Join an interactive journey of discovery into the world we all share. Through the eyes of the incredibly rich and diverse tribal cultures of our planet encounter peoples you never knew existed. Hear voices that speak across past, present and future generations. Experience views that will widen your horizons. Enlightening, informative and inspiring.
Create a narrative/journey/story on which to travel through worldwide tribal histories and cultures. The workshop will be divided into sections by means of quotes from various tribal cultures. Within these sections will be three episodes in which participants will be asked to participate in the workshop in very tangible ways. This is to elicit an emotional recognition as well as an intellectual recognition.
Suitable for: all ages
Duration: 60 minutes
Presenters: Mik and Jacquie
Jacquie has spent 25 yrs as a roving arts teacher in Australia. She has facilitated arts workshop experiences with various age groups and abilities including males and females incarcerated in penal institutions. She has engaged in Human Rights (Refugees) public speaking and workshops throughout Australia.
Mik has been a supporter of Survival International, the global movement for tribal peoples' rights, for over 20 years and during this time he was also a Trustee of the charity. For several years he coordinated a local members group helping to spread the word and generate support for the charity. He has led numerous workshops for Survival in both junior and senior schools, at human rights events and at festivals. He also organised and ran a one-day outdoor festival for Survival and a great many music benefit events helping to raise vital funds. Hardworking, reliable and inspiring individuals, committed to human rights and the charity's objectives helping tribal peoples defend their lives, protect their lands and determine their own futures, come join them in their positive and entertaining workshops.