I am here for you and you are here for me. 

Together, we can listen deeply, talk openly and share compassionately.

And we can make a difference. Together.

I am a Wathaurong / Ngarrindjeri man who has created The
Storyteller suite of educational tools including the Artefact, stories and
plays that can be a creative place to start your cultural journey.

The Opportunity

The Storyteller opportunity offers a cultural exchange experience like no other.

With learning resources that are tailored for you, we can create a dynamic and engaging learning environment that grows understanding and develops thinking.

The Storyteller
Glenn Shea

Over the past 40 years, I have travelled Australia as a performing artist and spent time wherever I could with Aboriginal elders in cities and ‘out bush’.

My Aboriginal education has been a case of ‘look and listen’. 

Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, I have had the chance to sit with and listen to the old people without speaking or interrupting.  I was told by an elder I had ‘done well’. This has stayed with me and shaped the creation of The Storyteller.

The Storyteller experience, is positioned as a game, but is actually an artefact, a useful tool for scholars who want to learn about a culture. Aboriginal culture.  The oldest, living culture in the world. Open, enquiring minds are welcome to access that knowledge.

I am here for you and you are here for me.



It was a great experience to learn directly from Glenn and to play the game and read about Aboriginal people, their skills and their stories that have been passed down from generation to generation.

Year 4 student, Victoria

We all felt that it was very special to have you with us, sharing some of the ancient spiritual and secular knowledge of your ancestors. It allowed us to begin to gain an appreciation that everything is connected.

Cate & Tanya
Ruyton Girls School Teachers, Victoria

Glenn, I feel that it is a great tradition because you are passing on education about your culture. It is a really inspiring tradition.

Year 4 student, Victoria

“A big part of Indigenous Learning is making sure that all peoples have the opportunity to engage in knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal people, society and culture from an Indigenous standpoint perspective through active learning pathways and enjoy their cultural experience as they/you build their/your knowledge base on their/your journey of self-discovery. It is great to work collaboratively with community service providers to get the best outcome for our children and our children’s children Indigenous and non-indigenous colleagues”

- Inventor / Facilitator THE STORYTELLER Indigenous Learning Glenn Shea.