Sinsa Mansell

    12 March 2020

    Sinsa is a proud Trawoolaway women from larapuna the Northern region of lutruwita Tasmania. She is a program producer and project officer, as well a co-founder, performer and choreographer with the successful pakana kanaplila a traditional/contemporary Tasmanian Aboriginal dance troupe.

    Working nationally and internationally, Sinsa has been pioneering ways to reclaim ancient cultural traditions, as well as being involved in educational workshops. Sinsa’s artform generates critical awareness of the rich cultural heritage and continuing practices of her ancestors. She is forgoing opportunities for the broader community to engage with the local Aboriginal people’s.


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