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Family Tour of ‘Mulaa Giilang: Wiradjuri stories of the night sky’

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Family Tour of ‘Mulaa Giilang: Wiradjuri stories of the night sky’

Tue 27 September at 10:00 am - 11:00 am

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One event on Wed 5 October 2022, at 10:00 am

About this event

Explore how the night sky reflects Dreaming stories, the seasons and the environment in this all-ages visit through Mulaa Giilang: Wiradjuri stories of the night sky.
Once the tour finishes, drop in to our Activity Space and spend some time getting creative with some fun craft activities inspired by the exhibition.
We’ll also have a pop-up Story Cart from Orange City Library with a hand-picked selection of books all about the night sky available to read in the exhibition.
Tour runs approximately 10am-10.30am, with drop-in craft in the Activity Space from 10.30am-11.30am.

Suitable for kids and adults of all ages.

About Mulaa Giilang
For First Nations people, the Earth, sea and sky are intimately connected. Looking up, the night sky reflects Dreaming stories, landforms, animals and seasonal patterns, informing the way people live on, and care for, Country.

This exhibition features stunning night sky photography and an immersive soundtrack to explore Wiradjuri astronomical knowledge alongside comparative mythologies from across the world.

Booking Information
This is a FREE event, but we ask you to book a ticket.
This event is designed for children to attend with their adult(s). Please book enough tickets for everyone attending in your group. Children cannot be dropped off and left unattended in the Museum.
If you have booked a ticket and can no longer attend, please cancel your ticket or contact us so we can make places available to people on the waitlist.
Orange City Council, including the Museum, is a Child Safe organisation. This booking form asks you to provide information about relevant medical conditions and authorisation of whether or not pictures can be taken of your child.
Attendees will be required to follow any COVID-19 restrictions in place at the time of the workshop.

Venue

Orange Regional Museum
151 Byng Street
Orange, NSW 2800 Australia
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