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The Coming of the Light is a holiday celebrated by Torres Strait Islanders on 1 July each year and commemorates the landing of the first Christian missionaries on Erub Island.
Black History Month seeks to be a portal for positive actions by, for and about our communities. Black History Month exists as a can do peoples movement, not waiting for hand outs or hand ups. Importantly, Black History Month's only agenda is to celebrate our wonderfulness and share this with the world. As such the possibilities are endless.
NAIDOC (National Aboriginal and Islander Day Observance Committee) Week is a time to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, culture and achievements.
Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) is a unique three-day event that merges an art market with a celebration of Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.
Garma will take place from July 31 – 3 August at Gulkula, on the Gove Peninsula in the Northern Territory.
The day is an opportunity for all Australians to show their support for Aboriginal children, as well as learn about the crucial impact that community, culture and family play in the life of every Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander child.
This year marks the 32nd Anniversary of the NATSIAAs with Telstra remaining the principal sponsor of the Awards again in 2015.
Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair will showcase the contemporary fine art of over forty Indigenous art centres from across Australia.
The International Day of the World's Indigenous People (9 August) was first proclaimed by the General Assembly in December 1994, to be celebrated every year during the first International Decade of the World's Indigenous People (1995 – 2004).
52 Anniversary of the 1963 Yirrkala Bark Petition of Commonwealth Parliament
Townsville Cultural Fest is a completely not-for-profit festival, showcasing the diversity of Australian music, food, arts and culture, bringing people together in celebration of life itself. From Wednesday19th to Sunday23rd August over 80 performing groups will take to Jezzine Park, offering everything from folk, rock and pop, to Indigenous Australian music, African drum troupes, and Latin and Pacific Islander dance groups.
24 Year anniversaary of the 1991 establishment fgo the Aboriginal Reconciliation Council.
15 Year Anniversary of Cathy Freeman winning Gold at the 2000 Sydney Olympics
Boomerang is the first of its kind, never has an Indigenous festival of this holistic calibre been so accessible, featuring an array of music, dance, theatre, comedy, film and visual arts, along with cultural knowledge exchanges and thought provoking conversations.