Who is involved
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Arts Facilitators - Bu Gay Pah Thei [Karen], Fatima Qurbani [Hazara], Dabora Dout [South Sudanese]
LCMS - Linto Thomas
Multicultural Arts Victoria Emerge Hub - Forest Keegel
Artists, artisans and assistants - Hussnia Hussain Ali, Jude Anderson, Adrian Corbett, Hei Day, Aviva Endean, Zahra Gawhari, Paw Hla, Paw Kee, Armani Jok, Sala Kord, Tegan Lang, Abuol Maboir, Abuk Malual, Jalal Manog, Justin Marshall, Steve Mayhew, Paw Kyi Pai, Masooma Qorbani, Awach Ring, Rodrigo Ramos, Morwenna Schenck, Zakia Sultani, Eh Kaw Thaw, Moo Thaw, Linto Thomas, Thon Thon, Shrey Tumu, Uncle Paul, Hyra Usman, Adrianna Fatemeh Yousefi, Emerge Cultural Hub Bendigo and the Karen Bamboo dancers, drummers and percussionists.
Our Community Partners
Supporting multicultural communities, celebrating diversity. Loddon Campaspe Multiculturalism Services (Multicultural Services) is a welcoming not-for-profit organisation that empowers people from migrant and refugee backgrounds to participate fully in Australian society. We are an ethnic communities council run by and for multicultural communities. Multicultural Services was established in 1999. Our work sits within two areas: community programs and arts and events. We work across the Loddon Campaspe area, which includes the LGAs of Loddon, Campaspe, Greater Bendigo, Central Goldfields, Mount Alexander and Macedon. Our mission: Supporting multicultural communities, celebrating diversity Our vision: A vibrant, thriving and multicultural central Victoria
MAV’s Emerge program locates emerging artists and cultural practitioners through community, government and agency connections; assisting in skill development, providing new networks & opportunities & building the capacity of communities to develop and promote traditional and contemporary cultural product. Working work with established and emerging cultural communities in the area, the City of Greater Bendigo, the Dja Dja Wurrung and the Loddon Campaspe Multicultural Services (LMCS) to assist in the delivery of the City’s Cultural Diversity and Inclusion Plan through the development of a Bendigo Emerge Cultural Hub – building on Greater Bendigo’s reputation as an arts and cultural destination.
Our Cultural Partners
Our Financial Partners