In Didj’n’Us Hip Hope In Youth – 14 July

In Didj’n’Us Hip Hope In Youth – 14 July

At Home residency program
Supported by the Regional Centre for Culture

In residence 18 June – 15 July
Performance 14 July

The Phee Broadway Theatre is proud to opens its doors to The Meeting Place, who will develop a show of hip-hop songs and dance to help connect Aboriginal children living within the Mount Alexander Shire to Country.

Students will create and perform contemporary expression of the traditions, through traditional workshops by Uncle Rick and Trent Nelson and hip-hop song making and dance workshops by Indigenous Hip Hop Projects and XtremeInc Youth Projects.

The live performances, will be streamed to connect kids in Castlemaine and the Mount Alexander Shire with Gunbalanya, West Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, to send a message of hope across the county.

Castlemaine District Community Health’s Nalderun program The Meeting Place is held once a fortnight during school terms for the aboriginal children within the Mount Alexander Shire. Students learn about the local Jara Jara culture and complete activities that are culturally enriching. For more information visit www.cdchcastlemaine.com.au/Nalderun.html.

PHEE BROADWAY AT HOME