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YALUKIT WILLAM NGARGEE - MAIN MUSIC DAY
Wominjeka Willam Welcome Place Stage
Saturday 5th February
O'Donnell Gardens
Cnr Lower Esplanade & Acland Street

Kicking off the 2011 St Kilda Festival, Yalukit Willam Ngargee features local and interstate Indigenous musicians plus the world class Idja dance company performing new contemporary works, children's entertainment, the Koorie Night Markets and much much more...

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KOORIE NIGHT MARKETS


05 February 2011, ALL DAY
O'Donnell Gardens

Cnr Lower Esplanade & Acland St

FREE

The principal purposes of Koorie Night Market Inc are to function solely as a charitable non-profit corporation that operates for the public benefit to promote and advance throughout Victoria Indigenous visual arts, crafts, design and movable...


KIDS PROGRAM: YARN STRONG SISTA


05 February 2011, ALL DAY
O'Donnell Gardens

Cnr Lower Esplanade & Acland St

FREE

Children and adults will have the opportunity to take part in art experiences which include:
• Painting using ochre on paper / Storytelling using Symbols and animal tracks
• Indigenous necklace making using gum nuts, paper...


WELCOME TO COUNTRY


05 February 2011, 1:00 PM
O'Donnell Gardens

Cnr Lower Esplanade & Acland St

FREE

by Aunty Carolyn Briggs, Boonwurrung Elder.

Opening by City of Port Phillip Mayor, Cr Rachel Powning.

Womin Jeka mirambeekbeek.

Boonwurrung Nairm derp Borduprenuther willam.
Welcome to my country, the...


GUNUWARRA OPENING DANCE


05 February 2011, 1:10 PM
O'Donnell Gardens

Cnr Lower Esplanade & Acland St

FREE

A contemporary Boonwurrung Welcome dance based on the story of Lu'arn and the black swans, as told by Aunty Carolyn Briggs. A collaboration between Elders, professional artists and community performers.


THE GATHERING CHOIR


05 February 2011, 1:25 PM
O'Donnell Gardens

Cnr Lower Esplanade & Acland St

FREE

Formed in early 2010 The Gathering choir have performed at numerous festivals including the Rock Against Racism July 2010 at Trades Hall. The choir is made up for Indigenous and non-Indigenous members some of which have sung in the “Choir...


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