News & Media

Latest Media

"Inside the invisible world of early Indigenous LGBTI Mardi Gras activism" - Koori Gras @ 107 on NITV, 24 February 2017
A new exhibition delves into the world of Indigenous LGBTI people during the heady early days of the Sydney Mardi Gras to now.
Find out more >>

"52 Weeks of #SydCulture: Week 8" - Koori Gras @ 107 on Time Out, 22 February 2017
Of all of the events on the Mardi Gras calendar, Koori Gras is my number one pick. And the opening night at 107 Projects in Redfern was incredible: as soon as I stepped into the gallery space I was immediately drawn to (and dwarfed by) a wall sized glittering Aboriginal flag; the room was packed with people engrossed in passionate conversation and embracing each other, on a night that feels very special.
Find out more >>

"Step by step, the First Nations lead the way at Mardi Gras" - Koori Gras @ 107 on SBS, 18 February 2017
We gather too often for inequality. This is an opportunity to focus on the celebration of their lives and achievements.
Find out more >>

"Joyous, comic and grim: the best new Indigenous playwrights" - Yellamundie Festival in The Conversation, 3 February 2017
These are all Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander stories and in many ways specific to that experience, but they are not about issues that can be relegated under the heading of Aboriginal problems. Stories dealing with grief, violence, poverty or struggling to deal with family conflicts and tragedies have something important to say to everyone.
Find out more >>

Facebook News Feed

Archived News

Applications now open for Ngarra-Burria: First Peoples Composers program

Applications are now open for Ngarra-Burria - First Peoples Composers, a new artist development program.

Winyanboga Yurringa Completes Premiere Seasons

“With wit and passion, Winyanboga Yurringa generously invites us into a world of Aboriginal women in search of heritage, belonging and spiritual unanimity, a rare and treasured offering.” - Keith Gallasch, RealTime issue #134 Aug-Sept 2016


Moogahlin Performing Arts is looking for 6 new scripts from across the continent to be developed as part of the next Yellamundie National First Peoples Playwriting Festival in January 2017.