Transcending the Narrative to a Decolonial Future


New Moon

22 Hudson Street Lewisham (Luna Apartments ground floor)

Opens with a discussion about ‘Because of Her, We Can’ (2018 NAIDOC theme) and ways to transcend the narrative to a decolonial future, featuring Ali Cobby Eckermann, Wilo Muwadda, Alison Whittaker and Vanessa Lee.

Followed by a special performance from the #1 female Aboriginal comedian, Shiralee Hood!

Open to all audience members to attend.

Curated by festival producer Vanessa Lee.

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After this session, we recommend you head to Ashfield Civic Centre for a free coffee and quince preserve at Kafe As Poume, a pop-up by Eleni Christou. Inspired by the Kafeneios (traditional cafes) of the Mediterranean, and the role domestic kitchens and cafes play in the social fabric of communities.


Accessibility information for this event:

  • This venue is wheelchair accessible via wide doors and flat, even flooring.
  • There is an accessible ambulant toilet.
  • Seating is chairs with back support, and you’re welcome to bring additional comfort items along.
  • An Auslan interpreter will not be present.
  • Alcohol will not be available.
  • First Aid will not be available on site.