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July 2017
All Day
@ Unnamed Venue

Common Ground 2017

What is Common Ground? Connect with other young people (15 years and over) from diverse cultures and faiths to create new expressions in spoken word poetry. Previous experience not required. In it’s fifth year, Common Ground will be running it’s free spoken word workshop series in the City of Whittlesea, City of Brimbank and Greater Shepparton. Online expression of interest essential, email sukhjit@multiculturalarts.com.au or phone: 9188 368 To Book: Thomastown https://www.trybooking.com/book/sessions?eid=285871&ses=841355 St Albans https://www.trybooking.com/book/sessions?eid=285871&ses=842873 Shepparton: https://www.trybooking.com/book/sessions?eid=285871&ses=842886&bof=1 Previous program (video): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7R8AJbkSOw&t=2s   City of Whittlesea:…

October 2017
All Day
@ State Theatre Centre Perth WA
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Spoken Word Poetry Helps Us to Find Common Ground

Multicultural Arts Victoria in partnership with Community Arts Network and with support from Propel Youth Arts is proud to present Common Ground – a multilingual, multi faith spoken word workshop series in Perth. Common Ground was established by Multicultural Arts Victoria 4 years ago to build connection and understanding between young people of diverse faiths and cultures. FREE workshops Facilitator: Abdul Hammoud and Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa Date:  Monday 2nd to Friday 6th of October Public poetry performance: Saturday 7 October…

2.00 pm — 4.00 pm
@ Watsonia Library

Migration-Stories from Banyule Book Launch

MIGRATION-Stories from Banyule reveals fourteen personal journeys of migration by and about people originally from the Aeolian islands, England, the Greek islands, Italy, Malta, Slovenia and Poland who came to Australia by ship, disembarked at Port Melbourne, and now call Australia Home. This publication can be viewed as a vessel for transporting previously untold, unwritten and unheard family journeys. And while a great deal remains to be told, each story is significant, not simply because some of the Memory Keepers…

6.00 pm — 10.30 pm
@ St Kilda Town Hall

Multicultural Arts Victoria Gala Fundraiser

Multicultural Arts Victoria’s 2017 gala fundraiser will feature a selection of top musicians and artists from Multicultural Arts Victoria’s diverse program with live crowdfunding, silent auction, delicious cultural foods and storytelling. All funds raised will support our social enterprise Go For Broke supporting new opportunities for our talented artists and communities. Date: Thursday 19 October, 5.30pm (for 6pm start) Venue: St Kilda Town Hall, Main auditorium, Corner Brighton Rd and Carlisle St, St Kilda Tickets: $125 (individual) / $1,100 (table of ten)…

1.00 pm — 3.00 pm
@ MPavilion
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Melbourne Festival 2017 – Our Place, Our Home

Our Place, Our Home – a celebration of diversity The closing day of the 2017 Melbourne Festival this year will be a celebration of diversity with performances from emerging musicians from Australia’s refugee and Indigenous backgrounds – Our Place, Our Home. As Melbourne Festival’s special closing event for the second time, Our Place, Our Home will showcase multicultural exchange demonstrated through music and dance. For over 10 years Multicultural Arts Victoria’s State of Culture Music Program has launched the careers of…

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