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THE ABORIGINAL AUSTRALIAN TRADITION: A Performance and Talk with Lewis Burns

Carrying one of the longest known continuous traditions, the Aboriginal Australian people are best known for their four art forms: music, dance, painting and storytelling. Join Aboriginal Artist Lewis Burns for a night of sharing the richness of this vibrant culture. Lewis will perform on didgeridoo, share about his tradition and take questions from the audience.

Entry by donation. Suggested donation $20. Cash only at the door.

Lewis Burns is a Tubba-Gah Wiradjuri man born and living in Dubbo, NSW Australia. He has been learning about his Aboriginal culture for as long as he can remember. He continues to practice and respect these life skills each day and still learns and grows from this ancient knowledge. Lewis’ love of his heritage is evident when you speak with him, and depicted even more in his Aboriginal crafts, traditional dancing, didgeridoo performances, mural paintings and teaching. He is very dedicated to sharing what he knows with others to help keep these customs alive. Lewis paints in traditional Aboriginal and contemporary styles. He has exhibited globally and performed globally with his handcrafted didgeridoos. Each piece of Lewis’ artwork tells a story…..a story that will live on forever through the generations, as the artwork is handed down from one family to another. Visit Lewis on the web at