Mulula Tabil ban Dancers Of Minjerriba
(Sand and the Sea of North Stradbroke Island)
“Revitalising Our Culture”
Traditional dance/didgeridoo performance, workshops, guided tours and traditional dance supplies.
Through connecting up for the land and culture, we play an active role in organising gatherings to encourage greater community involvement, passing on traditional song, dance, stories and providing the time and place to connect back with nature once more. We believe in being consciously responsible and aim for the concept of “thriving” in our lifetime.
Introducing Mulula Tabil ban – Dancers of the sand and the sea…
As proud Indigenous Australians, coming from families dedicated to ending disadvantage for all, we feel our contribution is also necessary and look forward to carrying on in their footsteps. This initiative is to address current shortfalls in Indigenous Cultural opportunities as well as assisting attempts to preserve both land and culture. The beginning of an expanding base for opportunity in the Cultural/performing Arts industry, we hope the dance group becomes a stepping stone or building block for young people to shape their own destiny.
Malula Tabil ban is about representing our people, land and culture with the honour, integrity and the respect it is definitely worthy of. Through a team focus we will share our journeys and support each other achieve our potential. Our culture is a huge gift to us all, one we look forward to sharing with the world.
Appearing at schools, community events, special occasions, opening ceremonies, private functions and festivals. Contact Patrick – 0437 454 628, firstname.lastname@example.org or for more information please check the web listing at http://dancersofthesandandsea.blogspot.com/