Gulbangali Dharug Nura – Honouring Dharug Country

Gulbangali Dharug Nura is a long-term strategic partnership between Dharug Strategic Management Group Ltd (DSMG), Blacktown Arts and The Biennale of Sydney to reclaim Dharug cultural practices and memorialise the First Stolen Generations through site-based arts and cultural programs on the Blacktown Native Institution site.

The project aims to promote the site and its history and encourage community cohesion through being, connecting, art, culture and ceremony. Our gatherings from 5 April to June 7 will explore pre and post-invasion histories, storying, language and perspectives through site visits and performances expressed through the genres of dance, song, art, revegetation, performance, traditional and cultural practices and ceremony. This will culminate in a ceremonial gathering and unveiling of works by Dharug Artists Leanne Tobin, Venessa Possum and Leanne Mulgo Watson. Please come and join us and register for the events and in particular the 6th June, the main Biennale NIRRIN 2020 to promote the BNI site as an artist and our Dharug Artists.

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Yellomundee Living Culture Camp 2018

Darug Tribal Aboriginal Corp
Darug Tribal Aboriginal Corp
Darug Tribal Aboriginal Corp
Darug Tribal Aboriginal Corp
Darug Tribal Aboriginal Corp
Darug Tribal Aboriginal Corp
Darug Tribal Aboriginal Corp
Darug Tribal Aboriginal Corp
Darug Tribal Aboriginal Corp
Darug Tribal Aboriginal Corp
Darug Tribal Aboriginal Corp
Darug Tribal Aboriginal Corp

Barangaroo healing and cleansing ceremony August 2017

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DHARUG NGURRA ABORIGINAL CORPORATION

ICN # 2734

71 Seven Hills Rd South
SEVEN HILLS NSW 2147

Postal Address

PO Box 441 BLACKTOWN NSW 2148

Phone: 02 9622 4081

Darug Tribal Aboriginal Corp

Last weekend a group of Darug djuramin supported by some of our men, attended Barangaroo to begin the healing and cleansing of this place and to begin the important process of reclaiming OUR COUNTRY. It was a beautiful afternoon/evening. A smoking, the painting up of sisters, chanting and singing, clearing and connection. We spent some time with Clinton Priors crew and his amazingly beautiful dog Rosie. Photo Credit and thank you to Michelle Haywood