The Department of Communications and the Arts is celebrating NAIDOC Week in NewActon with two lunch time performances and an after hours forum.
Tuesday 12:30 – Public Performance
Join Uncle Dale Huddleston and a young Aboriginal artist who will sing contemporary songs on the NAIDOC theme ‘Because of her we can’.
Tuesday 6pm – Forum-style event
Proud, Because of Her: A forum-style event for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and non-binary people within the LGBTI+ community to share their stories of personal growth, and their hope for the future. Book your ticket here.
Thursday 13:30 – Public Performance
Traditionally it is only the Aboriginal males who play the didgeridoo. Join Uncle Dale Huddleston as he plays the didgeridoo and be part of this unique experience.
When:Tuesday 10, Thursday 12 July
Where:Nishi Grand Stair, 2 Phillip Law Street, NewActon Nishi
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