Boss Arts Education
We deliver high quality curriculum aligned programs to both primary and secondary schools in all aspects of Nyoongar culture, language, music and dance. Enquire now to find out how Boss Arts Creative can help your school to embed learning about Nyoongar history, culture and perspectives in your school.
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The Acknowledgement Program is a culturally responsive program, designed to meet the needs of each individual school and community where it is delivered. Guided by Bibbulmun Nyoongar musician and actress Della Rae Morrison together with leading contemporary recording artist Charley Caruso, this 10-week program will help your students and staff to write, record and produce its own Acknowledgement of Country song, that conveys your school’s unique values, history and story.
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Boss Arts Creative delivered a 12 week First Nations Cultural Immersion Program in the heart of Boorloo, at the Perth Cultural Centre. In our Mia Mia and in the warmth of our fire, we brought together a range of First Nations music artists, visual artists, Elders, storytellers, dancers, circus artists and of course our very own Boss Arts Creative emerging artists to share their culture and build community connection. Enjoy photos and video highlights from this Boss winter event.
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE ABOUT THE PERFORMING ARTS?
Boss Arts Creative is seeking First Nations people of all ages to join our weekly culturally-immersive arts program, Bina Biddi.
When: Every Friday
Location: WAAPA Campus, Perth
Who: First Nations people. All ages. All skill levels
Contact us via email at:firstname.lastname@example.org
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Boss Arts Creative recently hosted Music Workshops in conjunction with Gawooleng Yawoodeng Aboriginal Corporation in Kununurra, Western Australia.
The workshops spanned 5 days from Tuesday 12 September to Saturday 16 September 2023 and focused on local youth and community members with an interest in music and performance.
The B.A.C Crew with the participation of attendees were able to write three epic songs around the issues of Family Domestic Violence, from which two music videos and a documentary will be produced by Cortex, a radio jingle and TV Commercial.