Past Events

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West Writers: Further from the Sun

The winter solstice is often described as the shortest day of the year, or inversely, the longest night. To celebrate the solstice, FCAC and Emerging Writers Festival are hosting a party! Join us around the fire for a night of performance,…

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2017 SCRIBE Playwright-in-Residence Elaine Crombie discusses her latest performance work. An actor, singer, songwriter and writer, Elaine Crombie is a proud Pitanjtatjarra/Yunkantjatjarra/Warrigmai woman who grew up on Nukunu Country. The SCRIBE program recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander writers as the…

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Little Wominjeka Music Program

Culture, Power, Resilience Come witness the power of people to survive, overcome adversity and to maintain culture through sheer resilience with the country’s favourite rising Aboriginal and Torres Strait voices at this year’s Little Wominjeka music program. WHEN: Sunday 27 May, 12pm -…

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Yelmo-Garang

Yelmo-Garang is the Kulin word for ‘Nest’. Conceived by Kat Clarke and Kate ten Buuren from this mob, the exhibition invites you to experience a space where time ceases to exist. Whether you wish to just sit, read, share or create, we…

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Wominjeka Weaving Circle

Join Keerray Woorroong Family Clan Weavers for a weaving and yarning session using traditional techniques. Master Weaver Aunty Bronwyn Razem, Jarrah Bundle and Marlee Bundle lead this interactive workshop where participants learn to make bush toys, baskets and woven jewellery. WHEN: Sunday 27…

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FCAC and Moondani Balluk at VU present Black Screen

Join us for a series of films by Indigenous filmmakers exploring identity, resistance and sovereignty of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Films include: Carry The Flag, We Paint We Belong and Irene Ridgeway. Curated by filmmaker John Harvey of Brown…

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Which Way Home – ILBIJERRI Theatre Company

“Perfectly pitched between humour and pathos” - ★★★★ The Age “A warmly affirming window on Indigenous family life” – Sydney Morning Herald Tash and her Dad are going on a road trip. Home to country, where the sky is higher, and the…

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Wominjeka Festival 2018

Wominjeka Festival 2018 is curated by Footscray Community Art Centre’s Indigenous Advisory Group: N’arweet Carolyn Briggs, Uncle Larry Walsh, Aunty Annette Xiberras, Karen Jackson, Robert Bundle, Paola Balla, Vicki Couzens and Genevieve Grieves. Join us for a weekend of art, music, performance, film,…

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Blak to the Future

Take a step through a portal into an alternate reality: a future foretold by young Aboriginal people. They didn’t want to see us in their future - we had other plans. We’re still here and leading the way. Curated by Rosie…