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Jhindu-Pedro Lawrie and Digi Youth Arts, Float Little Boat Float 2020 (still image), video. Courtesy Jhindu-Pedro Lawrie and Digi Youth Arts.

Float Little Boat Float by Jhindu-Pedro Lawrie

Embark on a special journey to discover Mirning language and song with Brisbane-based musician and artist Jhindu-Pedro Lawrie. Learn the story of the river and the sea and follow along as Jhindu shares the language of his ancestors and the importance of caring for place and Country.

Designed for children aged three to eight years.

Jhindu Lawrie performing at Museum of Brisbane in 2019
Jhindu Lawrie performing at Museum of Brisbane in 2019

This video is produced by Jhindu-Pedro Lawrie and Digi Youth Arts. Digi Youth Arts shares the stories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people.

Museum of Brisbane’s Living Cultures Program is supported through the Australian Government’s Indigenous Languages and Arts program.

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