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The History Salon - Noel C Tovey AM

When:

Wed 30 May 2018, 6:00pm–7:00pm

Where: Bombini Buzz Mezzanine, Hamer Hall, 100 St Kilda Rd, Southbank Promenade, Southbank, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Registration Types:

  • Free Ticket: $0.00
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Listed by: YIRRAMBOI Festival

The History Salon #3: Uncle Noel C Tovey Am

The third iteration of The History Salon features Uncle Noel C Tovey AM, in conversation with Blak Betty. Uncle Noel was instrumental in paving the way for Indigenous artists working in theatre, and in advocating for both Aboriginal and gay rights.

Now 85 years of age, Uncle Noel has boundless experiences and will reflect on moments that shaped not only his career in both London and Australia but the progression of Indigenous Arts in Australia. Hosted by Blak Betty.

Where: Bombini Buzz Bar Mezzanine at Arts Centre Melbourne, Southbank Promenade, Melbourne
When: Wednesday 30 May, 6-7pm
How Much: Free

The History Salon

A living encyclopaedia of Blak Arts in Australia

Our Elders created the opportunities we have today. We come from a 70,000+ year lineage of artists in this country, but we have very little written record of the heroes and mavericks that paved the way for Indigenous contemporary arts in Australia.

In honour of our traditions and ways of knowledge transfer, we gather, we listen and acknowledge the hard work that defined, inspired and transformed generations of Indigenous arts practice. The History Salon celebrates and shares stories from our Elders, informing new generations of their place in a long lineage of artistic practice.

Join radio personality Blak Betty in a dynamic yarn with an Elder of the arts.

Know Your History

*YIRRAMBOI will be taking photographs and/or shooting footage at this event.
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