Art Bugs - The Sunshine Coast as our big ‘backyard’: with Lyndon Davis

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Lyndon Davis (founder of the Gubbi Gubbi dance troupe) shares stories and Indigenous perspectives on local biodiversity and how the Sunshine Coast is our big ‘backyard’.

Insects are one of the important seasonal indicators for Aboriginal people and learning to recognise their ‘message’ is part of connecting to the landscape and taking care of it.

Art Bugs - The Sunshine Coast as our big ‘backyard’: with Lyndon Davis
Time: 10.00 am to 12.00 pm
Date: Saturday 14 Jan, 2017
Location: Maroochy Arts and Ecology Centre

$7.50 (supervising adults free). Bookings essential
For ages 5 - 12+ years. Lyndon Davis shares stories and Indigenous perspectives on local biodiversity and how the Sunshine Coast is our big ‘backyard’

Arts and Ecology Centre :
Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Gardens, Tanawha
07 5459 2702
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