In 2010, CAN worked with the local Narrogin community to install three boomerang shaped seats depicting the six Noongar seasons, through a series of workshops run by artist Jahne Rees.
Fifteen young people took part in the project and learned the process of construction and installation involved in public art, as well as the flora and fauna associated with each of the Noongar Seasons.
The Noongar seasons are: Bunuru (February/March), Djeran (April/May), Makuru (June/July), Djilba (August/September), Kambarang (October/November) and Birak (December/January).
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