A Deep Listening experience | POSTPONED

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Today till Fri 29 Jan
10am-3pm

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In line with the Queensland Government's new COVID-19 restrictions. State Library will be closed from 3:30pm Friday 8 January. We are due to re-open 12 January. All onsite events during that time have been postponed. 

 

Join us for a Deep Listening experience to the earthy and soothing sounds of the yidaki (didgeridoo). Deep Listening is an important practice within First Nations cultures and quiet reflection is the perfect way for community to come together.

A Deep Listening experience encourages inner reflection and deep listening through a guided contemplation track created in collaboration with First Nations musicians Craig Weribone-Wright, Sunjay and Sasha Ghee. At the end of the contemplation track participants are invited to leave their reflections by contributing to a community canvas in the kuril dhagun space. 

A Deep Listening experience will be available every Monday, Wednesday and Friday for free, bookable sessions between 10am-12pm and 1-3pm

Part of OId Words, New Ways: continuing the language journey showcase currently on display in kuril dhagun. 

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