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Bangarra ... Blak on stage at the Sydney Opera House

Bangarra-Blak-Deborah-Brown-Photo-Greg-BarrettFollowing its acclaimed premiere season in Melbourne, Bangarra Dance Theatre's new work, Blak, has opened at the Sydney Opera House.

In Blak, Bangarra's acclaimed Artistic Director Stephen Page and dancer/choreographer Daniel Riley McKinley peel back the layers, crossing the worlds of old and modern, exposing our universal yearning for...

 

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Last Updated on Monday, 17 June 2013 07:36

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Wiradjuri country artists take a journey transferring their art from canvas to cloth

art-workshopSeven Indigenous artists with strong links to the Wiradjuri country of central western New South Wales attended a workshop in Melbourne recently experiencing the opportunity of a lifetime.

They were chosen from a high quality field of candidates to attend a custom designed textile training workshop at Kangan Institute's Textile and Fashion Hub at the Richmond campus.

The workshop is the result of a...

 

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Last Updated on Monday, 10 June 2013 10:45

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