A NEW WORLD ORDER

Curated by Grace Dlabik
Presented by BE. and i-D

An open discussion with some of the most revered young and powerful young women of colour about the importance of continuing culture, expression and practise. Finding ways to heal through your voice, artistry and community.

Moderator: Kimberley Moulton. Yorta Yorta sovereign woman, curator and writer.

Time: 1:00 – 2:30pm.

ATONG ATEM
MISS BLANKS
GRACE LILLIAN LEE

KIMBERLEY MOULTON
NAYUKA GORRIE

DJIRRI DJIRRI DANCE GROUP

Honoured to have the DJIRRI DJIRRI women’s dance group who will be doing an Acknowledgement of Country and Dance. All members are of the Wurundjeri community.

Time: 4:00pm.

Through visual projections and photography, Future Culturewill come to life with explosions of colourful projections.Showcasing the incredible talents of women of colour artists.

Time: 4:00pm.

ANU KUMAR
NYNNO BEL-AIR
ATONG ATEM
RUTH RUACH
HANNAH BRONTE
YJ

MARISA SANTOSA
JO KALUTE
NICOLE ESQ
SERI DAVIS
KARIMA BAADILLA

Pairing of performance where art, music and cultural expressionwill join in a deeply moving beautiful display of expression.

Time: 4:00pm.

THANDO
MILAN RING
TIYAMI TOSHA

DJ’s playing best sounds of soul, neo-soul, hip hop and R&B.

Times:

DJ DEE LUSCIOUS
MZ RIZK
SOJU–GANG

2:30 – 3:00pm
5:00 – 6:00pm
6:00 – 7:00pm

Future Culture is a new world order paying the highest respect to women of colour, trans and non-binary people from the diaspora and celebrates the matriarchy paving the way.

A fully immersive experience igniting explosions of colour, fashion, photography, art and music.

This space pays tribute the vibrant tapestry and beauty of culture, open minds, autonomy, self expression and individuality.

An activation centred around creative pillars with a focus on shifting paradigms.

Culture
Expression
Imagination
Curiosity
Autonomy
Feminism

BE. YOU

Patrons are encouraged to dress and express freely, and embrace their individuality with an emphasis on authenticity and cultural lineage. A chance to embrace, celebrate and empower
through the individual forms of expression and ownership.

Free
Seen
Valued
Celebrated

Future Culture will feature some of Australia’s most expressive voices and creative women of colour, trans and non-binary people including Nayuka Gorrie, Atong Atem, Miss Blanks, Grace Lillian Lee to name a few, prominent young leaders paving the way through the hand holding of cultural exchange the guiding presence of Aboriginal women from the Djirri Djirri Dance Group.

This powerful space will be an inspiring and empowering experience!.

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners, and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.

We understand that the sovereignty of Aboriginal people has never been ceded.