Event Session - Little Lunch Online #4

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Josh Pether - Jupiter Orbiting - image Greta Costello

Friday 27th March, 12:00pm - 12:30pm AEDT


Rounding off the inaugral week 1 the Little Lunches and our focus on First Peoples First, we welcome the wonderful Merindah Donnelly from Blakdance in conversation with independent dance and performance artist Josh Pether

Don't forget to wash your hands!

9–9:30 am AWDT in Perth
10:30–11 am ACST in Darwin
11–11:30 am AEST in Brisbane
11:30 am–12 pm ACDT in Adelaide
12–12:30 pm AEDT in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Hobart

Please see the links we are putting together for our c-virus dilly bag;

Australia Council First Nations Roundtable 
Friday 27 March, 2:00 - 3:00PM (Sydney Time)
Register Here >>

Ausdance Victoria Sector Connect Sessions
Session 2: Independent Dance Artists
Friday 27 March, 2:00PM (Melbourne time) 
Register in advance here >>

Australia Council Resources. 

Australian Government, Office for the Arts Resources. 

Arts Wellbeing Collective looking after your mental health.  Read More >>

Centrelink / Services Australia Resources.  COVID-19 register here >>

NAVA Resources.  Read More >> 

MEAA Resources.  Read More >> 

LaBoite Roundtable Report and Resources. 

NACCHO Resources. 

Creative Industry letter to the Prime Minister.

"There are also dire impacts on First Nations culture and a great risk to Elders as the source of cultural knowledge and storytelling. As a national priority, we must ensure our First Nations Elders’ safety to prevent loss of cultural knowledge. First Nations Elders are the holders of our Nation’s oldest culture and stories. Without them, we have no future."

Live Stream

Questions and Comments

  • i only caught the last 10 mins. great stuff.
    John Willsteed
Little Lunch Online #4 - Zoom Meeting

Questions and Comments

  • i only caught the last 10 mins. great stuff.
    John Willsteed