• Sand Song at Barangaroo Reserve Oct 3 – 8

    Discover the beauty of a Gammilleroi dreaming story with Sand Song. A mesmerising journey through Aboriginal dance, theatre and song. Workshops are available prior to each performance where kids will learn the Emu dance and make a take-home dream holder. Opens on Tuesday 3rd of October. Book Now

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  • Sculpture at Barangaroo returns in August


    Save the Date! August 5 – 20 – Sculpture at Barangaroo presented in partnership with the Barangaroo Delivery Authority and Sculpture by the Sea. Click here for more information  

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  • NAIDOC Week at Barangaroo 4 – 7 July

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    Break out of your usual lunch time routine and join some of Australia’s most celebrated Aboriginal artists in a series of workshops, talks, classes and short films to celebrate NAIDOC Week at Barangaroo. Spaces for the workshops and classes are limited, so book now to ensure your place.

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    Kulyu Collaborative

    The iconic Blak Markets returns to Sydney’s spectacular harbour headland park, Barangaroo Reserve on Sunday, 2 July for Sydney’s first national Indigenous contemporary art market. Taking place at the beginning of NAIDOC Week, the free event will bring together Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists from 11 remote arts centres from around Australia for a […]

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  • Blak Markets at Barangaroo Reserve

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    The iconic Blak Markets will return to Barangaroo Reserve, on Saturday, 11 March for a vibrant celebration of Aboriginal culture and an afternoon of market stalls, food, and free entertainment from 2:00pm to 8:00pm. More information please click here

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  • Vale David Page


    I was extremely saddened to hear of the passing of David Page.  David and I worked on a number of productions together and he was an extraordinarily talented actor, director, singer, dancer, musician and composer. David was integral to my journey into working with the Indigenous community.  We met while I was working on the Message […]

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  • Australian music a big feature for groundbreaking Four Winds Festival Bermagui

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    Easter 2016 (March 22nd- March 27th) The 2016 Four Winds Festival is ground-breaking: twenty five per cent of the music will be by Australian composers, in this its 25th year. The rather depressing average for most classically performing organisations in Australia in 2013 was below five per cent. Go to an Australian Country, Blues or […]

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  • Welcomes 4 Winds to JBMANDM


    We are delighted to be working with the 4 Winds in Bermagui (one of our favourite parts of the world!) to increase awareness of not only the Festival (in 2016) but for the numerous events they hold in their beautiful concert venues.  We will be increasing community engagement, niche marketing, communications, social media and cross promotions […]

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  • Two very different girls, one goal. One’s an artist, the other an athlete. One gay, the other straight. One white, the other black.

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    MEDIA RELEASE  – For Immediate release  PUNCH’N JUDY Ringside World Championship Boxing Tournament 28 July to 2 August 2014 We’re on the yellow brick road from Redfern to Kansas for a World Champ chick fight and film.  No fight, no story, no story, no glory – and it’s a great story!  Even if you don’t like boxing! […]

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  • Vale Gavin Jones

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    Overnight I was deeply saddened to hear of the death of one of my clients, Gavin Jones from GJC Vibe. Gavin worked tirelessly for the Indigenous community raising awareness of serious health issues, providing platforms for encouraging youth to excel in all areas and celebrating achievements with The Deadly Awards at The Sydney Opera House. […]

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