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International Women's Day - Choose To Challenge Online Event


Mon 22 Mar 2021, 3:30pm–5:00pm

Where: Virtual Location, Online, Virtual

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $50.00
  • Student and Low Income: $20.00
  • Aboriginal People: $0.00 ($0.00)
  • Additional fees may apply

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Let's celebrate this year's International Women's Day.

50% of all profits go to Ikuntji Artists

On March 22, Moral Fairground in partnership with Flying Fox Fabric, Ikuntji Artists and Women for Women Cambodia will host an unrepeatable International Women's Day Online Event featuring Aboriginal Artist Keturah Zimran from Ikuntji Artists located in Haasts Bluff, Northern Territory, Chanveasna Nhean - from Cambodia - Founder/director of Women For Women a social enterprise in Cambodia that recruits, trains, supports and employs disabled women and minority groups in remote communities, and Felicity Wright Founder of Flying Fox Fabric a social enterprise that combines her love of Indigenous textiles with zest for fair trade, creating a cross-cultural project that facilitates manufacturing of products made out of hand-printed/woven fabrics.

A rare opportunity to connect with female Aboriginal Artists in remote communities to get some insights on how Aboriginal people see fabric and what fabric means to them. #ChooseToChallenge as you hear about the interesting relationship between remote Aboriginal Communities, Women For Women, a Cambodian Social Enterprise employing people with disabilities, and Felicity Wright of Flying Fox Fabric.


Felicity Wright - Founder, Flying Fox Fabrics
Keturah Zimran - Artist, Ikuntji Artists
Chanveasna (Veasna) Nhean - Founder, Women For Women, Cambodia

50% of all profits go to Ikuntji Artists