An American who spent 20 years living with the Australian Aboriginal people will present his story using images, video and stories at the Richland Library on Aug. 12.
He speaks at 7 p.m. and will play the Australian didgeridoo, a wind instrument traditionally made from a hollow branch. This long wooden tube produces a deep, resonant sound, varied by rhythmic accents of timbre and volume, said a news release.
The program is in the Doris Roberts Gallery and is appropriate for all ages.
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