Wominjeka Festival 2015
Thursday 15 January – Saturday 17 January 2015
“We sing up country, we dance up country, we ARE country.”
– Aunty Carolyn Briggs, Elder and Spokesperson Boon Wurrung, 2014
Presenting a rich and diverse program of art, music, performance food, markets and activities that deeply reflects Indigenous culture in Melbourne’s west, and Australia.
Click the following link to download a PDF of the program:
FCAC Wominjeka Festival 2015 Program
MAIN FESTIVAL DAY
Saturday 17 January, 12pm – 9pm at FCAC
Christine Anu In Concert, Presented by Maribyrnong City Council.
Saturday 17 January, 8pm, FREE.
TERRAIN, Presented by St Jerome’s Laneway Festival.
Showcasing Thelma Plum, Emma Donovan and the Putbacks and Lost Boys.
Saturday 17 January, 5pm, FREE
Little Wominjeka Klub – Official Wominjeka Festival After Party
Saturday 17 January, 9pm – 1am, Kindred Studios, Yarraville
$10 on the door / 18+ event
Ther-Happy, Exhibition & Performance by The Treaters.
EXHIBITION: 15 January – 24 February
PERFORMANCE: Saturday 17 January, 1pm, FREE
We Specializes in Authentic Aboriginal Art, Exhibition by Steven Rhall.
EXHIBITION: 15 January – 24 February 2015
Homelands, an interactive space for children inspired by learning, play, curiosity and discovery. Curated by Paola Balla.
Saturday 17 January, 12pm – 4pm, FREE
Mirrnong Minnies, Weaving Workshops with Bronwyn Razem.
Workshop One: Friday 16 January,10am – 4pm
Workshop Two: Saturday 17 January, 10am – 4pm
Tickets $70.00 per workshop (FREE for Indigenous participants). BOOK NOW.
As part of our Indigenous Cultural Program.
1. Illustration by Paola Balla; Design by Sweet Creative
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