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KHT – Karen Casey: Let’s Shake exhibition

The Koorie Heritage Trust (KHT) is delighted to present the recent acquisition Let's Shake by the late internationally recognised artist and Palawa woman Karen Casey (1956–2021),...

How Gilgandra Local Aboriginal Medical Service Improves Health Outcomes

The Gilgandra local Aboriginal medical service addresses the disease burden of Aboriginal communities. Findings from research exploring Gilgandra local Aboriginal Medical service reveal that the Australian indigenous communities...

King Stingray to headline BLAKTIVISM concert as part of ALWAYS LIVE

BLAKTIVISM - Hamer Hall, 1 December Arts Centre Melbourne is thrilled to announce the third iteration of BLAKTIVISMin Melbourneas part of ALWAYS LIVE with the next generation, King...

This week at TPH: NAIDOC WEEK continues with AUDREY NAPANANGKA, THE NEW BOY & THE LAST DAUGHTER

Continuing NAIDOC week we have AUDREY NAPANANGKA - a story of a Warlpiri woman, Audrey, and her Sicilian partner Santo, negotiating across cultures as...

BIG hART AND THE FREEDOM COLLECTIVE PRESENTS SONGS FOR FREEDOM

NEW ALBUM PRODUCED BY GRAMMY-AWARD WINNER AND RECENT GRAMMY NOMINEE LUCKY OCEANS NEW COLLECTION SUPPORTS CAMPAIGN TO LOWER THE INCARCERATION RATES OF ABORIGINAL CHILDREN https://youtu.be/YhxHGwdq5vo Australia's leading...

Uncle Greg Muir: A Retrospective

No Vacancy Gallery, 3-8 July 2023 I can't imagine my life without painting because when I paint, I feel free like a bird, Uncle Greg Muir Uncle...

WILAM BIIK opening soon at Walker Street Gallery  

July 25 – September 8 2023 City of Greater Dandenong's Walker Street Gallery and Arts Centre will stage a major exhibition WILAM BIIK focused on the Home Country...

Another powerful NAIDOC Week program at Arts Centre Melbourne

Arts Centre Melbourne proudly continues its work with First Nations artists and communities in celebrating their storied culture, country and resilience. This NAIDOC Week,...

WALANBAA YULU-GI – BURN THE FLOOR TO FEATURE MITCH TAMBO

As the world-renowned Australian Ballroom and Latin dance company Burn the Floor passes its 25th year, the performing group will collaborate with World Music star Mitch...

Aboriginal Clothing Brands You Need to Check Out for Unique Fashion

Introduction Aboriginal fashion is a unique and vibrant style that incorporates traditional Indigenous designs and motifs into modern clothing. Many Aboriginal clothing brands have emerged...
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Mick Pacholli

Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.