Maar Koodjal Cultural Space
Always was, always will be.
NAIDOC 2020 theme.
Every day the Festival will feature a traditional Welcome to Country as well as a smoking ceremony at 6.45pm each evening, paying respect to the traditional owners of the land on which we hold the Joondalup Festival.
The Maar Koodjal Cultural Space will be situated underneath the gum trees on the embankment overlooking Central Park and will feature the following programming:
|Saturday 4 and
Sunday 5 April 2020
|Traditional Dance||1.00pm – 1.45pm|
|Face Painting||2.00pm – 4.00pm|
|Storytelling||4.00pm – 4.30pm|
|Dance workshop||4.30pm -5.15pm|
|Friday 3, Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 April 2020||Global-active Geodesic Projection Dome Tents||5.30pm – Close|
|Friday 3 April 2020||Welcome to Country||5.30pm|
|Saturday 4 April 2020||Welcome to Country||2.15pm|
|Sunday 5 April 2020||Welcome to Country||12.15pm|
Global-active Geodesic Projection Dome Tents are 360 degree immersive cultural experiences in partnership with Maar Koodjal. There will be Projected Dream Time stories run every 20 minutes in the tent from 5:30pm.