『the THIRD COMMUNe - GOOD VIBES ONLY - 』 レセプションパーティ。
パーティでは、NATA ディジュリドゥのライブも♪ "THE THIRD COMMUNe-" Reception Party.
Classes such as yoga will be held for a limited time from July 20 to December 29, 2019
At the party, NATA didgeridoo’s live ♪
Heading out on another back-to-back 15-day expedition today after a phenomenal string quartet trip. It will forever remain a highlight of my life to play didjeridu with these musicians. This life is so beautiful. Enjoy the little things everyone & I’ll see you when I return to the Rim World in a few weeks. 🌊 🎶 🌊 📸 @westhowland#musicisaninternationallanguage#lifeofanadventureguide
Our July First Friday event is 2 days away and we’re so excited!
Join us this Friday, July 5th, for a journey into yoga nidra and sound healing like no other.
The journey will begin with pranayama for grounding in the present moment and then you will be taken to the highest of heights as you are gently guided into yoga nidra while floating in one of our silk hammocks. This will be followed by a sound and energy immersion that will ignite your yogic sleep and then gently guide you back to Earth, refreshed and rejuvenated.
The night will be facilitated by Rehoboth local Patricia Truitt and assisted by Kristan Cunningham.
Register on our website (link in profile) or our Facebook page. The event is $15 in advance or $20 at the door.
We have 14 hammocks available so the sooner you register the more chance you have of reserving a hammock.
We also have blankets, mats and pillows if you prefer to take the journey on the floor.
We hope to see you here!
Didjeridu and modern music. Traditionally performed exclusively in music associated with Australian Aboriginal ritual ceremonies, such as those for sunsets, circumcisions, and funerals, the didjeridu is now also used in other contexts by Aborigines as well as in many popular- and art-music genres in the 21st century. Why not after all. #didjeridu#didjeridoo#dronepipe#windinstrument#woodentrumpet#aborigines
LINDT, J.W. (John William) (1845-1926)
Clarence River man holding didjeridu. [Circa 1873]. Albumen print photograph, 200 x 150 mm, manuscript sequence number ‘4’ in negative lower right; a strong print with good tonal range, small flaw in the negative upper right, but in fine condition; mounted and framed.
One of the famous series of tableau portraits of Clarence Valley Aboriginal people taken by German-born photographer J.W. Lindt in his studio in Prince Street, Grafton, in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, around 1873. Although researchers have been able to identify a number of the sitters in Lindt’s series, the male subject in this photograph remains unidentified, and is catalogued in the Grafton Regional Gallery’s collection with the title ‘Bushy bearded man standing’ (Accession number 2005-7; Gift of Sam and Janet Cullen and family 2004). In the Grafton Regional Gallery’s example the flaw in the negative is more pronounced than in the print we offer here.
#photograph#lindt#clarenceriver#grafton#aboriginal#indigenousaustralian#didgeridoo#didjeridu#firstaustralians#historicalphotography#anzaab#ilab#aaada $2,750.00 AUD