The didgeridoo is a special instrument, and if you’ve never experienced one live, I’ve got a tip for you: Get a ticket to the Archaeological Institute of America Houston Chapter’s “Stories and Songs From the Beginning of the World” now.
A master of the instrument will be in the spotlight; his name is Cameron McCarthy, and you’ll want to hear his music and tales. It’s a Schlumberger Family Talk. McCarthy’s performance is not the only Aboriginal-related events arranged by the Houston chapter of the AIA for the weekend. There’s a film screening, a lecture on rock art, and a family affair: “Apache Encounters — Aboriginal Australia,” a hands-on archaeology fair.
What: Stories and Songs from the Beginning of the World
When: Saturday, January 30, 10 a.m.
Where: Houston Museum of Natural Science, 5555 Hermann Park Drive
Tariff: Free with museum admission
Contact: 713.634.6344 or here