SAT 28 JUNE
SEQ NAIDOC GALA BALL
GRAND HALL, HILTON HOTEL, 190 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane.
WED 2 JULY – MON 14 JULY
QLD MUSEUM Southbank, South Brisbane.
FRIDAY 4 JULY 5.30-8.30pm
INALA NAIDOC FILM SCREENING EVENT Our Place, Japonica Street, Inala.
MONDAY 7 JULY Starts 10am.
OFFICIAL SEQ NAIDOC LAUNCH Cultural Forecourt, Southbank, South Brisbane.
THURSDAY 10 JULY
NORTHSIDE NAIDOC EVENT Koobara Kindergarten, 421 Beams Rd., Zillmere.
THURSDAY 10 JULY 5.30PM – 9PM
QUEENSLAND COUNCIL OF UNIONS Inaugural NAIDOC Short Film Festival,
QUT Gardens Theatre, Gardens Point, Brisbane.
FRIDAY 11 JULY
MPCC NAIDOC FAMILY FUN DAY, MUSGRAVE PARK SOUTH BRISBANE.
VOCAL LOUNGE – OUR ELDERS
10.00- 10.30AM COLOURISE FESTIVAL – DOCUMENTARY:
”Same Place My Home” dedicated to Brisbane elders.
10.30 – 11.00AM
SPOKEN WORD – Poetic Act: Yvette Holt
Empathy, grief, outrage, justice, reconciliation, love, affirmation and celebration are some of the words used by Jena Woodhouse to describe Yvette Holt’s language.
11.00 – 11.30AM
SING SONG: Peacock Brothers
Johnny, Brian and David inherited their talent for sing songs from their mother Eva (nee Salam) who entertained with her guitar as a young girl on Hammond Island Mission, Thursday Island and Darwin.
Today they invite you to sing along to some old tunes.
12.30 – 1.00PM
SOUL MUSIC: Velvet Serenade
from the souls of Amanda Manton and Yvette Walker.
1.00 – 1.30PM
V.I.P. TEA PARTY: Jeremy Youse
performs acoustic guitar and his song dedicated to the elders at the Brisbane Elders Afternoon Tea with the Premier of Queensland, Anna Bligh.
1.30 – 2.00PM
BOOK LAUNCH – Poetry & Stories: Lionel Fogarty
An exciting and unique local talent whose work captures the thought, feeling and experience of Aboriginal existence.
2.00 – 2.30PM
COLOURISE FESTIVAL – SHORT DRAMAS
GUEST VISUAL ARTIST : Tamara Whyte
Social Comment Photographer, Writer, Performer.
”Guilty” photographic exhibition.
1.45PM MAIN STAGE:
COLOURISE TRIBUTE CEREMONY
Celebrating Indigenous Cultural Traditions.
Award presented to Joan Collins, for generous and significant contribution to cultural heritage and development in Brisbane. Presented by Aunty Valda Coolwell on behalf of Colourise Festival.
FRIDAY 25 JULY
6 – 9PM
ACACIA RIDGE NAIDOC
BBQ with Movie Night
Murri Community School 1277 Beaudesert Road, Acacia Ridge.
SCHOOLS NAIDOC PROGRAM:
Sponsored by Australian Film TV & Radio School. A selection of films from the Colourise Festival Program:
SOUTHSIDE EDUCATION, SUNNYBANK.
MURRI COMMUNITY SCHOOL, ACACIA RIDGE
KELVIN GROVE STATE COLLEGE
ASPLEY STATE HIGH SCHOOL
SANDGATE DISTRICT STATE HIGH SCHOOL
PARTNERSHIPS: Australian Film Commission, Black Screen; Metro Screen Sydney; Australian Film TV & Radio School AND NAIDOC event organisers across Brisbane.
SPONSORS: Pacific Film and Television Commission; Australian Film Television and Radio School; Uniikup Productions Ltd.