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Come and join us for a yarn with award-winning Aboriginal writer and historian Bruce Pascoe, and Ngemba Weilwan woman Sharon Winsor, founder of Indigiearth. In this three hour session MC’d by Clarence Slockee, we’ll talk about all things Dark Emu, traditional farming, land management, bush tucker and fine dining.
*Postponed until COVID restrictions ease, September date TBC*
This exclusive event on July 17th 2021 will run from 9:30am - 12:30pm
The format will be a yarn with Sharon Winsor and Bruce Pascoe, with audience participation facilitated by MC Clarence Slockee.
Ngemba Weilwan woman, Sharon Winsor is the founder of Indigearth. Indigiearth provide premium bush foods made from authentic Australian native products that are ethically sourced and sustainably harvested. Sharon’s greatest past-time as a young girl was to collect bush fruits and catch yabbies, which has led to her passion for sharing Aboriginal food in its purest form. Combining her culinary training with an unparalleled knowledge of Aboriginal food, Sharon has created a successful native foods business as well as the Indigiearth cafe and and Warakirri Dining experience
Award-winning Aboriginal writer and historian Bruce Pascoe will discuss his life, work and his seminal text Dark Emu. Bruce Pascoe is best known for his work Dark Emu, which reexamines colonial accounts of Aboriginal people in Australia and cites evidence of pre-colonial agriculture, engineering and building construction by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This is a great chance to get to know the man behind the book.
Clarence is an Aboriginal man from the Mindjingbal/Cudgenburra clan of the Bundjalung Nation on the NSW far north coast. A graduate of NAISDA, he is an accomplished musician and dancer. He spent a number of years as Aboriginal Education Officer with the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney and is well known as a presenter on the ABC’s Gardening Australia for the past 10 years. Clarence is currently the Director of Jiwah, a company specialising in community engagement to deliver best practise outcomes in horticulture, permaculture, ecology, urban biodiversity, plant thematics and landscape design.
This is an exclusive experience being held from 9:30am - 12:30pm. **Postponed until COVID restrictions ease, September date TBC*
Tickets: $75.00 per person
*You may also like to attend the Warakirri Dining Experience with Bruce Pascoe being held on the same day from 6:00pm. Tickets sold separately - purchase via the link above
Augustine Mudgee, 50 George Campbell Drive, Mudgee, NSW.