Date: Tuesday 13 October 2022
Location: James Martin Room, Gawler Civic Centre, 89-91 Murray St Gawler
Further information: firstname.lastname@example.org / 0413 694 477
Explore Kaurna history & environmental knowledge through language.
Jack Buckskin is a proud Kaurna, Narungga and Wirangu man who has spent his life learning and teaching Kaurna language and culture locally, nationally and internationally.
Jack is the Founder and Managing Director of Kuma Kaaru Cultural Services, who are a community run and led company giving the opportunity for Aboriginal voices and business to be heard and recognised.
Jack’s passion for language and passing it on comes across in the way he delivers his sessions, Jack has taught many people and continues this work with both Aboriginal and Non Aboriginal people who have an interest in learning.
This project is funded by the Landscape Levy and delivered on behalf of the Northern and Yorke Landscape Board.
Gawler Environment Centre is also supported by Green Adelaide.