During term 4 2018 Orange Regional Museum is offering two indigenous cultural education days for local schools.

Each day will run from 9.45am-2.15pm and will include:

  • Hands-on workshop on bush tucker by Indigiearth
  • Traditional weaving workshop with Orange Fibre Artists Group
  • Indigenous story telling session with a focus on hunting and gathering
  • Tour of exhibition content relating to Indigenous food practices

The program will be offered on:

  • Tuesday 13 November 2018 (limited places)
  • Wednesday 14 November 2018 (booked out)

For bookings please contact Orange Regional Museum
P: (02) 6393 8444
E: museum@orange.nsw.gov.au

Feedback on previous indigenous cultural education days:

  • ‘On behalf of the students and staff at Canobolas Public School I would like to say a huge thank you for a fantastic, engaging, informative and fun-filled day. We gained so much out of the experience’ (Canobolas Public School)
  • ‘What the workshops delivered was outstanding. I wasn’t expecting it to be such a great leaning phase for my students’ (Glenroi Heights Public School)
  • ‘The sessions were well timed and the timetable clearly explained movement around sessions. This was a wonderful day and we would like to thank everyone involved for such a well run event’ (Borenore Public School)
  • ‘We loved everything about the weaving, hunting demonstration and museum engagement’ (Central West Education Network)

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