OUR WORDS and OUR STORIES events encourage people to come together to listen and share knowledge from a narrative that is over 60,000 years old.
Presented by Nikki Ashby Reviewed 19th June 2022 I would like to start by acknowledging that the land this show was preformed on always has and always will be Kaurna Country. I pay my respects to the Kaurna people and the many Nations that were represented in this wonderful showcase of First Nations talent. With […]
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