Students embrace culture

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Students embrace culture Uncle Jack Charles, Trent Nelson and Rebecca Phillips answer questions from students after their performance. Picture: DARREN HOWE
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Trent Nelson, Uncle Jack Charles and Rebecca Phillips. Picture: DARREN HOWE

Uncle Jack Charles, Trent Nelson and Rebecca Phillips answer questions from students after their performance. Picture: DARREN HOWE

Rebecca Phillips, Uncle Jack Charles and Trent Nelson. Picture: DARREN HOWE

Uncle Jack Charles, Trent Nelson and Rebecca Phillips answer questions from students after their performance. Picture: DARREN HOWE

Uncle Jack Charles, Trent Nelson and Rebecca Phillips answer questions from students after their performance. Picture: DARREN HOWE

Uncle Jack Charles. Picture: DARREN HOWE

Lockwood Primary School students learn about Aboriginal artwork with Damian Saunders and Margot Feast at Bendigo Art Gallery. Picture: CHRIS PEDLER

Lockwood Primary School students learn about Aboriginal artwork with Damian Saunders and Margot Feast at Bendigo Art Gallery. Picture: CHRIS PEDLER

Lockwood Primary School students learn about Aboriginal artwork with Damian Saunders and Margot Feast at Bendigo Art Gallery. Picture: CHRIS PEDLER

Quarry Hills Primary School students learn Indigenous Dance. Picture: DARREN HOWE

Quarry Hills Primary School students learn Indigenous Dance. Picture: DARREN HOWE

TweetFacebookWe just want kids to understand about their backyard, their country around Bendigo and the area’s importance.

Damian SaundersUlumbarra show returns to theatreBendigo’s newest theatre hosted a show for students as part of Reconciliation Week yesterday.

The performance–called Ulumbarra:Gather Together–is acollection of Indigenous performers, artists and musicians gathered together to present a work dedicated theDja Dja Wurrung story and song.

It was commissionedfor the opening of Ulumbarra Theatre in 2015 and has returned this year by popular demand.

Trent Nelson, Uncle Jack Charles and Rebecca Phillips perform together in Ulumbarra: Gather Together at Ulumbarra Theatre. Picture: DARREN HOWE

Starring Uncle Jack Charles, Ulumbarra will be performed during the day for groups of school children as well as Thursday and Friday night for thepublic at Ulumbarra.

“We have done small events before butthis one is unprecedented,”Capital Venues and Events manager David Lloydsaid.

“It’s not just local schools, they are coming fromMaryborough and Echuca, schools from different regions are coming together across clan lines and living the Ulumbarra name by comingto one spot.”

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