Join the Australian Museum in this rare opportunity, be guided by artists from the Ghost Net Collective, and learn to weave using recycled materials discarded in our ocean, as you work collaboratively with other participants and facilitators to help create a large-scale woven artwork in the peaceful surroundings of the Australian Museaum.
Suitable for beginners and experts alike.
Time and When:
12 November: 2pm-4.30pm
13 November, 3 and 4 December, 14 and 15 January: 10.30am-1pm and 2pm-4.30pm
LG, Patricia McDonald Education Rooms
$100 Adult Members, $125 Adult Non-Members, $112.50 Concession
Join LIMINAL NEXUS COLLECTIVE at their exhibition opening from 10am – 4pm and their workshops from 6pm – 8pm.
When: 30th Nov – 4th Dec
Where: 30th Nov – 4th Dec
Time: Exhibition opening 10am – 4pm, Workshops beginning 6pm – 8pm
NSAUS is excited to be partnering with the North Sydney Community Centre to offer you the chance to hear and meet Eddie Synot. Eddie is a Wamba Wamba First Nations lawyer and researcher and will be speaking and answering your questions about the Uluru Statement on 2 December at North Sydney Community Centre, at 10am. Many will know his appearances on The Drum, Insiders and many other current affairs shows.
Sutherland Shire Reconciliation invites you to an inaugural picnic on the 4th of December, this event is for First Nations and non-Indigenous people. Wear bright colours and rsvp email@example.com for catering.
When: 4th of December 2022
Where: Burnum Burnum Sanctuary
Time: from 11am
Wear bright colours and remember to RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org for catering.
You’re invited to partake in a two-day cultural festival, showcasing the best in First Nation’s art, music, storytelling, dance and culture.
On February 17th & 18th 2023, bear witness to two unique days of arts, culture and music festival.
Held at Warangesda Mission, 8192 Kidman Way, Darlington Point NSW.
Warangesa will offer endless entertainment, opportunities to learn and hands-on activities for those who are eager to immerse themselves further into Indigenous history, culture and present.
With food trucks and workshops, Warangesda will bring audiences from near and far into a remote location rich with history, that encourages, inspires and uplifts.
The star of the show will be evening one, as we invite you to partake in a once-in-a-lifetime experience by witnessing a theatre production, under the stars. Warangesda the production will feature performances by Philly, Tahalianna Soward-Mahanga, Zipporah Mary Corser and Damien Thorn.
Each day will entail something different, with an extensive list of activities including music, dance and entertainment. Take home something unique with our market stalls, Indigenous makers will be in abundance with goods for you to treasure or gift. Food will also be in abundance, with cuisines from the bush and across the world.
A dedicated youth space and discussion panels will occur over both days, further creating ways for participants to challenge themselves with unique perspectives from esteemed panellists and guest speakers.
Warangesda will leave audiences with a wealth of knowledge, an experience to share and hopefully, new connections.