Dark Emu

Dark Emu is a compelling new work by Bangarra Dance Theatre. Inspired by Bruce Pascoe’s book of the same name, Dark Emu combines thrilling contemporary dance and soundscapes, and distinctively Australian stories. It features 18 of Bangarra’s extraordinary performers.   Read More

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Blak Box

Find time to come along to Blak Box. Combining oral history, interviews and spoken word performances, with original music and excerpts of the Sydney language, Blak Box is a truly immersive experience, offering insights into Sydney’s past, present and possible Read More

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Listen Here Now

As part of Vivid Sydney, join journalist Laura Murphy-Oates for a fascinating discussion with Aboriginal creatives from the arts, screen and culture. Listen to speakers Bianca ‘Bee’ Cruse, Rhyan Clapham AKA Dobby, Travis De Vries and Medika Thorpe talk about Read More

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First Nations: A Celebration

Part of the Sydney Film Festival, First Nations: A Celebration presents a range of films from Australia’s Indigenous filmmakers as well as a retrospective of short films funded by Screen Australia’s Indigenous Department. This year’s program marks the 25th anniversary Read More

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Blackie Blackie Brown

Come along to the Sydney Theatre Company to see Nakkiah Lui’s new play, Blackie Blackie Brown. Lui’s play sees Dr Jacqueline Black, subdued archaeologist, transformed into Blackie Blackie Brown, part vigilante/part superhero, for an action packed (and occasionally gory) adventure.   Read More

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Talking Deadly: My Grandmother's Lingo

Come along to Talking Deadly: My Grandmother’s Lingo, to hear Animator, Jake Duczynski, discuss the role technology can play in sharing Indigenous stories. Jake recently joined with Angelina Joshua from the remote South East Arnhem Land community of Ngukurr on Read More

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Day of Mourning panel discussion

Part of National Reconciliation Week 2018, this event commemorates the 80th anniversary of Day of Mourning, Australia’s first civil rights protest. Come along to hear artists, thinkers, community members and others discuss how this significant cultural event helped to effect positive Read More

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Speaker Series: The Sydney Wars

Join historian Dr Stephen Gapps for a discussion of his new book, The Sydney Wars: Conflict in the Early Colony 1788-1817. Dr Gapps’ new work gives the first detailed account of conflict in the Sydney region between Aboriginal Australians and Read More

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Songs of Belonging

Join acclaimed Indigenous soprano, Deborah Cheetham AO as she shares her life story and musical journey to find her place of belonging. Combining music and storytelling, Songs of Belonging premieres new music by Cheetham in the languages of the Yorta Read More

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A Weekend in Redfern

Make your way to Eora College to experience the world’s oldest living culture. Held over two days, A Weekend in Redfern, offers visitors the opportunity to experience a smoking ceremony, be welcomed to country by a Redfern elder, and participate in weaving, Read More

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