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Pasifika Youth: Mount Druitt Press Conference is happening online on the 28 October at 6pm
Register your attendance and tune in to an insightful youth led discussion about the lived experiences and issues facing the young people.
It’s not one to miss out on. This event will touch on mental health, racism and the barriers experienced by Pacific youth and how as a community we can offer support.
Sharing information, ideas and resources to help Pacific communities in NSW through and beyond the pandemic…
Tropical Cyclone Yasa Relief Project for Fiji December 2020-January 2021 – Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
MC Trey hosted a mix of Fiji talent including Savuto, Ilisavani and Vly at the HSBC Sydney 7s Rugby Tournament. Bankwest stadium was alive with the sound of fresh Fijian and Aussie mix of music to a host of Music and sports fans at Bankwest Stadium. Big ups to Eyeland Style and the ARU crew. We look forward to 2021.
Exhibitions: Saturday 17 August – Sunday 13 October 2019
Opening: Saturday 17 August, 2pm – 4pm
Marama Dina is an exhibition borne of research and engagement: ongoing research led by The Veiqia Project that aims to reconnect iTaukei (Indigenous Fijian) women with traditional cultural practices; and inter-generational engagement developed through eight workshops over a 12-month period which began in 2018 at C-A-C. Featuring new commissions by 10 artists from Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand, the Marama Dina exhibition sees iTaukei women take over C-A-C to share the exploration of cultural rejuvenation and celebration with the wider community.
Artists include: Margaret Aull, Torika Bolatagici, Donita Vatuinaruku Hulme, Yasbelle Kerkow, Joana Monolagi, Dulcie Stewart, Salote Tawale, Luisa Tora, Emele Ugavule and MC Trey aka Thelma Thomas.
Artist Talk Sunday 18 August,11am – 1pm with Dr Tarisi Vunidilo and Marama Dina artists.
Looking forward to sharing my multimedia piece which combines music, video and street art.
On December 16, a few Sydney based creative, community and cultural organisations came together to give back to those less fortunate. From 4pm-7pm food, clothes, essentials and Chrissy presents were handed out to those present. Thank you to Leinara and all who contributed. #WOWProductionsPacifica #LethalParadise #SWAGFamily #AbilityLinks #MCTrey #DjLeo#AllStarEvents #MummaPhansCafe #TheShackCafe #Matavai #kinchellaBoysHome
Thelma Thomas aka MC Trey is an ex-Fiji resident whom resides in Sydney, Australia. She is an ARIA nominated hip-hop soul artists with over 15-year experience in the music industry. She is also an accomplished community leader whom has extensive experience providing creative and motivational workshops for young people in Australia and has volunteered in Fiji with Femlink Pacific and Youth Inc. Fiji.
Her recent video clip was filmed in Fiji to showcase the beauty of Fiji. The style of music is electronic hip-hop/ trap which is a contemporary sound. The song and the video provide a beautiful contrast of the urban and the island and talks of the nine to five that we all face but encourage us all to take a break…in Fiji perhaps? The locations include Uprising Fiji, The Pearl and the areas between Pacific Harbour and Momi Bay. This song and video also features the Fiji 7s team and aims to motivate listeners to strive for excellence, whilst also alluding to the effects of climate change in the Pacific.
The event is by Invitation only and will take place in Suva, Fiji in July 2017.
+ Presented by @TapastryCreative and Sponsored by @CornerstoneServicesFiji