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Aboriginal Skies: Land of the Lightning People

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Mallory Kountz Planetarium - Durham Science Center

6001 Dodge Street

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Paul Taylor
SHARING ABORIGINAL WISDOM
Acclaimed Aussie Performing Artist Celebrates the Culture
of his homeland though story, music, painting and didgeridoo.

Aboriginal Skies: Land of the Lightning People
Fri., Oct. 27 • 7:30pm • $15 | $5 students • Free parking in front of the Durham Science Center
UNO MALLORY KOUNTZ PLANETARIUM
Durham Science Center • 6001 Dodge Street • 402.554.2219

Limited $5 Student tickets available by RSVP to the Planetarium 402.554.2219


This planetarium show features the Ancient Aboriginal Star Law of Yidumduma Bill Harney, the last living Custodian of his people. Aboriginal Skies illuminates one of the world’s oldest living cultures with stunning images, video, digeridoo and Paul’s engaging storytelling, linking directly to the wondrous Southern sky. You’ll hear the Wardaman Creation Story with Songs of the Dreaming, and how it links to the Songlines in the night sky. This experience highlights Yidumduma Bill Harney and his groundbreaking work with Dr. Hugh Cairns in their book, Dark Sparklers.

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Mallory Kountz Planetarium - Durham Science Center

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