Home : A Production

Home : A Production

Gathering in one of Perth’s largest city parks, tens of thousands of people came to enjoy a celebration of West Australian talent last night, at the 2016 Perth International Arts Festival’s opening event. Big-event director Nigel Jamieson, who helped produce the Sydney Olympics opening ceremony, worked on the production with Noongar Elder and artist Richard […]
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Antonio Carluccio’s 6 Seasons

In one of the largest bio-diversity areas in the world, Carluccio learns about Australia’s indigenous history, spanning the culture, art and music of the land and, most importantly, the cuisine. He creates real Aussie food with an Italian twist, based on the six seasons of the Aboriginal calendar and the availability of native and foraged […]

Ajinda – A New Approach

The word jinda means ‘star’ in the language of the Nyoongar people of the South West of Western Australia. Ajinda is a 100% Aboriginal owned company launching a fresh new range of personal care products. Wescorp are excited to work in conjunction with Ajinda to establish their brand and assist in the marketing and sales of Ajinda products. With the […]

Canning World Arts Exchange 1st Feb

The Middar Aboriginal Dancers Will be performing at the Canning World Arts Exchange on the Shelley Beach foreshore 1st Feb 7pm. Other artists featuring include; International master musicians from India Temple of fine arts WA DanceSport Champions Middar Aboriginal Dance Company 😉 Fremantle Symphony Orchestra UWA Choral Society New and unique performances from over 250 […]
Perth Writer’s Festival 23rd Feb

Perth Writer’s Festival 23rd Feb

Alton Walley, a Noongar writer hailing from the South-West of Western Australia Alton will be participating in The Perth Writer’s Festival on 23 February. He will be talking about a children’s storybook he has written titled, “Chunyart and the Cheeky Parrot.” Alton is studying Arts at Murdoch university, majoring in Tourism and Australian Indigenous Studies. […]
Yirra Yarkin Aboriginal Stories Feb 12th

Yirra Yarkin Aboriginal Stories Feb 12th

Iyalaru – a Celebration Yirra Yaakin celebrates 21 years of sharing Aboriginal Stories Wed 12 Feb 2014, 8pm VENUE- Chevron Festival Gardens PRICE- $25-$30 Buy tickets here (new window) Richard and the Middar Dancers will be performing at this event and Richard is carrying out the Welcome to Country. Yirra Yaakin are WA’s leading Aboriginal […]

UWA Centenary Celebrations

Richard Walley was proud to be involved in the University of WA Centenary Celebration in May this year. You can hear Richard on the didgeridoo in the opening of the attached video. We are including the 22 minute show in its entirety here as it was such a great night’s entertainment. Please enjoy the show.

Christmas Pageant, Dec 22nd, Perth

Richard and friends attended last year’s Channel 7 yearly Christmas Pageant on 22nd December in the Perth City. The Pageant runs all day every year and while it’s mainly focused on children, adults are encouraged to come along, too. We are presently looking for volunteer dancers (from our Dance classes) to accompany Richard and the […]

Middar Dancers, Esplanade Fremantle, November 2013

The Middar Dancers will be performing in the park on the Esplanade in Fremantle as part of the Freo Festival in November. They did last year and it was really good show. Richard will be playing Didgeridoo and will also be available for questions afterwards.
Sacred Sites for Filmmakers talk

Sacred Sites for Filmmakers talk

Richard gave a talk to Australian filmmakers in Fremantle regarding the sensitivities and restrictions filmmakers face when filming near sacred properties throughout Western Australia. The talk was given last year but he plans to do something similar late in 2013, early 2014.