ART OF SMALL THINGS
The Muse Euterpe
Mixed media art by Eleni Pitsilioni-Alexiou
Opening: Wednesday 4 December 7-9 pm Exhibiting: 4-15 December 2013
StirrUp Gallery – Addison Rd Community Centre 142 Addison Rd Marrickville
Opening hours: Thurs-Frid 5-8 pm, Sat-Sun 10-5 pm
For appointment or information: Tel: 0402 564 722 Email: email@example.com
With thanks to Reverse Garbage & Addison Road Community Centre
Below is a timetable of the activities happening at Gumbramorra Hall on Saturday.
Smoke Ceremony on the grassed area
10:15 am Aboriginal Smoke Ceremony
10:50 am Toltec’s Ceremony from Mexico
11:10 am Sendas, Mayan influenced El Salvadorians
11:45am Guarifunas’ youth percussion group from Guatemala
12:15 pm Vahik and Mahoor”, presenting mediterranean songs in the Persian language.
12:50 pm The Rugcutters” contemporary aboriginal singers
1:30 pm Mapuche Accordion player from Chile.
2:00 pm Sadin”, Native Amazonian Singer from Brazil
2:30 pm KARIFI” rhythms from Ghana.
3;10 pm Tarpuy Bolivians singing in the Quechua language
3:35 pm Glyer, reggae artist from Sierra Leone
4:10 pm Apura Pela, Guarifuna influenced percussionists from Colombia & Guatemala.
A photo exhibition by Armando Vega curated by Raquel Duron and Tessa Tran. Presented by MAHICO a social business born out of a passion for preserving traditions and sharing the stories and struggles of Indigenous communities in Latin America and Around the World.
Our aim is to provide a creative and alternative way to support, empower and share the stories of indigenous communities in order to help them keep their traditions alive and allow them to share their different systems of Knowledge.
Come on Wednesday 20 of November from 6 pm for a night of storytelling and powerful imagery.
We will have special guest and a bazar selling the beautiful textiles and products of these amazing artisans in case you feel like supporting this cause and doing some early Christmas shopping.
WE REALLY HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE and PLEASE HELP US BY SHARING THIS INVITATION WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY.
All the money from the exhibition and the selling of handcrafts goes back to support the talented photographer and the cooperative of women from Zinancantan chiapas: sembrando la vida (harvesting life).
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