Event Session - Little Lunch #23

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Dabora Dout - photo by Shane Carey

Wednesday 29th April, 12:00pm - 12:30pm AEST

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MAV’s Bendigo Emerge Cultural Hub will host Wednesday’s lunch from Dja Dja Wurrung Country with Traditional Owner Rebecca Phillips and we will hear Dabora Dout singing her new song in Dinka that has a global perspective. 

Emerge is Multicultural Arts Victoria’s innovative Community Cultural Development program focused on building capacity, empowering and giving voice to First Peoples, culturally and linguistically diverse, former refugee and emerging communities, to value add a diverse voice to the arts and cultural landscape. Bendigo Emerge Cultural Hub is a thriving network of artists and community leaders who often work collaboratively to create new works such as Once Upon a Tree. Recent exhibitions include EmergeD and Interwoven.

Little Lunch #23 - Zoom Meeting

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