 September 2005
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FRIDAY 9TH SEPTEMBER EVENT T IM E VENUE COST 6th National Aboriginal Dance Conference Day 5: Men's and Women's Cultural Discussions Enquires: NADCA 02 9699 9172 9 a m 3pm Alice Springs Youth Centre, W ills Tee. Free Mbira Camp Septem ber 9th - 1 2th a t Simpsons Gap with George Joe and Sally Quealy Come and iearn traditional songs for Mbira and explore the versatility of the mbira as an instrument that can encompass many styles and rhythms. Hosho-playing, dance and storytelling will be incorporated into this rewarding cultural experience. Beginners are welcome and mbiras will be available for those who do not have their own instruments. Sim psons Gap 9th - 12th Sept Enquiries/ Bookings: Kirsty 8953 5430 0 4 1 8 8 1 7 3 0 4 $350 Circosis Circus Workshop 5 Skills taught are: Juggling and other manipulation such as poi, spinning plates, trick stix etc., hula hoop, stilts, acro-balance and slapstick. 4 5.30pm Red HOT Arts space Bookings: Sarah 0419 787 676 $12 adult $10 child Incite Youth Arts present - Young Indigenous Writers SPEAK OUT Rock up and catch this special trea t. This low key event will profile original work in progress by a number of Young Indigenous Writers. Readings by Ali Cobby Eckermann, Celestine Rowe, Steve Hodder and students from OLSH College. 7 -8 pm Witchettys, Alice Springs Cultural Precinct Enquires: 8952 6338 $5 THE FESTIVAL OF THE DESERT
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