Thursday, April 27, 2017

YIRRAMBOI - FIRST NATIONS ART FESTIVAL 5-14 MAY 2017

blak critics



AN INITIATIVE PROUDLY CONCEIVED BY YIRRAMBOI

Blak Critics: Blak voices responding to Blak work.
Blak Critics addresses the need for robust, critical and culturally informed dialogue around Indigenous performance, practice and methodologies, in mainstream editorials and publications and the public domain. The project is supporting 9 Victorian-based Indigenous writers with a public platform for creating critical review and conversation, from our perspectives.
In partnership with The Guardian Masterclasses, YIRRAMBOI is delivering a tailored workshop series designed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander writers to build capacity in the critical review of live performance, art, music and social discourse.


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18 comments:

  1. Very deadly Cus ✊

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  2. Too deadly!

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  3. Awesome Angie. Good to read that the abundance of hippies get a mention lol.

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  4. Deadly Angie ����

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  5. Nice one ��

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  6. Hey Ange I love this article!

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  7. Thanks for sharing! I am glad to keep up on what all you young people are doing! Keeps my spirits up in the face of the toxic orange cloud emanating from Washington!

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  8. Chasing Smoke - Great response sista.

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  9. Chasing Smoke - This was everything !!!

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  10. Chasing Smoke - Brillaint review! Seeing it tonight can't wait!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  11. Chasing Smoke.....and the Blak Critics review is in!! So proud to be able to share this work with all you mob. Big thanks to Angelina for the deadly review. Love you, sis.

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  12. Deadly Cus nice writing

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  13. Morning Angelina, I’m just loving all your writings of Yirramboi.

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  14. Genevieve GrievesMay 14, 2017 at 8:53 PM

    Violence of Denial Review....Beautiful writing from sis Angelina Hurley. Thank you

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  15. Yes! Too right sis. Written so very well, I love the words penned by Angelina.

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  16. Hi Angelina,

    I hope this finds you well. I just wanted to write to you and say how much I loved your story at the Shore in Naarm event at the town hall in North Melbourne some moths ago. I'm doing my PhD in art and climate change and this story was so hilarious and moving, I keep thinking returning to it. Wishing you all the best.

    Warm wishes from cold country.

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