Month: February 2024

Luku Ngärra: The Law of the Land, 2022

Filmed over 5 years in Northeast Arnhem Land and as a result of a 12 year friendship, Luku Ngarra – The Law of the Land is a confronting and intimate journey into the world of the Yolngu First Nations of Australia. 75 minutes. Adelaide Film Festival 2022 Friday 15th 7:30pm Entry by donation Film website Official film trailer (below) Independently Funded

The Last Daughter – Fri 8th March 7:30pm

“The Last Daughter” is a powerful film that invites us on a journey of deep self-reflection. As we witness Brenda’s quest for understanding and reconciliation, we are prompted to explore our own identities and histories, and to embark on our own journeys of healing from past wounds.

Telling truth – an exhibition of Art by Colin Clarke

An exhibition of art by Colin Clarke – an “old white guy” finding truth, peace and moving towards reconciliation. 7-16 March, 2024 Free entry Thursday 7th March – 10am-4pmFriday 8th March – 10am-4pmSaturday 9th March – 10am-4pmSunday 10th March – 12-4pm Thursday 14th March – 10am-4pmFriday 15th March – 10am-4pmSaturday 16th March – 10am-4pm This is a link to a video of Colin describing one of his pieces of art: Our Massacres at an exhibition in Western Australia in 2018. Colin describes his work, Our Massacres at an exhibition in Western Australia in 2018. “I started painting in the early 2000s to express the natural wonders, stories, events, and social justice issues that I experienced while travelling Australia. The social justice issues “focused to become the injustices that we the colonisers created in this land.” This journey of awakening has led me to acknowledge the injustices as being true, andRead more…Telling truth – an exhibition of Art by Colin Clarke

Duo: Graham Brown and Steve Ashley

24th August 2024, 7:30pm Graham Brown is a guitarist and artist who brings forty years of experience to masterful interpretations of the musical storytelling genres – blues folk rock. Starting as a singer-songwriter in his early adulthood, Graham has studied and taught classical and jazz guitar, mandolin and banjo and he imbues his music with skillful nuance, moving depth and deep respect for the craft and poetry of acoustic music narratives. The result is performances that are a powerful celebration of the expressive form of voice and guitar… assured, mature, joyful and alive. Steve Ashley is a self taught Fleurieu based singer-songwriter hailing originally from Liverpool UK. His music traverses folk, roots, blues & Americana.After gaining early recognition & a “high commendation” from judges at a SCALA songwriting competition he secured an Arts SA grant to record some original material. Since then whilst continuing to write & perform, a numberRead more…Duo: Graham Brown and Steve Ashley

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