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|Title:||Curated performances for National Reconciliation Week 2011 (‘Let’s Talk Recognition’): The University of Adelaide Official Reconciliation Conversation & Celebrations, Fri 27 May 2011, and Reconciliation Down Rundle – Healthy Land, Living and Culture together with Mabo Day National Celebration, 3 June 2011|
Pak Poy, A.
|Publisher:||Reconciliation South Australia Inc. / State Government of South Australia / Adealide City Council / Drug & Alcohol Services South Australia|
|Publisher Place:||Rundle Mall, Adelaide, Australia|
|Description:||National Reconciliation Week commemorates two significant historical milestones in Australia — the successful 1967 Referendum and the High Court Mabo decision. The Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music (CASM) curates numerous music performances at this time, which in 2011 included two commissioned music events: 1. The University of Adelaide annual official recognition & celebration event; and 2. Reconciliation Down Rundle (sponsored by SA State Government, Adelaide City Council, Reconciliation SA) in which Indigenous musicians from CASM present their music to the public, including during peak time (11am – 3 pm) in the heart of Adelaide’s central shopping precinct, the Rundle Mall.|
|Appears in Collections:||Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music performances and events|
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