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The Vision Splendid Outback Film Festival 2019

The Vision Splendid Outback Film Festival 2019

Marlene’s hometown of Winton is fast becoming known as the “Hollywood in the Outback”. This year the Vision Splendid Outback Film Festival has used footage and audio of Marlene performing “Boomerang Alley”, her tribute to Winton, as part of their promotional campaign. In ...

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June 25th, 2019

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Tue 10 July:  Marlene Celebrates NAIDOC FAMILY DAY 2018 @ Blacktown Arts Centre

Tue 10 July: Marlene Celebrates NAIDOC FAMILY DAY 2018 @ Blacktown Arts Centre

Join Marlene and other great A&TSI performers as we celebrate NAIDOC at Blacktown Showgrounds in the July school holidays! NAIDOC is a special event in Blacktown, which is home to the largest urban Aboriginal population in Australia. It is a day of music, and ...

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June 14th, 2018

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Fri 6 July: MARLOO’S BLUES @ Melbourne Recital Centre – Part of series Yinga-bul

Fri 6 July: MARLOO’S BLUES @ Melbourne Recital Centre – Part of series Yinga-bul

Marlene Cummins presents a biographical journey through her music with songs and lyrics inspired by a myriad of political, social and personal experiences. With a mixture of original and traditional blues numbers, the centrepiece is the stirring epic blues anthem Koori ...

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June 14th, 2018

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MARLENE’S PAINTINGS Showing @ Boomalli Gallery until 15 July 2018

MARLENE’S PAINTINGS Showing @ Boomalli Gallery until 15 July 2018

Boomalli Gallery’s Women’s exhibition “Born into Existence” is about Aboriginal Women in the Arts and from our communities. Born into Existence pays tribute to the strength and resistance of Aboriginal Women in Australia. Marlene is exhibiting portraits of women who ...

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June 14th, 2018

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BLACK PANTHER WOMAN @ The Vision Splendid Film Festival, 29 June – 7 July 2018

BLACK PANTHER WOMAN @ The Vision Splendid Film Festival, 29 June – 7 July 2018

In January 1972, an Australian Black Panther Party was formed in the police state of Brisbane, Australia. This is a story told in the words of Marlene Cummins, a woman who experienced the best and worst of the short lived and controversial Black Panther movement. Inspired by

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June 14th, 2018

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