Online Walk on Country with Wiradjuri man, Mark Saddler

1 Hour
Online
Online Experience
Year Round
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Take an online walk on country with Bundyi Cultural Tours. Walk in ancient footsteps and discover the Wiradjuri Ngurambang country and culture, of central NSW, with Wiradjuri man, artist and tour guide, Mark Saddler. During this immersive online experience, you will explore Wiradjuri traditions, culture and language in an exclusive and intimate virtual tour.

On the online tour you will listen, learn and interact with Mark as he discusses different aspects of the Wiradjuri people and culture. The Wiradjuri have over 60,000 years cultural knowledge and caring for country. Mark will share with you the Wiradjuri language , culture and country. You will see how Wiradjuri tools are made and watch Mark create traditional artwork right in front of you! You will then be invited to create an artwork yourself with the expert help of Mark.

Mark will also ensure that you have time to discuss and ask questions about Wiradjuri country, culture and language in this interactive live virtual tour.

Location

Wagga Wagga is part of our Wiradjuri Ngurambang (country). You will join this experience from the comfort of your own home.

What to expect

In this virtual experience you will:

  • Learn about a living culture that is over 60,000 years old.
  • Learn about native animals, plants and bush tucker.
  • Interactive live with experienced Wiradjuri tour guide and Artists Mark Saddler.
  • If time permits Mark may also show you some of his “Yidaki” (Didgeridoo) that he makes. Perhaps you may like to see and hear how music and songs are transmitted through these amazing cultural items as well.

Overview of what you will cover:

  • Show about cultural tool making.
  • Short videos made and produced by Mark Saddler with regards to Wiradjuri culture, customs and country.

What is included

In this virtual experience you will:

Learn about a living culture that is over 60,000 years old. Learn about native animals, plants and bush tucker. Interactive live with experienced Wiradjuri tour guide and Artists Mark Saddler. If time permits Mark may also show you some of his “Yidaki” (Didgeridoo) that he makes. Perhaps you may like to see and hear how music and songs are transmitted through these amazing cultural items as well. Overview of what you will cover:

Show about cultural tool making. Short videos made and produced by Mark Saddler with regards to Wiradjuri culture, customs and country.