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Gulaga - Then and Now and Forever

Storytelling at Tilba Yuin artist Cheryl Davison and storyteller and songwriter Annie Bryant are coming together to present Gulaga: then, now and forever, an afternoon in the Dreamtime through story, song and sharing, at the Central Tilba Small Hall on Sundays January 28 and February 4 from 5pm to 7pm. Cheryl Davison of Central Tilba, known for her exquisite paintings of her cultural landscape, will present, through her art and storytelling, her personal understanding of some of the stories handed down and shared over generations. Cheryl said, “Our people are all connected. From Sydney to Eden, we share the stories.” Annie Bryant of Cobargo is a professional storyteller, singer and songwriter. Her recent CD, Listen to the Land, is “dedicated to the People who have listened to it for thousands of years and to all who are listening now”. Annie will present new material researched and composed specially for this event. At the NAIDOC celebration in Central Tilba last year, many people expressed their desire to be part of a conversation to enhance cultural understanding, particularly at a local level. In a survey conducted that day, participants nominated storytelling as their most preferred activity. Families are encouraged to bring cushions to sit on, but there will be chairs for those who don’t bend so well. Admission is $20 per family and includes finger food, catered by Neck of the Woods Café. For enquiries and bookings for catering please ring or text Annie on 0435 759 732 or email Cathie at

Above: Cheryl Davison (left) with Annie Bryant

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