Ngulu Festival honours Sorry Day

Amos Roach dancing. Picture: RYAN TEWS

By Jed Lanyon

The recent Ngulu Festival honoured Sorry Day and aimed to give a voice to the first nation people.

The Ngulu festival (Ngulu meaning ‘voice’ in Woiwurrung) was held at Yarra Valley ECOSS on Sunday 26 May and featured Indigenous artists Kutcha Edwards, Amos Roach, Ganga Giri Boys and Men Didgeridoo workshop, Wayapa Wurrk with Michelle Atwell, Poetry reading from Nikki Madgwick and more.

Event Organiser Leanne Arvanitakis Hall said that the event was a success.

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