Join us for this intimate conversation between Jack and Nature Festival arts curator Amber Cronin as they discuss the importance of connection to place for all people and what modern society can learn from Aboriginal relationship to country.
To watch the livestream of this talk, go to this video link: https://www.facebook.com/naturefestivalsa/videos/431970628558769/
You don't need to have Facebook to access the video. Best to watch on a computer, rather than a phone or tablet.
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Jack Kanya Kudnuitya Buckskin is a Kaurna and Narungga man who has dedicated his life to learning and passing on his knowledge and language of the Adelaide Plains to future generations of Kaurna people. Jack has been the Nature Festival's Cultural Ambassador since our inception.
"As human beings in the environment, it is crucial for us to understand that we are a speck... we have our own place in this environment just like every other living creature. My connection and relationship to nature is that of the First Nations people of this land, but it’s also my responsibility to teach, educate and acknowledge the stories of the past and how it makes us who we are today." - Jack Buckskin
This event will be held both in-person and streamed online.
This event is made possible in partnership with Green Adelaide.