Olman Walley will share a dreaming story and then facilitate a yarning circle where circle members can discuss the moral of the story and their feelings about it. Olman will bring along some artefacts and talk about them as he facilitates the circle, giving people the opportunity to voice their thoughts and ask questions. He will close the yarning circles with a short didgeridoo performance or song.
The Yarn circle will run for 60 minutes and is designed for open groups.
We advise registering now to secure your spot in this session. All registrations are FREE. Hit the Booking Link below to secure your spot.
Please note we are holding some spaces for walk ups on the day (make sure you get in early).
Boorloo is a small, family-owned company based in the Perth metropolitan area. Boorloo was created in 2018 by husband/wife and business owners Olman and Sharna Walley. The company offers cultural experiences in three key areas; performance, education and tourism, with the aim to provide a deeper understanding of Noongar culture to all participants .
Owner and Director Olman Walley is a Wilman, Balardong, Binjareb, Wadjuk Nyoongar, raised in the Wilman (Wheatbelt) region. Olman was taught Noongar culture by family and elders. His Nyoongar name is Chitty Chitty (Willy Wagtail) and he loves to share our stories, history, music, dance and knowledge of this wonderful ancient culture.
Coogee Live would like to thank our Supporting Partner Alcoa, whose contribution has made this possible.