EVENTS: PACIFICA FESTIVAL: TALANOA
10 Nov 2018 | 12.30pm - 6.00pm
A unique forum as part of the WAYFINDERS Exhibition to expand the conversations around climate change impacts in the Oceania region. Talanoa, with a panel led by Seini Taumoepeau, with Pacific Creatives and Cultural workers sharing thoughts, ideas and vision for the region and communities.
Talanoa/Forum: Conversations about Climate Change
The panel will be moderated by Seini F Taumoepeau
The Wayfinders exhibition at Casula Powerhouse Arts centre (11 October- 12 November 2018) is part of the Oceania Rising Project with Australian Museum and Blacktown Arts.
Artists: Adriana Lear, Amrita Hepi, Seinileva Huakua, Donita Hulme, Victoria Hunt, Robert Jahnke, Yasbelle Kerkow, Erna Lilje and Weave Parramatta, Greg Semu, Talia Smith, Salote Tawale, Angela Tiatia
Weave Parramatta will also be continuing with the community art installation- join in and add your woven fish-Saturday 10 November 3pm-8pm.
Prior to the forum from 12.30pm -1pm -there will be a reading in the theatre of a new iteration of From Malapo To Miller written by Winnie Siulolovao Dunn
After the forum from 3.30pm-6pm - there will be a performance by Victoria hunt in the Hopper Gallery
Pasifica Festival – is from 3.30pm-9pm
Wayfinders Exhibition- 9am- 9pm
From Malapo to Miller will be presented as part of Pacifica Festival: Talanoa. From Malapo to Miller will be directed by Emele Ugavule and will feature Taofia Pelesasa as Sione and Didi de Graaf as Si’I. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your attendance to this event. 12:30-1pm.
Performance by Victoria Hunt. Hopper Gallery 3:30-6pm.
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EVENTS: ASYIK CASULA INDONESIAN CULTURAL DAY
10 Feb 2019
10.30am - 3.00pm
The ASYIK Cultural Day includes activities for all ages, including art workshops, puppet-making activities, dance workshops led by Suara Indonesia Dance Group and community dance performances.