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Bangarra Dance Theatre wants to inspire young ‘Blak’ Melbournians

arts-centre-workshop-2Bangarra Dance Theatre will return to Melbourne next month with the Australian premiere season of Blak, an exciting new, physically dynamic work by Artistic Director Stephen Page and choreographer/dancer Daniel Riley McKinley.

During the season, in the lead up to National Reconciliation Week, Bangarra will host a series of events to inspire and engage with Victoria's Aboriginal and...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 02 May 2013 09:32

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I do have a belief: revisiting the politics and art of Kevin Gilbert

IMG 7730Kevin Gilbert overcame significant personal tragedies to become the human rights defender, political fighter, activist, poet, playwright and the artist that he was.

Although not widely reported in the media or in public circles, there was a very loving and family side to Kevin. To many Kevin was an inspiration and a teacher, and is a much loved and dearly missed father. Kevin was a great role model and is a much...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 21 April 2013 06:43

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