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Yaluk-ut Indigenous Cultural Festival

Feb 01

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St Kilda’s O’Donnell gardens will hold the Indigenous cultural festival Yaluk-ut Weelam Ngargee next Saturday, February 1.

The event will feature a range of musical acts including local songwriter Kee’ahn, Coloured Stone, Key Hoo, and indigenous vocalist Emma Donovan.

Along with experiencing musical artists, festival-goers will also be able to take part in a range of activities such as dance workshops run by Indigenous hip-hop projects, cooking demos by Mabo Mabo, and a bush lovers’ workshop run by Aunty Bronwyn from Mirrnong Mini.

Activities will also include a workshop with Gamin Threads (pictured), a fashion label created by designer and Aboriginal family violence service volunteer, Tahnee.

Food and art stalls will also run the whole day.

THE DETAILS

O'Donnell Gardens, St Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria

2020-02-01 00:00:00 2020-02-01 00:00:00 Australia/Melbourne Yaluk-ut Indigenous Cultural Festival

St Kilda’s O’Donnell gardens will hold the Indigenous cultural festival Yaluk-ut Weelam Ngargee next Saturday, February 1.

The event will feature a range of musical acts including local songwriter Kee’ahn, Coloured Stone, Key Hoo, and indigenous vocalist Emma Donovan.

Along with experiencing musical artists, festival-goers will also be able to take part in a range of activities such as dance workshops run by Indigenous hip-hop projects, cooking demos by Mabo Mabo, and a bush lovers’ workshop run by Aunty Bronwyn from Mirrnong Mini.

Activities will also include a workshop with Gamin Threads (pictured), a fashion label created by designer and Aboriginal family violence service volunteer, Tahnee.

Food and art stalls will also run the whole day.

O'Donnell Gardens St Kilda Melbourne Victoria Fashion Journal lydiacopecrist@gmail.com
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