Yunuen Pérez and Sissy M. Reyes have joined creative forces to produce their first exhibition together, titled 'Mex-tli, Mexican Goddesses', a series of superbly crafted photographs drawing on historical Indigenous practices and aesthetics celebrating resilient women rarely acknowledged in both local and global societies.
The Electric I defines itself as a band that effectively challenges categorization through virtuous musicianship, conceptual dare and cultural cross-pollination. A conversation with its producer Mauro Ochoa on the occasion of their debut album launch was a glimpse to the world behind the curtains, where these talented musicians discover the uniqueness of the combination of their individualities.
It is shocking to think that many Indigenous people in the world are still not recognised not only in relation to their land rights but also to their entitlement to live a healthy life without persecution. Law of the Jungle, a Danish documentary investigates how a peaceful protest in the community of Andoas in the Peruvian Amazon turns into a case of manslaughter, police brutality and unlawful imprisonment. We have a free double pass giveaway.
This is the second year that four cultural institutions got together with the Victoria Department of Education and Early Childhood Development to organise the European Languages Festival. Students had the opportunity to experience different cultural manifestations alongside volunteer teachers and supporters from each language.