Stompen Ground '92

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Stompen Ground '92

Stompen Ground '92, the Kimberley Aboriginal Arts and Cultural Festival, is being held in Broome over the September 5-6 weekend.

More than 40 different acts will take part. Participating will be Australia's top Aboriginal bands, including Yothu Yindi, Scrap Metal, Coloured Stone, Mixed Relations, Kev Carmody, Tiddas, Warumpi Band, John Albert Band and Fitzroy Express.

The program will also feature local dance groups, songs from the musical Bran Nue Dae, visual arts, crafts and the launch of a new book from Magabala Books, the Broome-based publishing house.

Stompen Ground '92 will be simulcast nationally live on ABC-TV, Triple J and ABC regional radio on Saturday, September 5, from 10.30 p.m. until dawn on Sunday.

UPCOMING EVENT

IN CONVERSATION WITH BRUCE PASCOE: The Climate Emergency & Indigenous Land Practice

SATURDAY 5 DECEMBER ♦ 4PM ACT, NSW, TAS & VIC ♦ 3:30PM SA ♦ 3PM Qld ♦ 2:30PM NT ♦ 1PM WA

Zoom panel featuring Bunurong man Bruce Pascoe, award-winning Australian writer and editor, author of Dark Emu: Black Seeds: Agriculture or Accident?

Also featuring agroecologist Alan Broughton, filmmaker & Rural Fire Service volunteer Robynne Murphy and City of Moreland councillor Sue Bolton.

For more information call (02) 8070 9341 or 0403 517 266. Hosted by Green Left.