SOUTH AUSTRALIA

24th January 2014

Aboriginal Family Support Services Inc. (AFSS) Community Wellbeing Team Free BBQ Lunch
The Aboriginal Community are invited to a free BBQ Lunch at the AFSS Christies Beach office. Feel free to bring friends and family!

Location
30 Taunton Parade
Christies Beach, South Australia 5165

When
From 12:00pm – 2:00pm on Friday 24th of January 2014

Guest Appearances
Auntie Leonie (Kaurna Elder) will conduct the welcome to country.
Allan Sumner will be playing the didgeridoo.

RSVP
Shaun Russell on 0417 877 292 prior to Friday the 17th of January 2014 for catering purposes.

Contact
For more information on this or other AFSS Community Wellbeing Programs please contact the Community Wellbeing Team by dropping in to 30 Taunton Parade Christies Beach or by calling 0408 582 178 or 0408 444 481.

Website http://www.afss.com.au/

Program funded by Australian Department of Social Services.

26th January 2014

Survival Day
An important date as we gather together to not only celebrate and commemorate the history of our people but to also acknowledge and strengthen the present and future of our culture.

Survival Day is a FREE EVENT that offers entertainment, presentations, information, workshops and much more to ensure that the community is strengthened and empowered with all that we come together and stand for.

Hosted by The National Aboriginal Cultural Institute Inc Tandanya and Kura Yerlo Inc and Give Up Smokes for Good campaign.

Survival Day 2014 will be held at a new location, Semaphore Foreshore.

Event Location
Semaphore Foreshore
Corner of The Esplanade & Semaphore Road
Semaphore, South Australia 5019

Survival Day starts at 12.30pm so bring the family along to enjoy a culture filled day!

Contact
Tandanya, National Aboriginal Cultural Institute Inc.
253 Grenfell Street
Adelaide, South Australia 5000

From within Australia
Phone: (08) 8224 3200
Fax: (08) 8224 3250

From outside of Australia
Phone: +61 8 8224 3200
Fax: +61 8 8224 3250

Email: tandanya@tandanya.com.au
Website: www.tandanya.com.au

13th February 2014

Anniversary of the Apology
6th Anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations: Recognising the Stolen

Event Details
Thursday 13th February 2014, 7:00am – 9:00am
Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide 5000

Reconciliation SA is pleased to welcome Ken Wyatt AM, MP as the Keynote speaker at the Annual Anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations Breakfast

Ken Wyatt AM MP, Member for Hasluck (WA), is the son of a member of the Stolen Generations and a champion of Constitutional Recognition. N.B. Mr Wyatt has indicated he would like to attend if he can get leave from Parliament.

The breakfast is held to honour the members of the Stolen Generations and continue to inform the non-Aboriginal community about their ongoing needs.

In keeping with the practice established in 2012, the breakfast will seek to have members of the Stolen Generations or their descendants involved. You can choose to invite people to your table or fund places so that their breakfast is sponsored.

Cost
$60.50 pp; tables of 10, $605
Individual Friends $50 pp; Corporate Friends $500 per table

RSVP
Essential by Friday 7 February 2014
Fill in the registration form available on the website and Contact Reconciliation SA to RSVP

Contact
Mark Waters
State Manager, Reconciliation SA
email: reconciliationsa@adam.com.au
phone: (08) 8463 6382

Reconciliation South Australia
GPO Box 11023
Adelaide, South Australia 5001

14 February – 16 March 2014

Janama Designs Presents 3 Ways
Exhibition by 3 Northern Territory Artists @ The National Aboriginal Cultural Institute Tandanya

A beautiful exhibition featuring Lateral Love™ Ambassador Eddie ‘Janama’ Kitching along with fellow Artists Norma Benger and May Rosas

Gallery Location
The National Aboriginal Cultural Institute Tandanya
253 Grenfell Street
Adelaide, South Australia 5000
Website: http://www.tandanya.com.au/

Contact
Eddie ‘Janama’ Kitching
Email: eddiekitching44@hotmail.com
Mobile: 0414 452 316

25th February – 26th April 2014

FOUR ROOMS
Curator Troy-Anthony Baylis

Like film, a work of visual art will often involve numerous creatives, sometimes explicitly acknowledged but generally not, who together contribute to the production of the work. Four Rooms takes its name from the 1995 anthology film where four narratives take place in four individual rooms, each story led by its own director, stitched together by a bellhop character.

Four Rooms is a multi-sensory exhibition comprising four individual ‘room environments’ produced by some of Australia’s leading Aboriginal artists. The artists have collaborated with other visual arts practitioners, filmmakers, designers and manufacturers. Each room features new work, drawing on video, objects, sound and lighting to articulate alter/native responses to themes of space, time, and authorship.

Room 1: Zane Saunders (QLD)
Room 2: Jenny Fraser (QLD) and James Luna (USA)
Room 3: Gordon Hookey (QLD)
Room 4: Tess Allas (NSW), Charlie Schneider (USA) and Vernon Ah-Kee (QLD)

Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute
Open daily 10am – 5pm FREE

Contact
Tandanya, National Aboriginal Cultural Institute Inc.
253 Grenfell Street
Adelaide, South Australia 5000

From within Australia
Phone: (08) 8224 3200
Fax: (08) 8224 3250

From outside of Australia
Phone: +61 8 8224 3200
Fax: +61 8 8224 3250

Email: tandanya@tandanya.com.au
Website: www.tandanya.com.au

15th March – 16th March 2014

 

the Spirit Festival 2014
The Spirit Festival
Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institue is proud to host the annual Spirit Festival, South Australia’s premier Indigenous festival, bringing together dance, music, theatre, visual arts and more at a free public event.

Held for the first time in 2014 at Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square), an important gathering place for the Kaurna people, the Spirit Festival is a drug and alcohol free event.

Expressions Of Interest for Performing Artists

Performance opportunities are for Saturday 15th – Sunday 16th March Please complete the registration form here: http://thespiritfestival.com/

Contact
Tandanya, National Aboriginal Cultural Institute Inc.
253 Grenfell Street
Adelaide, South Australia 5000

From within Australia
Phone: (08) 8224 3200
Fax: (08) 8224 3250

From outside of Australia
Phone: +61 8 8224 3200
Fax: +61 8 8224 3250

Email: tandanya@tandanya.com.au
Website: www.tandanya.com.au

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