Jun
23
Wed
2021
Dyarubbin Exhibition – Cultural knowledge and history of the Hawkesbury River @ State Library NSW Exhibition Galleries
Jun 23 2021 @ 9:00 am – Mar 13 2022 @ 8:00 pm

Dyarubbin, the Hawkesbury river, begins at the confluence of the Grose and Nepean rivers and ends at Broken Bay. In this exhibition, Darug knowledge-holders, artists and educators Leanne Watson, Jasmine Seymour, Erin Wilkins and Rhiannon Wright share their culture and stories of special sites along Dyarubbin as shared custodians of this beautiful and haunting place.

A free exhibition that will be held until March 13, 2022, at the Exhibition Galleries at the State Library NSW.

For more information, see here

Oct
11
Mon
2021
Pintupi Artists Exhibition @ The Purple House
Oct 11 2021 @ 9:00 am – Feb 27 2022 @ 5:00 pm

The Purple House presents …

“A celebration of leading Pintupi artists and their enduring legacy”

 

Jan
25
Tue
2022
Winhangadurinya: Aboriginal Meditation @ Australian Museum
Jan 25 @ 10:30 am – 1:00 pm

Winhangadurinya is a Wiradyuri word for meditation, deep listening, knowing, reflecting.

This unique workshop offers both an authentic and heartfelt introduction to First Nations culture and a chance to take time out in a hectic world.

Sit with us a while and be refreshed. Let our connection to ancient ancestral knowledge guide you in developing a deeper connection to your inner self and the oneness of all that is here in this world.

This workshop is mainly designed for adults. Children over 12 years old who can sit still and quiet for long periods are also welcome.

Facilitated by Milan Dhiiyaan.

Where? The Australian Museum

When? The workshops take plan on:

  • Saturday 22 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Sunday 23 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Wednesday 26 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Saturday 29 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Sunday 30 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm

Cost: $96 for members, $120 for non-members, $108 concession

Jan
26
Wed
2022
Ride the Northern Beaches 2022 – Aboriginal Support Group: Manly Warringah Pittwater @ Manly
Jan 26 all-day

Ride the Northern Beaches Kay-ye-my (Manly) to Garigal (Church Point) Acknowledging Aboriginal Country, organised by Aboriginal Support Group: Manly Warringah Pittwater.

Its just over 4 months to go – are you ready for the family friendly bike ride where we ride with Aboriginal Peoples?

A small gesture where we pay our respects to Aborig- inal People’s past, present and future and stand with Aboriginal peoples in the hope that all Australians can unite and walk together as one on Aboriginal land.

See you on 26 January 2022 and we will publish more details about the rides new route as the day gets closer.

Yabun Festival @ Victoria Park, Sydney
Jan 26 all-day

Yabun Festival is an annual celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures held on the 26th of January in Sydney at Victoria Park. The 2022 Yabun festival is celebrating 20 years of Yabun. Held on Gadigal land of the Eora nation, this year’s 20th anniversary is set to be a special one, thriving with First Nations music, stalls and businesses, cultural performances, panel discussions and arts. And it’s free!

Reconciliation NSW will be holding a stall, so come and say hello.

Awabakal and Woirimi Country / Newcastle. Day of Mourning @ Foreshaw Park
Jan 26 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Awabakal and Woirimi Country / Newcastle

10:00am Day of Mourning. Hosted by Justice Aunties

Foreshore Park, Wharf Road, Newcastle East

https://www.facebook.com/events/s/day-of-mourning-newcastle-janu/3078361192426693/

Blue Mountains Celebration of the Survival of Aboriginal Culture & History @ Katoomba & Leura Community Centre
Jan 26 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Blue Mountains Aboriginal Culture and Resource Centre

presents

“A Celebration of the Survival of Aboriginal Culture & History”

Katoomba & Leura Community Centre

10am-3pm

https://www.facebook.com/BlueMountainsReconciliation.

 

Invasion Day – Survival Day – Day of Mourning March @ Sydney Town Hall
Jan 26 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

10:00am Invasion Day – Survival Day – Day of Mourning March.

Sydney Town Hall 83 George St, Sydney NSW 2000

https://www.facebook.com/events/977635449508259

Unsettled Film Series:”Looky Looky Here Comes Cooky” @Australian Museum Theatre
Jan 26 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

A funny and fresh look at the story of Cook from a First Nations’ perspective.  Join this free film screening featuring an outstanding cast of Indigenous singer/songwriters.

This 26 January, experience the first movie in our free Unsettled Film Series. Presented by the cheeky and heartfelt poet and performer Steven Oliver, Looky Looky Here Comes Cooky explores connection to Country, resistance and survival.

A songline for 21st century Australia – this musical documentary is a funny and fresh look at the story of Cook from a First Nations’ perspective.

The film features an outstanding cast of Indigenous singer-songwriters, including Mo’Ju, Alice Skye, Kev Carmody, Birdz, Fred Leone and Mau Power, and music producer Daniel Rankine P.K.A. Trials (founding member of AB Original).

Known for their powerful music, this diverse group of artists perform original songs – both in First Languages and English – that speak directly to the past and future of Australia, asking does Australia have a blurred history of Cook?

Rated M

Age recommendation: 15+

 

Winhangadurinya: Aboriginal Meditation @ Australian Museum
Jan 26 @ 10:30 am – 1:00 pm

Winhangadurinya is a Wiradyuri word for meditation, deep listening, knowing, reflecting.

This unique workshop offers both an authentic and heartfelt introduction to First Nations culture and a chance to take time out in a hectic world.

Sit with us a while and be refreshed. Let our connection to ancient ancestral knowledge guide you in developing a deeper connection to your inner self and the oneness of all that is here in this world.

This workshop is mainly designed for adults. Children over 12 years old who can sit still and quiet for long periods are also welcome.

Facilitated by Milan Dhiiyaan.

Where? The Australian Museum

When? The workshops take plan on:

  • Saturday 22 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Sunday 23 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Wednesday 26 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Saturday 29 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Sunday 30 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm

Cost: $96 for members, $120 for non-members, $108 concession

Unsettled film series: “High Ground” Free @Australian Museum Theatre
Jan 26 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Set against the stunning landscapes of 1930s Arnhem Land this free film screening chronicles the quest of a young Aboriginal man to save the last of his family.

Starring Jacob Junior Nayinggul and Simon Baker, High Ground, the second movie in the free Unsettled Film Series tells the story of Gutjuk, who teams up with ex-soldier Travis to track down his uncle Baywara – known as the most dangerous warrior in the Territory.

As the pair journey through the outback they begin to earn each other’s trust, but as the truth about Travis’ past emerges, it is he who becomes the hunted.

Uncovering a violent chapter of this nation’s history, this powerful film explores police brutality and the devastation experienced under colonisation.

Rated MA15+

Event entry is free, registrations are a must.

Wiradjuri Country / Griffith. Survival Day 2022.
Jan 26 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Wiradjuri Country / Griffith

12:00pm Survival Day 2022.

Hosted by the Griffith Local Aboriginal Land Council

5 Wayeela St, Griffith NSW 2680

https://www.facebook.com/events/505759681127925

‘Yarning about Racism’ Reconciliation Queensland @online event
Jan 26 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

‘Yarning about Racism’

What racism feels like and what we can do to change it

You are invited to join Mamu Kuku Yalanji woman Rona Scherer
and early childhood researcher
Dr Melinda Miller for a virtual Yarning Circle to move beyond racism and towards reconciliation.

Part of the event will be a group discussion on the topic:
‘What can WE do to deal with racism?’

WHEN: Wednesday, 26th January 2022, from 2.00 pm to 3.30 pm
WHERE: ZOOM Webinar Meeting Online

JOIN US ONLINE: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2764425144
Dial-in: 07 3185 3730  | Meeting ID: 276 442 5144

We do appreciate your RSVP response to help us deliver the event.

This is a Queensland-wide online event, so despite geographic distance ‘on the ground,’
you are able to join us digitally using the free Zoom platform.

Unsettled film series: “Sweet Country” Free @Australian Museum Theatre
Jan 26 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Based on a series of true events, this free film screening follows the story of an Aboriginal farmhand who goes on the run after shooting a white man in self-defence.

Inspired by real events, the final screening in the free Unsettled Film Series is the AAACTA Best Film Award winning drama, Sweet Country. The film follows the story of Sam, a middle-aged Aboriginal farmhand, after his life takes a dramatic turn following a violent and fatal altercation with a white station owner.

Set in 1929 in the sparsely populated outback of the Northern Territory, Sweet Country follows Sam and his wife Lizzie as they are forced to flee into the outback, navigating glorious but harsh desert country. The couple are relentlessly pursued by a posse of landowners, led by the local lawman Sergeant Fletcher and aided by an Aboriginal tracker, Archie.

Following a tumultuous race through the bush, the film culminates in Sam’s murder trial where the true details of the killing begin to surface and the community finally questions whether justice is really being served.

Rated MA15+

Event entry is free, registrations are a must.

Jan
27
Thu
2022
Winhangadurinya: Aboriginal Meditation @ Australian Museum
Jan 27 @ 10:30 am – 1:00 pm

Winhangadurinya is a Wiradyuri word for meditation, deep listening, knowing, reflecting.

This unique workshop offers both an authentic and heartfelt introduction to First Nations culture and a chance to take time out in a hectic world.

Sit with us a while and be refreshed. Let our connection to ancient ancestral knowledge guide you in developing a deeper connection to your inner self and the oneness of all that is here in this world.

This workshop is mainly designed for adults. Children over 12 years old who can sit still and quiet for long periods are also welcome.

Facilitated by Milan Dhiiyaan.

Where? The Australian Museum

When? The workshops take plan on:

  • Saturday 22 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Sunday 23 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Wednesday 26 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Saturday 29 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Sunday 30 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm

Cost: $96 for members, $120 for non-members, $108 concession

Ngalu Warrawi Marri (We Stand Strong) @ Australian Museum
Jan 27 @ 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm

A free after-hours event of live music, talks, workshops, tours and performances celebrating the continued resistance and ongoing resilience of First Nations Peoples.

This popular up late event returns, featuring an outstanding line-up of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, performers and activists.

Experience live music, spoken word, hands-on workshops, artwork projections, talks and panel discussions that will respond to Survival Day and interrogate the way we celebrate national identity. Marking the 50-year anniversary of the Aboriginal Tent Embassy, performers and guests alike are invited to reflect on this history and the continuing legacy of strength and survival.

Don’t miss this exclusive last chance to visit the award-winning Unsettled exhibition after-hours before it closes to the public. Based on rigorous research, Unsettled is a First Nations-led and informed exhibition that uncovers the untold histories behind this nation’s foundation story. As part of this special event, free exhibition tours will be running throughout the night. This is a limited offer – book now below to secure your spot!

Where? Australian Museum

When? January 27, 5:30pm – 9:00pm

Register here

Jan
28
Fri
2022
Winhangadurinya: Aboriginal Meditation @ Australian Museum
Jan 28 @ 10:30 am – 1:00 pm

Winhangadurinya is a Wiradyuri word for meditation, deep listening, knowing, reflecting.

This unique workshop offers both an authentic and heartfelt introduction to First Nations culture and a chance to take time out in a hectic world.

Sit with us a while and be refreshed. Let our connection to ancient ancestral knowledge guide you in developing a deeper connection to your inner self and the oneness of all that is here in this world.

This workshop is mainly designed for adults. Children over 12 years old who can sit still and quiet for long periods are also welcome.

Facilitated by Milan Dhiiyaan.

Where? The Australian Museum

When? The workshops take plan on:

  • Saturday 22 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Sunday 23 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Wednesday 26 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Saturday 29 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Sunday 30 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm

Cost: $96 for members, $120 for non-members, $108 concession

Jan
29
Sat
2022
Winhangadurinya: Aboriginal Meditation @ Australian Museum
Jan 29 @ 10:30 am – 1:00 pm

Winhangadurinya is a Wiradyuri word for meditation, deep listening, knowing, reflecting.

This unique workshop offers both an authentic and heartfelt introduction to First Nations culture and a chance to take time out in a hectic world.

Sit with us a while and be refreshed. Let our connection to ancient ancestral knowledge guide you in developing a deeper connection to your inner self and the oneness of all that is here in this world.

This workshop is mainly designed for adults. Children over 12 years old who can sit still and quiet for long periods are also welcome.

Facilitated by Milan Dhiiyaan.

Where? The Australian Museum

When? The workshops take plan on:

  • Saturday 22 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Sunday 23 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Wednesday 26 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Saturday 29 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Sunday 30 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm

Cost: $96 for members, $120 for non-members, $108 concession

Jan
30
Sun
2022
Winhangadurinya: Aboriginal Meditation @ Australian Museum
Jan 30 @ 10:30 am – 1:00 pm

Winhangadurinya is a Wiradyuri word for meditation, deep listening, knowing, reflecting.

This unique workshop offers both an authentic and heartfelt introduction to First Nations culture and a chance to take time out in a hectic world.

Sit with us a while and be refreshed. Let our connection to ancient ancestral knowledge guide you in developing a deeper connection to your inner self and the oneness of all that is here in this world.

This workshop is mainly designed for adults. Children over 12 years old who can sit still and quiet for long periods are also welcome.

Facilitated by Milan Dhiiyaan.

Where? The Australian Museum

When? The workshops take plan on:

  • Saturday 22 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Sunday 23 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Wednesday 26 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Saturday 29 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Sunday 30 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm

Cost: $96 for members, $120 for non-members, $108 concession

Feb
5
Sat
2022
ANTaR Inner West event – 234th Anniversary of “The Breakfast” on 5 February 1788 @Wangal Reserve, Hilly Street, Mortlake
Feb 5 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

You are invited to join with likeminded people to mark the 234th Anniversary of the meeting of Wangal people with the English at Wangal Reserve on the shores of Burramattagal (Parramatta River) at Booridiow-o-gule (Mortlake).

Please let us know if you can attend (so we can ensure that you get a breakfast!)

ANTaR Inner West

pandelucas@bigpond.com (Peter)

0488 464 339 (Anna)

Feb
26
Sat
2022
Barangaroo Artisan Market @ International Towers, Barangaroo
Feb 26 @ 10:30 am – 4:30 pm

When it comes to things to do in Barangaroo, you can’t beat the cultural treat of the Artisan Market

Do yourself a favour, add this to your calendar now. The Barangaroo Artisan Market is bringing you up to 50 enthralling stalls, delightful live music to make you smile,  ceramics, prints, homewares, jewellery and of course, the amazing food choices that are on offer at Barangaroo – 9th Oct from 10.30am.

Wander the aisles of ceramics, prints, homewares, jewellery and more, all the while enjoying delicious food, tapping your feet, taking in Sydney harbour, and supporting your local business community… we can’t think of a better reason to spend your Saturday at Barangaroo.

The Barangaroo Artisan Market is a proud collaboration between International Towers, the City of Sydney, The Streets of Barangaroo, One International Towers and Infrastructure NSW.

Look out for further details about market stalls and the program of events.

Come and see what all the fuss is about.

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