NAIDOC in the City 2019

NAIDOC in the City is a free celebration of the world’s longest living cultures through Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander food, song, art, dance and stories. You can taste treats from the earth oven, join in a dance circle, visit Read More

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Ocean Talks: Aboriginal Perspectives of Sydney Harbour

How well do we really know the history of Sydney Harbour? Four leading Aboriginal art and cultural practitioners – Shane Phillips, Nadeena Dixon, Emily McDaniel and Brett Leavy   – share the stories of Sydney Harbour as you’ve never seen or Read More

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National Indigenous Art Fair 2019

The National Indigenous Art Fair is set to get toes tapping and tastebuds tingling with a vibrant two-day program of food, music, dance and demonstrations celebrating Indigenous culture in the heart of Sydney on 29 and 30 June 2019. The ethical Read More

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Talking Deadly - Political Co-existence in Australia

Good leadership is critical in the pursuit of change. In this talk on Political Co-existence in Australia in the 21st Century, Josephine Bourne will talk about the areas of work Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisation leaders have identified as Read More

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Blak Markets for Mother's Day 2019

There will be plenty in store for Mother’s Day celebrations at the Blak Markets at Bare Island La Perouse Sunday, 12 May 2019 from 9.30am to 3pm. There will be Arts and Craft workshops for mothers to enjoy while their Read More

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Aboriginal Paddington

Aboriginal people have watched the ancient landscape of Sydney and Paddington evolve over thousands of years and generations. The rich archaeological and historical record of the harbour allows us to recreate something of how Aboriginal people used Kogerah – as Read More

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Yerr Wetimbi yi Yerr Marrgu / Old Way & New Way

The foundation for the exhibition Yerr Wetimbi yi Yerr Marrgu / Old Way & New Way is deceptively simple: linguist and artist / weaver Patricia Marfurra has made a huge and magical woven fishnet which Kieren Karritpul translates into delicate Read More

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State Library of NSW - EOI Aboriginal artist or designer

The State Library of NSW has just opened an Expression of Interest for an Aboriginal digital artist / designer to develop a unique digital artwork for the library’s Mukurtu site, which is in development. The successful artist will receive a one-off fee of Read More

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Talking Deadly: Who drives the conversation?

Join Nathan “Mudyi” Sentance for his Talking Deadly talk ‘Who Drives the Conversation?’ on blogging as a form of resistance and as a method to examine and discuss the role of memory institutions in the destruction, exclusion and misremembering of Read More

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Indigenous Design Synergies at UTS 2019

UTS School of Design is hosting Indigenous Design Synergies, a program beginning with a series of ‘brownbag’ lunch talks with Indigenous scholars, designers, creatives, activists, allies and accomplices. Design language & International Year of Indigenous Languages: Nancy Yukuwal McDinny / Read More

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