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Living Language: Country, Culture, Community

Marking the UNESCO International Year of Indigenous Languages, the exhibition Living Language: Country, Culture, Community at the State Library of NSW builds on the Library’s historical collections with stories of resilience and achievement from communities throughout NSW. The exhibition celebrates Read More

SOUTHEAST Aboriginal Arts Market 2019

Curated by Hetti Perkins and Jonathan Jones, the SOUTHEAST Aboriginal Arts Market brings together artists and collectives from regional and coastal New South Wales, ACT, southern Victoria, the Murray basin catchment and Tasmania to showcase the cultural heritage of South-East Read More



Harbour Cruise: Aboriginal Perspectives of Sydney

This cruise takes visitors to Clark Island (Be-lang-le-wool), where you’ll learn about traditional fishing methods, food gathering techniques and enjoy a vibrant Aboriginal cultural performance. During the cruise, the Mari Nawi’s Aboriginal crew will share fascinating stories of Sydney Harbour’s Read More

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


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


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

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

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

gawura guruwin at Sculpture by the Sea 2018

107 Projects presents gawura guruwin, a collaboration between Artist Nicole Monks and Uncle Charles Madden, Gadigal Elder and Artist; Krissy Townsend and Teresa Gay. gawura guruwin celebrates the continuous connection of First Nations people to this land and its oceans. Read More

South East Aboriginal Arts Market 2018

Curated by Hetti Perkins and Jonathan Jones, the South East | Aboriginal Arts Market will showcase the cultural heritage of South-Eastern Aboriginal Australia. Featuring 27 stalls, the line-up is a mix of established and emerging creative collectives and independent artists, employing Read More

Guided Aboriginal cultural tour

Discover local bush food and their uses on this guided walk. Facilitator Careesa Kelly is a proud Gumbaynggiirr woman, living in the Illawarra. Caressa has a passion for educating the wider community about Aboriginal cultures and heritage, in particular sharing Read More

Boomalli Posters at State Library of NSW

The Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative was established in 1987 by a group of 10 urban Aboriginal artists in Sydney. After more than 30 years the cooperative continues to support contemporary Indigenous artists from throughout NSW, offering a gallery and venue Read More

Indigenous Science Experience

Come along to this interactive science event, held as part of the Sydney Science Festival and during National Science Week. Indigenous Science Experience is a celebration of Aboriginal and Western science, which highlights the relevance of science, technology, engineering and maths Read More

Site of Passage

Make time to come along to Customs House for Site of Passage, an exhibition that explores the journeys and experiences that make us who we are. This exhibition features the work of nine artists who have taken a personal voyage, Read More

NAIDOC Aboriginal Weaving Classes

Continue the NAIDOC Week celebrations by heading along to an Aboriginal weaving class at Centennial Park. Held on Saturdays over July, the classes give participants the chance to learn the crafts of weaving and basket making, which have been passed down from generation Read More

Measured Response

Come along to the National Art School to see some stunning examples of contemporary art presenting contemporary Aboriginal perspectives. Curated by Emily McDaniel, Measured Response features work from a range of artists, many combining bodily and spiritual practices of art-making. When: Read More

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NAIDOC in the City

NAIDOC stands for National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee. Its origins can be traced to the emergence of Aboriginal groups in the 1920s, which sought to increase awareness in the wider community of the status and treatment of Indigenous Read More

Klub Koori

To celebrate NAIDOC Week, come along to Klub Koori at Carriageworks for an evening with award-winning Electric Fields (duo Zaachariaha Fielding and Michael Ross). The music of Electric Fields ranges from soulful pop to epic-scale electronic works to intimate story-songs. This Read More

National Indigenous NAIDOC Art Fair

Make sure you find time to come along to the National Indigenous NAIDOC Art Fair. Hosted by the iconic Blak Markets, this event takes place over two days on the weekend before NAIDOC Week. The art fair features Aboriginal and Torres Read More

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Cultural Competence – Aboriginal Sydney

Take part in the University of Sydney’s free online course, Cultural Competence – Aboriginal Sydney. Offered as a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), this program gives you the opportunity to engage with people in Australia and around the world on important Read More

First Things First

As part of the Sydney Writers Festival, come along and hear distinguished panellists Stan Grant, Bruce Pascoe, Sandra Phillips, and Megan Davis at the panel discussion First Things First, as they discuss the need for Australia to listen and respond Read More

Walking in ancestors’ footprints

On this journey, you’ll be welcomed with a traditional ceremony that cleanses and wards off bad spirits. You’ll then be taken on a walk through stunning locations within the Centennial Parklands. Your experienced interpretive Indigenous guide will demonstrate traditional plant Read More

Gadi exhibition 2018

Come along to the Australian Museum to learn about Sydney’s Aboriginal language, how the land and its people got their names and discover more about an incredibly rich culture at the exhibition Gadi. Through a series of exhibitions, talks, workshops Read More

Art After Hours

This week, the Art Gallery of NSW is celebrating the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander collection on display. Join Wiradjuri artist Uncle Roy Kennedy to hear about how his artmaking practice has been informed by his memories of growing up Read More

Talking Deadly with Jack Beetson: From Cuba to Closing the Gap

Join Professor Jack Beetson for Talking Deadly: Indigenous Voices at the Library as he discusses how the Literacy for Life Foundation’s innovative adult literacy campaign is defying the odds in Aboriginal communities and delivering real change. Where: Metcalfe Auditorium, Ground Floor, Read More

Indigenous cultural respect workshop

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural respect workshop is an interactive, experiential learning opportunity to enhance understanding of Indigenous cultures. The session explores the diversity of Indigenous communities and how their histories relates to health and well-being, employment and Read More

Restoration of the 40,000 Years mural

Thirty-five years after it was first created, the much-loved 40,000 Years mural, opposite Redfern Train Station, is being conserved. The Redfern Station Community Group (RSCG), in collaboration with the local community, have worked for five years to ensure the conservation Read More

Yabun 2018

The Yabun Festival is a free event that takes place on 26 January at Victoria Park from 10am to 7pm. Yabun is the largest one day gathering of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures in Australia. Yabun celebrates the survival Read More

Culture Up Late: Ngalu Warrawi Marri (We Stand Strong)

Ngalu Warrawi Marri means ‘We stand strong’ in Gadigal. This event on Wednesday 24 January 2018, curated by First Nations staff, highlights and celebrates First Nations protest and resilience & interrogates the way Australia celebrates national identity. A provocation for Read More

Redfern Speech 25 years on

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Redfern Speech. On 10 December 1992, the launch of the International Year of the Word’s Indigenous People took place in Redfern Park. The most notable event of the day was the speech Read More

Gapu–Monuk Saltwater – Journey to Sea Country

The exhibition Gapu-Monuk Saltwater – Journey to Sea Country, recognising Indigenous Sea Rights, will be an acknowledgement of the significant and stunning story of the Yolŋu people of northeast Arnhem Land and their fight for recognition of Indigenous Sea Rights Read More

ONES COUNTRY

ONES COUNTRY – the spine of our stories is a brand-new triple bill, performed within the immersive, industrial surrounds of Carriageworks. These three diverse works bring together the choreographic talents of Bangarra dancers Elma Kris, Nicola Sabatino, Kaine Sultan-Babij, and Read More

Whale Festival 2017

Celebrate the annual Gawura (Eora word for whale) migration season with a day of interpretive stories and dance inspired by a series of distinctive engravings, carved thousands of years ago into the landscape around Vaucluse House. The Gawura migration signifies Read More

Koori collection at City libraries

Bujari gamarruwa means ‘good day’ in the Gadigal language. The City acknowledges the Gadigal or the Eora Nation as the traditional custodians of this place we now call Sydney. Did you know the word Koori comes from the Awabakal language Read More

Tree of Knowledge

Acclaimed Indigenous artist Christian Thompson brings song, spoken word, sculpture and video together in the performance Tree of Knowledge as part of the Liveworks Festival 2017. Dreams, memories and aspirations are transformed into surreal gestures. When: 19-22 October 2017 Where: Read More

Talking Deadly with Jodi Edwards

Join PhD Candidate Jodi Edwards for Talking Deadly: Indigenous Voices at the State Library of NSW as she discusses her fascinating research on the continuity of culture in the Yuin and Dharawal Nations in the areas of Language, Performance, Possum Read More

Sand Song at Barangaroo

Aimed at children 5-12 and their parents or carers, Sand Song tells the story of ‘Cheeky Brolga stealing Emu’s egg’, which is the Gammilleroi Dreaming story of the ‘First Sun’ – the first time the sun’s light shone on Australia. Read More

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NSW Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout 2017

Teams from all over New South Wales will be competing in the annual NSW Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout in Sydney from 29 September to 2 October 2017. This annual event has importance as a cultural vehicle and event for Aboriginal Read More

This is your black lIfe: Kodie Vs Colin

Have you ever been told you’re good looking for an Aboriginal? Have cab drivers driven straight past you? When you turn 40, do you qualify for elder status and free cups of tea? These are the hard-hitting questions Cope ST’s Read More

Blak Mirror at Sydney Contemporary 2017

107 and Blak Mirror Present, The Gilded Age. A collection of works by Contemporary Aboriginal artists reflecting on the underlying social and political nuances of today, gilded by a thin golden veneer. This multi disciplinary exhibition is complimented by a Read More

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Indigenous Voices: Who gave the words?

In this free illustrated talk as part of the Guringai Festival 2017, historian Keith Vincent Smith will look at Indigenous informants and cultural brokers from the Sydney area, including Bennelong, Patyegarang, Bungaree and Maroot the elder. Their legacy is a Read More

Living in Their Times

Living in Their Times is a free one-day event commemorating the 1967 Referendum and the legacy of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander activism that preceded and followed this landmark moment. Curated by Djon Mundine OAM and presented by UTS ART Read More

Black is the New White

Sydney Theatre Company and Allens present Black is the New White by Nakkiah Lui. Guess who’s coming to dinner? Charlotte Gibson is a lawyer on the up. She won a landmark Native Title case, she’s making her parents proud, she Read More

Count Us Together – images of the 1967 referendum

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the 1967 referendum when over 90% of Australians voted ‘yes’. This changed to constitution to remove a race clause that excluded Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from the census. It also shifted Read More

Pauline McLeod Awards 2017

To celebrate 2017 National Reconciliation Week (27 May to 3 June), the Pauline McLeod Awards come to Bondi Pavilion, marking the 50th anniversary of the 1967 referendum and 25th anniversary of the Mabo decision. Presented and supported by the Eastern Read More

Black Markets Welcome Festival

First Hand Solutions Aboriginal Corporation is holding its annual Aboriginal cultural welcome ceremony for refuges and newly arrived Australians at its Blak Markets on Bare Island on Sunday 7 May. Individuals and families who are new to Australia are invited Read More

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A History of Aboriginal Political Thought 2017

A History of Aboriginal Political Thought is a five week course taught by Paula Jane Byrne at WEA Sydney. The course concentrates on Aboriginal political perspectives since 1788. It deals with Aboriginal readings of the state and its role in people’s lives which at times Read More

Talking Deadly: Firesticks

‘Fire’ is known by many terms in many languages. Firesticks uses the term ‘cultural fire’ to describe the myriad ways fire occurs in cultural practice and belief. Cultural fire has spirit and authority and must be respected. The cultural values Read More

Songs of the Black Arm Band

For a decade, Black Arm Band has been sharing the music, songs and stories at the centre of Indigenous life, touching hearts and minds across the country and abroad. A collective of contemporary Aboriginal music pioneers and emerging greats who Read More

Songs of Home

For both Anmatyerr women from central Australia and Kam (in Chinese, Dong 侗) women from south-western China, singing is associated with feelings and thoughts about home. The Sydney Conservatorium of Music presents Songs of Home: Anmatyerr and Kam singing traditions, a Read More

Not An Animal Or A Plant

In this solo exhibition at the NAS Gallery, conceptual artist Vernon Ah Kee presents a thought-provoking portrait of black and white political issues, attitudes and ideologies. 2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the 1967 referendum in Australia, which amended the Read More

Home / On Country

Home / On Country is  an exhibition of works by Sydney-based photographer Sarah Rhodes featuring Indigenous Elders wearing their language group’s possum skin cloak. The images celebrate the role of the possum skin cloak in strengthening cultural identity, connection to Read More

Call for Nominations – Pauline McLeod Award 2017

The Pauline McLeod Awards celebrate and give recognition to community members who are “silent achievers” who work diligently in promoting Reconciliation through selfless acts. Nominations can be made in the Youth Award category (12 – 24), or the Open category. Read More

Yellamundie Playwriting Festival 2017

A chance for audiences to catch new and distinctive voices in Australian theatre, Yellamundie National First Peoples Playwriting Festival is the biennial showcase of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and international First Nations playwriting. Presented by Moogahlin Performing Arts and Read More

Yabun 2017

Yabun Festival is the largest one day celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures in Australia, held annually on 26th of January upon the traditional lands of the Gadigal people in Sydney. Established in 2001, Yabun (meaning ‘music to Read More

1967: Music in the key of Yes

In May 1967, as civil rights movements worldwide were at their peak, the referendum to remove passages in the Australian constitution which discriminated against Aboriginal people passed with a ‘Yes’ vote of over 90%. As we near the 50th anniversary Read More

Which Way Home

Tash and her Dad have hit the road – they’re going home to country, where the sky is higher and the world goes on forever. It’s a long way from the wide streets and big old houses of Tash’s childhood, Read More

Sydney Festival 2017: Bayala

Bayala means ‘speak’ in local language. It’s a sharing and celebration of the Indigenous heritage of Sydney and the growing movement to reawaken local language. Working with local Eora and Darug community leaders and language experts, classes, talks, an installation Read More


Naya Wa Yugali – We Dance

NAISDA and Carriageworks present Naya Wa Yugali – We Dance Workshops run by Carole Johnson in the Sydney suburbs of Glebe and Redfern in 1976 led to the formation of the Aboriginal Islander Dance Theatre (AIDT) and a school for Aboriginal dance that Read More

Black Arts Market at Carriageworks

Carriageworks present Black Arts Market Curated by Hetti Perkins and Jonathan Jones, the Black Arts Market will showcase the cultural heritage of South-Eastern Aboriginal Australia. The market place provides a unique opportunity to engage with artists and acquire new works. Read More

Circle of Cultures

NAISDA and Carriageworks present NAISDA Celebrates 40 Years: Circle of Cultures Celebrating NAISDA’s extraordinary contribution to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander contemporary choreography and dance. This season reflects NAISDA’s history and makes a statement of intention for the future. When: Read More

Spirit of things at Carriageworks

In this performance, Sprit of Things, Nardi Simpson, Kaleena Briggs, Lucy Simpson and Felix Cross create a work that breathes life into Indigenous cultural objects. When: 20-23 October 2016, 7.30pm & 29 October 2016, 2pm Where: Carriageworks, 245 Wilson Street, Read More

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WEA – A History of Aboriginal Political Thought

A History of Aboriginal Political Thought is a five week course taught by Paula Jane Byrne at WEA Sydney. The course concentrates on Aboriginal political perspectives since 1788. It deals with Aboriginal readings of the state and its role in people’s lives which at times Read More

Indigenous Design at ADC

Australian Design Centre is delighted to present an exhibition of work by Nicole Monks and Lucy Simpson, the two recipients of the Arts NSW Indigenous Design Mentorship 2016. The two designers have been working with Australian Design Centre and selected Read More

barrangal dyara (skin and bones)

For the 32nd Kaldor Public Art Project Wiradjuri/Kamilaroi artist Jonathan Jones presents barrangal dyara (skin and bones), a vast sculptural installation stretching across 20,000 square-metres of the Royal Botanic Gardens. The project recalls the 19th century Garden Palace building where Read More

2016 ArtsNSW History Fellowship

The 2016 ArtsNSW History Fellowship is offered by the State Government to a historian or a practitioner working with history to undertake a self-directed program of professional development. This program of professional development is to enable the acquisition or development of Read More

Darkness on the Edge of Town

This August, Artbank collaborates with West Australian curator Clothilde Bullen on an exhibition at Artbank in Sydney: Darkness on the Edge of Town. Drawing largely from Artbank’s significant collection of Indigenous Australian art, Clothilde’s curatorial narrative explores themes of racism, Read More

Call for scripts – Yellamundie

Moogahlin Performing Arts is looking for 6 new scripts from across the continent to be developed as part of the next Yellamundie National First Peoples Playwriting Festival in January 2017. Find out more and download the guidelines and application form Read More

Indigenous Science Experience @ Redfern

The Indigenous Science Experience @ Redfern is a celebration of Indigenous and Western science and Indigenous youth and Elder achievements.It will demonstrate the value of traditional and contemporary (customary) Indigenous knowledge in science and technology and the relevance of science Read More

Indigenous Sciences – A Symposium

The Indigenous Sciences Symposium, part of the Sydney Science Festival 2016, brings together Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander academics, theorists, researchers, designers, engineers, educators and students from across the community. It provides an important opportunity to shape future research and Read More

Spot Fire 3: Loss and resilience

The final in a series of three symposia, Spot Fire 3: Loss and resilience is a Kaldor Public Art Projects and Australian Museum event, curated by Ross Gibson, Centenary Professor of Creative and Cultural Research, University of Canberra, and Jonathan Read More

Aboriginal Astronomy – Star Mapping in the City

As part of the Festival of Urbanism, join Muruwari man Willy Stevens as we look to the stars to learn from Indigenous knowledge systems that understand, explain and predict nature.This is a free public talk, refreshments are provided. Register online Read More

Winyanboga Yurringa

Carriageworks and Moogahlin Performing Arts present Winyanboga Yurringa. Inspired by the iconic Women of the Sun, this new work, written and directed by Andrea James, draws from the life stories of Aboriginal women and their connection to country. When: 3-6 Read More

Klub Koori at Carriageworks

To celebrate NAIDOC Week, a line-up of Hip Hop artists including Sydney-based Nooky continue the Klub Koori tradition at Carriageworks. Klub Koori is presented by Carriageworks and Koori Radio 93.7FM. When: 7 July 2016 Where: Carriageworks, 245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh NSW Read More