If you’re down to eat, chat and connect with fellow artists and foodies - consider yourself invited!
Producer in Residence Leigh Lule is hosting the final rendition of our series, Radical Hospitality - Platforming for Community! Part III will take place on Wurundjeri and Bunurong Country (West Footscray) at Migrant Coffee Café on Fri 18 Nov, 6pm – 9pm.
The night will begin with an Acknowledgment of Country by Leigh, followed by a Discussion panel ft. Candy Bowers, Mariam Koslay, and Amarachi Okorom as they unpack what it means to ‘platform’ for their respective communities.
Catering will be provided by Migrant Coffee, alongside an open bar courtesy of our sponsors, Mountain Goat and Noisy Ritual.
All ticket sales will be donated to AMES Australia branches in Werribee, St Albans and Footscray. AMES Australia provides language classes, employment services, community engagement and settlement support to migrants, refugees and asylum seekers across Country.
Fri 18 Nov
6pm – 9pm
Migrant Coffee Café (3/576 Barkly St, West Footscray, 3012)
$10 (Capacity is limited so getcha tix quick!)
This event will be Auslan interpreted. All are welcome.
The Producer in Residence and Creative Leadership programs are generously supported by VicHealth through their Future Healthy initiatives, created to amplify the voices and ideas of young Victorians to dream, build and connect in arts and cultural experiences and transform issues that are important into arts and cultural experiences for/by young people.
Next Wave started as a gathering for young people in 1984, and the story comes full circle in 2022.