Babe and Kweer Kat
Local artists Brook Andrew and Rea
draw upon their own histories to make an exhibition which takes as its
starting point identities in conflict.
February 12 - March 7
Gitte Weise Gallery
Level 2, 94 Oxford St, Darlinghurst
coverage of Blak Babe and Kweer Kat
Sidewalk coverage of Black Babe and Kweer Kat
featured welcome by Wendy Brady, Sydney
Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras Board member and a member of the Wiradjuri
Aboriginal nation, and didgeridoo played by Greg Fleck. The Netcast has
been taken down but we hope to include footage of Wendy from the Launch
featured coverage of Queers for reconciliation's float and some great
commentary including the story of the Goanna. The Netcast has been taken
down but we hope to include footage featuring our float soon.
Produced by Raymond Blanco, Artistic
Director, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Dance Theatre. Victoria
Park was once a Koori corroboree site - we're reclaiming it as a space
for all of our tribes.
Victoria Park Pool
Victoria Park, Parramatta Rd, Darlington
Sydney's leading indigenous art gallery
gathers four indigenous gay and lesbian artists, ranging across a variety
of styles, for this group show.
Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Cooperative
27 Abercrombie St, Chippendale
coverage of Black Roots
Sidewalk coverage of Black Roots