YIRRAMBOI on tour

2 February, 2018 in Feature

YIRRAMBOI on tour

Following its enormous success last year, the YIRRAMBOI First Nations Arts Festival is going on tour in February to exhibit its work at the prestigiou
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The History Salon

16 January, 2018 in Feature

The History Salon

A living encyclopaedia of Blak Arts in Australia   YIRRAMBOI presents The History Salon, in association with Midsumma Festival  ...
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YIRRAMBOI on the road

2 January, 2018 in Feature

YIRRAMBOI on the road

YIRRAMBOI will be travelling to Brisbane to attend the Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM) 19-23 February. APAM is Australia’s pre...
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Moonlight: Review by bryan Andy

16 May, 2017 in Reviews

Moonlight: Review by bryan Andy

Moonlight mends the problems of the past and reclaims them in a cinematic experience that is sophisticated, inspiring and relevant.  ...
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Emma Donovan & The Putbacks a tribute to Aunty Ruby Hunter: Review by Kerri-Lee Harding

16 May, 2017 in Reviews

Emma Donovan & The Putbacks a tribute to Aunty Ruby Hunter: Review by Kerri-Lee Harding

Emma Donovan and The Putbacks took to the stage at the Melbourne Arts Centre on Friday evening to pay respect and celebrate the life a...
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BARRING YANABUL: Review by Monique Grbec

14 May, 2017 in Reviews

BARRING YANABUL: Review by Monique Grbec

Celebrating Power and Diversity BARRING YANABUL – We All Walk the Path was massive! Thirty-eight First Nations Peoples’ events throug...
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Let Love Rule: Review by Davey Thompson

14 May, 2017 in Reviews

Let Love Rule: Review by Davey Thompson

Uncle Archie Roach is regarded as a national treasure. His music has inspired, healed, and united people.  Let Love Rule is a beautifull...
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Violence of Denial: Review by Angelina Hurley

14 May, 2017 in Reviews

Violence of Denial: Review by Angelina Hurley

‘Granddad shot a racist’ – was the intriguing introduction to just one of the stories that has artist Dianne Jones obse...
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A Call to Dance: Review by Monique Grbec

11 May, 2017 in Reviews

A Call to Dance: Review by Monique Grbec

What moves you? How do you move? These are the underlying questions dancer, choreographer, and activist Amrita Hepi is asking when she in...
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RECENTRE; Sisters: Review by Timmah Ball

11 May, 2017 in Reviews

RECENTRE; Sisters: Review by Timmah Ball

Kimberly Moulton’s essay Sovereign art and the colonial canon; Are we lost until we are found, which accompanies the ground-break...
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