November 12, 2014 Performing at the Oceania Festival at the National Maritime Museum as part of the Mua Voyage celebrations… highlighting the impact of climate change and encouraging people to people to care for their natural environment.
On November 10, 2011 we throw open the doors of Switch Digital Arts Centre for a special day of experimentation, conversation, entertainment and information-sharing. We want to activate the space in every way imaginable, and it’s only going to happen if you’re there to be a part of it!
Activities: Live performances, arts seminars, digital showcase, workshops, artfiles exhibition, Creative Hub resident meet & greet, live art, BBQ, audio experiments, red carpet reception and more! Featuring MC Trey, FYI meke crew, Swarmy, MC JT, Ndemic MC, Soul Benefits, DJ Zehrish and more
Where: 8 Victoria Rd, Parramatta, (Cnr Villiers St)
When: 4-8pm, 10 November
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org / 02 9897 5744
12 November 2011
When: Saturday 12 November 2011
Koori Radio 93.7FM presents Klub Koori at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre as part of the Niu Warrior program. This event pays homage to Aboriginal women warriors who continue the fight for recognition and equality.
Klub Koori line up: Nadeena Dixon, Evie J Willie and Ngaratya
As special guests Klub Koori also includes Pacific artists: Valma Tagaloa
Thelma Thomas a.k.a Mc Trey.
Come and support local artists and enjoy an evening of music from these talented women.
As part of the Niu Warrior exhibition curator Leo Tanoi will take Klub Koori attendees on a tour of the current exhibition at 5.30pm. Bookings: 9824 1121
PACIFIC UNITY FESTIVAL 2011
Saturday 19th November 2011 Lidcombe Oval, Church Street Auburn.
The Pacific Unity Festival is a gathering of Pacific communities and the general public in New South Wales– celebrating together the multi-cultural diversity of Australia. The main aims of the day are to raise awareness of Pacific communities, their businesses, sport and the support services that are made available to help the community.
The event format brings together sport (touch football and netball tournament), food, arts, community service stalls and live performances at a single venue. To make the day even better ENTRY IS FREE.
Pacific Unity welcomes all people irrespective of age, ability, gender, sexual orientation, religion, political view and country of origin. Promoting the services and networks of the Pacific community will benefit people from all different backgrounds. Celebrating together at the Pacific Unity Festival is a fun and effective way of achieving many positive outcomes.
Pacific Unity is a drug and alcohol free event