Storytelling with Olman Walley

Storytelling with Olman Walley

In celebration of NAIDOC Week, pop into AGWA and hear from acclaimed Noongar performer and community leader Olman Walley as he takes you on a journey into Noongar culture.

Interactive and informative, listen and take part in Dreamtime stories followed by a 'show and tell' where you'll be introduced to traditional artefacts, their uses and connection to other elements of culture such as the six seasons in a 'show and tell' activity. 

Boorloo is a small, family-owned company based in the Perth metropolitan area. Boorloo was created in 2018 by husband/wife and business owners Olman and Sharna Walley and offers cultural experiences in three key areas; performance, education and tourism. They aim to provide a deeper understanding of Noongar culture to all participants and clients.

Suitable for ages 5-12 years.

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10.30-11.30am, Tuesday 6 and Friday 9 July 2021

AGWA Learning Studio
FREE | bookings required



About the artist

Olman Walley
My name is Olman Walley and I am a Wilman, Balardong, Binjareb, Wadjuk Nyoongar. I was raised in the Wilman (Wheatbelt) region and was taught Noongar culture by my family and elders. My Nyoongar name is Chitty Chitty (Willy Wagtail) and I love to share our stories, history, music, dance and knowledge of our wonderful ancient culture.

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