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Held across the country from 7-14 July 2024, NAIDOC Week will celebrate and recognise the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

This year’s theme chosen by the National NAIDOC Committee, is Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud & Proud.

We have engaged with Iwiri Arts and KU Arts to celebrate NAIDOC Week this year with an exhibition, ‘kapi wala’, to celebrate the art and culture of their artists. In addition to ‘kapi wala’, a range of artist led interactive activities will also be held, including basket weaving, storytelling, face painting, bush tucker + artefacts and jewellery making workshops.

What's on

'kapi wala' Exhibition at The Gallery

A group exhibition of paintings and ceramics, celebrating the artists of Iwiri Arts and KU Arts.

Opening night Friday 21 June 6-8pm

Exhibition open: June 21–July 27
Time: Check St Peters Library opening hours
Location: The Gallery at St Peters Town Hall Complex

Iwiri Choir Performance

Featuring the highly regarded Iwiri Choir, the evening will include a guided tour of the 'kapi wala' exhibition, showcasing artists from Iwiri Arts and Ku Arts, and a special performance by the award winning Iwiri Choir.

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Dreaming Stories with Trent Hill

Listen to a dreaming story unfold, with the messages of the story explained. Learn the rules for living and the connection to the land that indigenous people have had for thousands of years.

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Jewellery Making with David Booth

Make your own beautiful Aboriginal inspired bracelet and necklace using beads, wire, crimps and clasps.

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NAIDOC Week at the Libraries

There are many books to read, movies to watch and other resources available at our Libraries.

Find out more


Emma Comley
Council Arts Officer
T: 8366 4555

To find out more, visit: NAIDOC Week

Image credit: Ngura Tjuta Munu Tjukula Tjuta, Audrey Brumby, Iwiri Arts