Nartarsha Bartlett - Dance workshops

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Dance Workshop with Queen Acknowledgments


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Connect to Country with a dance performance and workshop led by Nartarsha Bamblett.

Join the founder of Queen Acknowledgments, Nartarsha Bamblett, for a very special event combining performance, education and storytelling. Nartarsha will open proceedings with a contemporary cultural dance performance (12–12.10pm) before leading a dance workshop (1–1.45pm) which will include songs, dance and language, as well as guidance on how to embody and understand the connection to the land by acknowledging Country.


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About Nartarsha Bamblett

Nartarsha Bamblett is a First Nations woman and mother living and learning in Naarm/Melbourne:

“Queen Acknowledgements provides a safe space and opportunity for all people to heal with the connection to self, culture and country – bettering the mind, body, spirit and earth in return. I love using storytelling in different ways to express myself and connect others to Indigenous culture and the country.

My work has reached thousands of people from across the world. As a mother I continue to grow my knowledge, understanding and connection to our culture and this land we call home. I am passionate about women's voices to be counted and empowering their healing journey to nurture and mother themselves to the healthiest life possible.”

– Nartarsha Bamblett

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