Over ten days from 20 November, the Sydney Harbour foreshore plays host to Corroboree Sydney, Australia’s largest Indigenous arts festival celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. Locals and visitors will have the opportunity to see over 100 performances by artists, writers, dancers and musicians from around the country.
The State Library of NSW is also hosting a series of events as part of the festival. A lunch time film festival in association with Black Fella Films will be held, alongside panel discussions with the cast of TV series Redfern Now as well as opportunities to explore the library’s collection of Indigenous historical treasures. To register for any of these free events, click here.
Other festival highlights include: the Gurung Parade of more than 3,000 children through Sydney’s CBD (20 November), a traditional firelight ceremony (21 November), Black Arts markets (23 November) and the return of Homeground, a free two day outdoor music event at the Opera House (22-23 November).
To explore the entire festival program, click here.
Images courtesy Jamie Williams