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AWME 2014 Showcase programme announces more artists on the bill

Arts-TjintuFirst Nations artists Frank Yamma, The Bart Willoughby Band, Jimblah, Black Indie, Glenn Skuthorpe, Leah Flanagan, Radical Son, Emma Donovan (Declan Kelly Diesel & Dub) and Tjintu Desert Band have been announced on the bill for AWME 2014.

Held over four days and nights from 13th to 16th of November, the seventh instalment of internationally renowned and forward-thinking conference and showcase AWME, is...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 October 2014 18:10

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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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