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Click the years below to read participant stories from previous workshops held over the past decade:

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Weaving


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Arnhem Weavers & Men's Business Workshops for 2018

Note the following dates include travel time to Mäpuru. Additional workshop dates are currently being negotiated. For background information please click this link: "Workshop Information".



17 - 24
June

Women's group organised by CERES. To enquire about the vacancies contact Meg or Ben through the CERES Global website.



3 - 8
July

Women's and men's group organised by CERES. To enquire about the vacancies contact Meg or Ben through the CERES Global website.



21 - 30 July

Women's and men's trip, group organised by Nature Philosophy. The contacts for this trip are Kate or Sam. They can be contacted by visiting the Nature Philosophy website.





If you and your friends are interested in a workshop, or want the Mäpuru women to run a particular workshop at another time, or for an activity that isn’t noted below, please email;

john.greatorex@cdu.edu.au

  • Pandanus weaving; including pandanus collection, preparation, dyeing and weaving.
  • String making (using Banyan and Brachychiton barks) for bags and nets.
  • Bush medicines.
  • Harvesting of yams, fruits, shellfish, fish (seasonal).
  • Preparation and production of cycad bread, (requires two weeks). (This is a rare opportunity to learn and be involved in this annual activity, September through to November.)
  • House and shelter construction.
  • Living on country.
  • Trekking, following pre-contact paths across country.

 

 
         
 

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