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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Kanalaritja

kanalaritja: An Unbroken String is a touring exhibition and series of workshops at The Leo Kelly Blacktown Arts Centre, that celebrates the Tasmanian Aboriginal cultural practice of shell-stringing, and the generations of makers who have sustained the tradition. Touring throughout Read More

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Uluru Statement from the Heart 2019

Emanuel Synagogue will present a special event as part of its In Conversation series, featuring Thomas Mayor, delegate to the Uluru Statement process. Thomas has been travelling throughout Australia with the Uluru Statement advocating for its call for the “establishment Read More

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Yabun 2019

Yabun means ‘music to a beat’ in the Sydney Aboriginal language. Now in its 18th year, the Yabun Festival is organised by Gadigal Information Service and has grown to become the biggest one-day celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Read More

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Eora Centre Community Day 2019

Come along to the Eora Centre Community Day on Wednesday 23rd January 2019, from 10am to 2pm. Live music, free BBQ, art workshops, course Information and college tours. When: Wednesday 23rd January 2019 10am-2pm Where: TAFE NSW Eora Centre, 333 Read More

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Dubboo - life of a songman

David Page was the musical heartbeat of Bangarra Dance Theatre. In 27 original scores for the company, he reinvented the art of the soundtrack to encompass traditional language, song and instruments with the sounds of electronica, hip-hop, classical and the natural Read More

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Talking Deadly with Hayden Walsh

In this talk centered around Indigenous culture and youth engagement, Hayden Walsh will explore the gaps missing in the museum and education space and what cultural institutions are capable of when they think outside the box. When: Wednesday, 28 November Read More

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NAISDA: Storyplace

NAISDA Dance College presents the next generation of Indigenous dancers and choreographers at Carriageworks in the production StoryPlace. Directed by Frances Rings and featuring new works by former Bangarra senior dancer Deborah Brown, leading Māori choreographer, dancer and video artist Louise Read More

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Sydney Elders

Sydney Elders: Continuing Aboriginal Stories is a free exhibition until 13 October 2019. The State Library of NSW is excited to present this new project by Wiradjuri/Kamilaroi artist Jonathan Jones, who has collaborated with four Sydney elders — Uncle Chicka, Read More

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