Tjungu Pakani TOGETHER WE RISE

Celebrating Titjikala Culture through Art & Music
Join the Titjikala Women’s Choir (NT) as they share their unique artistic and musical practice with Adelaide, celebrating cultural exchange. Together We Rise features art and music workshops with the Titjikala women run by The Art Bus with artists Miranda Harris and Helen Fuller and Soundstream’s Gabriella Smart.
The Art Bus workshops provide local artists and Titjikala women opportunities to work together to create Batik silk scarves using techniques learned from the women of the Titjikala Choir and local art- ists. Fee includes all materials ($45/$70). BOOK HERE
Music workshops will feature the women singing songs from the Lutheran tradition in Pitjantjatjara with local musicians and residents ($35/$60).
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Workshop events culminate in an exhibition and a concert to open the exhibition ($20/$40) at Ayers House Museum on 8th Aug in a celebration of CULtural diversity. BOOK HERE

TITJIKALA CHOIR 2018 from Mark Patterson on Vimeo.
Co-hosted by Soundstream Music and the J.M. Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice, the University of Adelaide. This event is also generously supported by Adelaide City Council, National Trust of South Australia, Renewal SA, the Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music, the University of Adelaide and The Art Bus.