A poor afternoon’s fishing leads to quiet contemplation of our future.
Aunty Ellen Trevorrow, Ngarrindjerri Elder and Master Weaver is holding a Residential Class on weaving and how it applies to Indigenous Culture. The 3 day residential class will be held from Fri Mar 16 to Sun Mar 18 at Camp Coorong 7 Mile Road, Meningie, SA. If you’d like to book, here’s the LINK Is a great opportunity to meet and work with with Aunty Ellen and learn traditional Ngarrindjeri weaving skills and to understand how weaving as an art form is used to share stories within culture. The class is suitable for beginners and advanced weavers and those who just enjoy a good yarn. Aunty Ellen says about herself: “I was born at Point McLeay (now called Raukkan) in 1955 and was raised near Tailem Bend a small town in the Murray lands region of South Australia. I spent my childhood staying at fringe camps just outside of Tailem Bend town with my grandmother, Ellen Brown, from whom I