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Burdiya Mob Hits the Screen with Sound

Wednesday 23rd November / presented by Andy Snelling

A new video clip featuring a cast of Aboriginal young people from Narrogin celebrates contemporary and traditional Noongar culture – while also promoting language revival and creative skills development.

Burdiya Mob wrote the song Djarliny, which means listen, to show the importance of listening to Indigenous elders when they talk about Aboriginal land, stories and culture.

The song was produced by Community Arts Network, with the video clip filmed in and around Narrogin at culturally significant sites.

The world premiere of the video is this Friday night and Director of Photography Matsu & Community Arts Network WA Burdiya Mob Artistic Director Poppy van Oorde – Grainger joined Andy Snelling on The Mag.

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