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Blekbala Mujik 20 years of great hits

Arts Blekbala MujikBlekbala Mujik, one of our most influential Aboriginal rock bands, brought their message of reconciliation to an Australian audience in the 1990's, an audience just beginning to take an interest in Aboriginal culture and art.

Their live shows incorporated the modern as well as the traditional, with the latest pyro-technics accompanying ancient dance and dreamtime storytelling. Blekbala...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 October 2014 08:07

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Arts & culture hit the city

Arts-UMI ArtsUMI Arts got into the local spirit during the 2014 Cairns Festival with a range of events and activities. Beginning on Saturday 30 August, for the duration of the Festival, UMI Arts showcased Indigenous arts and crafts with a pop-up shop, Indigenous markets and curated exhibition.

Beginning at home, UMI Arts currently has on show, its annual Freshwater Saltwater curated exhibition. Showcasing works...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 September 2014 05:53

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