Fringe is building something. Coil by coil an animal emerges from our collective yarning. Her plumage made of our stories of reconciliation and respect.Join Wiradjuri Yinaa (woman), Peta-Joy as she shares her language skills by speaking and teaching Wiradjuri words, and gain insights into the social and cultural knowledge embedded in the traditional Indigenous coil weaving technique.A 2-hour hands-on coil weaving workshop for participants to immerse themselves in traditional weaving practice and have a good old yarn. Leave your finished coil to be added to The Sydney Fringes community made artwork and newest Fringe friend, Dinawan (Emu.) From the Artist: “There is something magic when a group of people are sitting around weaving together, conversations that might not normally happen start happen, people start to get to know one another on a different level, then all of a sudden you also have a new creation in your hand that you have made with love and positive energy."