The Story Keepers, Elsie Randall and Troy Little are showcasing their Aboriginal Art work once again during the 107th Clarence Valley highland gathering.
“This will mark a historical event for the local Aboriginal
and non Aboriginal people.
It is a time when Aboriginal and Scottish people can share
in celebration of their cultures through dance, music and art.”
says Story Keepers Elsie Randal (also a Bundjalung/Yaegl Aboriginal Artist
who grew up in Yamba and Maclean).
Such a combined show of Aboriginal and Scottish heritage during the
2011 Easter long week end promises a time to remember with
a wide range of activities and events aimed to tantalize both
the locals and visitors alike.
So please join in the celebration and wonder in the sound and
beauty of the Scottish bag pipes to the Aboriginal didgeridoo and
clap stick players. Witness the art and grace of the highland and Aboriginal
dancers and don’t miss out on viewing the Story Keepers exquisite Aboriginal
art collection at the CWA building in addition to the wonderful range of works
from their special guests, the local Aboriginal artists aging from 10 years and
up to show case the local Aboriginal talent.
The Story Keepers ART Exhibition to be held at the
CWA Building 40 River Street Maclean NSW
Friday 22 April 2011 and Saturday the 23rd from
9:00am to 4:00pm Sunday 24th April 2011
from 10:00am to 3:00pm
DON’T Miss The Story Keepers
Official opening Night on Saturday 23rd April 2011 from 6:30pm to 9:30pm
for a truly Cultural Experience
For more information on the highland gathering during Easter Weekend please click here http://www.macleanhighlandgathering.com.au/