This regional troupe is a group of indigenous artists and performers. Gubbi Gubbi is the language spoken by the traditional custodians of the area. Lyndon Davis, a direct descendant of the Gubbi Gubbi people, founded the troupe in 1996, bringing together family members and local young indigenous people to celebrate the dances of their homelands. They have gained a strong rapport throughout their community taking great pride in their culture and feeling blessed to share their knowledge. Gubbi Gubbi Dance provides an unforgettable cultural experience. Their magical presentation of song and dance leaves the audience spellbound.
A collaborative space for the Arts, Creativity and Education program at Montessori International College in 2019.
This project will take a creative-led transdisciplinary approach to the challenge of planetary regeneration through the creation of a new initiative in the field of ecoacoustics.
SEQN First Nations Arts Collective are artists from and/or living on Kabi Kabi, Wakka Wakka, Butchulla, Jinnaburra, Quandamooka, Turrbal and Jagera Country.
Caring for Country Day - 2019
As part of Reconciliation Week and as an extension of our Eudlo Creek pilot project, Feral Arts partnered with Montessori International College, Gubbi Gubbi and Leah Barclay to deliver a one-day arts, culture and environmental program.
A five-week Eudlo Creek pilot project delivered in term 2 and engaging with the challenge of reinvigorating the creek that flows through the MIC grounds.