Wala Connections Dance, NAIDOC Week 2022. Photography: Tim O’Connor.

Cancelled – Wala Connections Dance Performance

Sat 8 Jul 23, 2.15pm–2.45pm

Free entry

The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, Fed Square

Community Hall Ground Level

Wala Connections Dance, NAIDOC Week 2022. Photography: Tim O’Connor.
Past program

Due to unforeseen circumstances, this performance has had to be cancelled. We apologise for any inconvenience.

In Community Hall, Wala Connections returns to the NGV with a special interactive dance performance responding to this year’s NAIDOC Week theme ‘For Our Elders’. With the aim of deepening all people’s connection to Aboriginal culture, Wala Connections inspire self-expression and the celebration of First Nations Peoples’ culture through movement and dance.

About Wala Connections

Founded by Thara Brown and Nartarsha Bamblett in 2019, Wala Connections explores their Yorta Yorta ancestral connections while providing opportunities for everyone to connect to self, culture and Country. The female collective delivers workshops programs, performances and mentoring with a focus on connection through movement to provide safe spaces to learn, grow and share creatively. Through First Peoples culture, storytelling and wellbeing practices, Wala Connections utilise these knowledge systems to empower and educate individuals and communities.

Wala Connections have performed at a wide range of events including the Adelaide Fringe Festival, AFL Game Opener, Bush Fire Relief Fundraisers and The Long Walk Dreamtime Luncheon.

General enquiries

Ph +61 3 8620 2222
9am–5pm, daily