Sharing Stories participants head on their first field trip of this year's program

Monday 2 May 2022

The Sharing Stories Arts Exchange (previously known as the Bundian Way Arts Exchange) is a creative participatory project focused on building positive reciprocal relationships between the Canberra community and local regional Indigenous and non-indigenous communities.

On the first field trip for the year, participants and program coordinators were led on a cultural tour with Wally Bell, Ngunawal Elder, at ANU Kambri campus, and the Black Mountain Woodland Walk.

The Sharing Stories Arts Exchange features culturally rich learning opportunities and events in the ACT as well as a structured creative field program visiting areas in south-eastern NSW which include the Bundian Way; a shared historic pathway used by Aboriginal people for tens of thousands of years, linking Mount Kosciuszko with Twofold Bay on the Far South Coast of NSW.

The aim of the program is to build on existing shared values by way of active reconciliation: learning from local Indigenous people and increasing awareness and understanding of the complexities of culture and reconciliation through creative outcomes.

For more information about the program, please email

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