The Corroboree Sydney partners respectfully acknowledge the Gadigal clan of the Eora nations who are the traditional custodians of the land on which the festival takes place.
Corroboree 2014 will launch with the colourful Gurung Parade, a procession of school children from Hyde Park to the Royal Botanic Gardens.
Come and join us on the day! For more information please read the letter from Creative Director Hetti Perkins, and don't forget to fill out the application form so you don't miss out.
Gadigal Information Service in partnership with Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority present Klub Koori – celebrating the launch of five new music artists with a series of music and comedy performances by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, including Daniel Curney, Simone Saunders, Andy Saunders & Shiralee Hood MC Luke Carroll.
Western Promenade Lawn, The Rocks
The Council of Elders provides advice and support to ensure Corroboree Sydney observes and respects Indigenous cultural protocols.
Corroboree Sydney is a celebration of Indigenous arts and culture initiated and delivered by Indigenous people to share with the wider community. This collaborative endeavour, involving Sydney’s premier arts and cultural organisations is an internationally distinctive festival that celebrates our culture in all its diversity.
Hetti Perkins, one of Australia's leading Indigenous curators, has been appointed Artistic Director of the festival for 2013-2015. Hetti brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to this role as well as her consummate skills in delivering Indigenous programs of international significance.