Event Info

Be Bold Blakout
Friday 9 April, 6-9pm
Bowery Theatre and St Albans Community Centre (STACC)
33 Princess Street, St Albans
No charge to attend

On Friday 9 April we present Be Bold Blakout – a dedicated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander program. From 6pm join us for Welcome to Country, Aunty Joyce & Uncle Boots Mural unveiling, dance, art, music, and a night market and more.

MC and Be Bold Blakout Curator: Lisa Maza

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Program Times

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Be Bold Stage

6.30-6.45pm
Djarmbi Dance

6.45-7pm
Kalyani Mumtaz

7.15-7.40pm
Pirritu

7.45-8.15pm
Shauntai Batzke

8.15-8.30pm
Young Blak & Deadly Design Competition Winner Announced

8.30-9pm
The Merindas

Aunty Joyce and Uncle Boots Mural by Mike Maka

Aunty Joyce and Uncle Boots Mural

6-7pm
Welcome to Country

Mayor’s Address
Brimbank Mayor, Cr Ranka Rasic

Unveil Aunty Joyce and Uncle Boots Mural + artist talk with Mike Maka aka Makatron, Lee-Anne Clarke and Mandi Barton

Dave murphy

Outside STACC

Art Installation
Fibonacci’s Genie - Rubisco by David Murphy

Blakout Market Stalls
From 6.30pm
Koorie Homework Club - Growing Plants For Country
Aunty Jeanie Mason Art Stall
Food by MABU MABU

Fipe by Ocean Image credit Irihipeti Waretini

Bowery Theatre

7-7.30pm
Ipu Ti
- Film Preview and Artist Talk

Image by Irihipeti Waretini

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Acknowledgement to Country

Brimbank City Council respectfully acknowledges and recognises the Kulin Nation including the Wurundjeri, Bunurong and Boon Wurrung Peoples as the Traditional Owners of this land and waterways and pays respect to their Elders past, present and future.

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