World Day for Cultural Diversity

Explore and understand cultures from around the world

Incursions

World Day for Cultural Diversity

21st May

Virtual Reality Aboriginal Australia

Australia’s indigenous culture is one of the oldest surviving cultures in the world. The Pamagirri Aboriginal group transport viewers in a full 360-degree view to the Far North Queensland rainforest. The workshop also includes interactive educational games about bush tucker and hunting, as...

African Drumming

Using traditional African djembe drums, children create sounds and music from the African continent. Every child has the opportunity to immerse themselves in a different culture whilst they experience a feeling of unity as part of a drum circle. We provide instruments for every child in the...

South American Drumming

Every child joins in with traditional instruments and sings songs in a samba style. These workshops are a great introduction to rhythm and basic percussion techniques and are suitable for all age groups. Bring a Latin flavour to your primary school and hear the children create music...

Bollywood Dance

Bollywood dance originated from Indian films and is a combination of the terms 'Hollywood' and the former name for Mumbai, 'Bombay'. The highlight of many Bollywood movies are colourful and vibrant dance sequences and upbeat musical scores that go with...

Chinese Dragon Dance

2020 is the Year of the White Metal Rat.  Dragon dances are performed to scare away evil spirits. The dragon symbolises good luck, long life and wisdom.  Our professional dancers bring a traditional Chinese dragon, parasols and fans for the whole class to create an...

Indian Dance

Dance is found in every society in the world and Indian dance is one of the most ancient surviving forms. This workshop encourages children to explore the diverse sounds and dance of a different culture. Children build on their natural enthusiasm for movement and develop skills of coordination and...

Kathak Dance Workshop

Treasured for its intricacy, elegance and charm, it originated in the Hindu temples of northern India and later became popular in the royal courts. One of the oldest forms of theatrical dance in the world, Kathak, which literally translates as 'story' involves the use of storytelling...

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