The Past Becomes Our Future: in conversation with artist activist 78ers

6-8pm, Wednesday 11 March, I.C.E. 8 Victoria Road, Parramatta NSW

Image: '1982 Women + Arts Festival' outside the Art Gallery of NSW. Photo by Alissar Chidiac.

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Following the culmination of the 42nd Sydney Mardi Gras Parade, we will open a conversation about the role of art in worldbuilding and community mobilisation with four 78ers on Wednesday 11 March at I.C.E., Parramatta NSW.


Facilitated by artists Enoch Mailangi and Justine Youssef in conversation with artist activists Ray Delaney, Dj Gemma, Alissar Chidiac, and more TBA. This program is being developed in partnership with I.C.E. and Twenty 10.


6-8pm Wednesday 11 March, I.C.E. 8 Victoria Rd, Parramatta NSW 2150


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We pay our respects to the Burramattagal people of the Darug Nation, the rightful custodians of the land on which this event will be held. We acknowledge their continuing connection to land, their stories, artistic practices and knowledge systems that are shared here as they have been for over 60,000 years now. Sovereignty has not been ceded.

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The Past Becomes Our Future: in conversation with artist activist 78ers