Melbourne New Folk

December 31, 2011 12:00 am to January 1, 2012 5:00 am


Melbourne New Folk have opened a new warehouse space in Brunswick. The space will serve as a bit of a home for Melbourne New Folk and it features a top notch PA and light systems. It’ll be a space available for parties, gigs, shows, showcases and workshops available to all of us who have an interest in making great art for a good cause.

Melbourne New Folk are welcoming members to  join them for Armageddon High for New Years. Band’s, Dj’s, roving performers, wicked drinks, live art and those of you that want to get involved there’ll be ample space to play and get involved. 10% of all of our takings for this and all events will be going to forest activists in Victoria and Tasmania.
More Information http://newfolk.com.au/melbourne/

New Bindarri Feature – Interview with Damion Hunter, star of Jandamarra

Damion Hunter - Jandamarra

The spectacular theater production of Jandamarra, a legendary indigenous warrior and lawman who led one of Australia’s longest and most successful campaigns to defend Aboriginal country.

The theatre season is well underway with the final performance at Windjana Gorge tonight. Bindarri caught up with Damion Hunter to ask him a few questions

Sisters for Sisters Melbourne fundraiser

July 26, 2011 7:30 pm

A night of spoken word, music, dance and creative expression from sisters of diverse cultural backgrounds in support of Asha India – Helping the Aapne Aap Women’s collective to empower sex-workers and their children in the heart of red-light district in Mumbai. Brothers are welcome too !! More info

Anime in the Arvo – Fundraiser for Japan at Federation Square

March 26, 2011


JAPANESE music, film and culture will take over Fed Square in a bid to raise funds for earthquake and tsunami survivors. The Japan Exchange and Teaching Alumni Association will host Anime in the Arvo, from 3pm.

Entertainment will include Japanese taiko drumming, local musicians, cosplay, anime cartoonists and a film showing courtesy of the Melbourne International Film Festival at 5pm. More info here

Australian Artists Against Apartheid: Concert for Palestine (fundraiser)

October 30, 2010

Promoting the cultural Boycott of Israel as part of the global Boycott Divestment Sanctions Campaign.
Featuring: The Conch, Phil Monsour Band, Rafeef Ziadah, The Brothahood, Fear of a Brown Planet and more. MUA Hall, 54 Ireland Street, West Melbourne From 6.30pm. www.australianbdscampaign.wordpress.com

And… Building Solidarity, Combating Occupation & Apartheid National Boycott, Divestment & Sanctions conference in Melbourne, 29 – 31 October 2010. Visit the BDS Campaign website for more details.