Words and writing are a fine way to share stories, but they can be limiting. They force a linear interpretation with a particular start and end and they are static, rather than adapting to the time and context of each specific audience.
For tens of thousands of years, one of the most important ways cultures passed down knowledge was through the continual creation and re-creation cultural artefacts like boomerangs. These artefacts helped us remember and tell the stories of our relationship to nature and each other, and even to the stars above.
In this all-ages workshop participants will be provided with a pre-cut boomerang to sand while yarning about the significance and history of important cultural artefacts like boomerangs.
Photo: In January, one of Jack's boomerangs made the longest-ever return journey by traveling into space and back.