Author: Edwin Lynch

 

Six Seasons Concert – 9th November

Hello Family and Friends If you are looking for something to do this Friday night 9th November at 7.30pm – Come to the’ Six Seasons Concert’ – at ‘Don Russell Performing Arts Centre’ Gosnells Tickets will be sold at the door or online (as per details on flier below) Come along and support these incredibly […]

Interview with Author, Alton Walley

An Audio Interview with Alton Walley The Chunyart is Anton’s traditional totem animal. Chunyart’s are more commonly known in WA as the Twenty-eight Parrot. The book was inspired by training work Alton did at King’s Park for the WA Tourism Commission. They created a trail / walk for the park. One walk is 4-5kms and […]

Aboriginal Women’s Leadership Initiative

Yorga Djenna Bidi An immersive and collaborative course for Aboriginal Women Build your leadership skills. Become a more inspirational, confident and effective leader. Unfortunately, the 2017 course has finished but we invite you to express your interest in the 2018 Signature Leadership Program, by contacting nicky.grobler@leadershipwa.org.au You can also call us on (08) 9369 6777 […]
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Harmony Week Concert

Harmony Week Concert

This year the City of Belmont’s Harmony Week Concert will incorporate and acknowledge the national Close the Gap campaign which aims to close the health and life expectancy gap between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians within a generation. Details are as follows: Time: 3pm – 6pm Date: […]
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Home : A Production

Home : A Production

Gathering in one of Perth’s largest city parks, tens of thousands of people came to enjoy a celebration of West Australian talent last night, at the 2016 Perth International Arts Festival’s opening event. Big-event director Nigel Jamieson, who helped produce the Sydney Olympics opening ceremony, worked on the production with Noongar Elder and artist Richard […]
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Antonio Carluccio’s 6 Seasons

In one of the largest bio-diversity areas in the world, Carluccio learns about Australia’s indigenous history, spanning the culture, art and music of the land and, most importantly, the cuisine. He creates real Aussie food with an Italian twist, based on the six seasons of the Aboriginal calendar and the availability of native and foraged […]