NAISDA Dance College and Carriageworks present your Skin my Skin directed by renowned Indigenous Choreographer and Bangarra Artist in Residence Frances Rings.
From September 10 to 26 the theatres, pubs and public spaces of the inner west will play host to 280 events by 3000+ artists as part of the inaugural Sydney Fringe.
If you like to take risks, support the subversive or be in the know for T, don’t miss your chance to get tickets for the inaugural Sydney Fringe from from September 10 to 26, 2010.
The 2010 Message Sticks Indigenous Film Festival will showcase a unique selection of exciting and new Indigenous films (free) in ten venues around Australia.
The Three Trees Project: Gujarla (the other side), an initiative of the Michael Leslie Foundation for the Performing Arts, is a Pilbara based community storytelling event dealing with the social history of Roebourne.
After some months of preliminary discussions the QBE Sydney Swans are delighted to announce that it will enter into a new partnership arrangement with Bangarra Dance Theatre — The Cousins Program.
Sing Sing an extraordinary, not-to-be-missed concert featuring stirring Indigenous song, dance and film from some of the Pacific’s leading performers — another highlight of the Message Sticks Indigenous Arts program.