‘FOLLOW US DOWN THE RED SAND ROAD’ EVENT PROGRAM
Our event for the WA Heritage Festival!
Come and join the folk at Terra Rosa CRM for a community open day of celebration including live entertainment, Aboriginal storytelling, bush tucker surprise, heritage displays and much more! Follow TRCRM through our journey of symbolic milestones marking almost four years in cultural resource management. Follow us Down the Red Sand Road is an event to thank and celebrate Traditional Owner groups, clients and supporters and educate on future endeavours and prospects and the importance of Indigenous heritage.
Saturday 17 May 2014
Start time: 10am
End time: 3pm
346 South Terrace, South Fremantle WA 6162
SCHEDULE FOR THE DAY
10:00 – 10:30am
Acknowledgement to Country
Launch of the Gamburdayinha Project and Welcome Speech by Scott Chisholm
10:30 – 11:00am
Heritage themed Bake Sale!
Enjoy a tea or coffee and some baked goodies to contribute to the ‘Goldfields Aboriginal Arts Trail’. To find out more about this fantastic project or contribute please visit http://www.pozible.com/project/180475.
From Kerry to Fremantle: The Story of South Kerry Fenian John Golden
A presentation by Terra Rosa CRM Archaeologist Anne Golden on the life and times of her great-grand uncle who was transported from Ireland on a convict ship to Fremantle where he was imprisoned. Anne tells the story of his journey and his life in Australia after his release.
Aboriginal Storytelling by Darren Injie
Bring along the kids for an hour of wonderful storytelling by Darren Injie.
Musical performance by Award Winning Ulla Shay!
Former Perth NAIDOC artist of the year award winner and nominated last year for ‘Most Promising Talent in Music’ at the Deadly Awards.
Bush Tucker Tasting
By Kuditj Café
‘Stone Tool Hafting Demonstration’
Demonstration for children and adults by Terra Rosa CRM Archaeologists
Archaeology and Anthropology displays and activities
By the Terra Rosa CRM team
‘Showcasing 346 South Terrace’
A display showcasing the history of the Terra Rosa building within the South Fremantle community!
Presented by Terra Rosa CRM Archaeologists Jade O’Brien and Anne Golden
‘What was the use of Site YIN10-120’
Notre Dame Student Emma Buchanan presents her proposal from the 2014 Notre Dame Conference
Enter the world of Terra Rosa CRM 3D mapping.
A showcase of fascinating new GIS technology at Terra Rosa CRM by Glenn Chisholm.
We hope to see you soon for a day of free family fun! Please remember to RSVP!