An illuminated EORA poetic path in Darling Harbour celebrated NAIDOC Week’s theme ‘Because of Her We Can’.
Exhibiting the work of First Nations poets Jeanine Leane (Wiradjuri), Kirli Saunders (Gunai and Gundungurra Custodian), Joel Davison (Gadigal), Ali Cobby Eckermann (Yankunytjatjara and Kokatha), Lorna Munro (Wiradjuri and Gamilaroi) Poetic Moments presented poems alongside the visual work of artist David Cragg.
Audiences immersed themselves in the evocative words of some of Australia's finest poets on the NAIDOC theme of 'Because of Her We Can'.
Darling Square and Darling Quarter with Red Room Poetry acknowledge the invaluable contributions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women.
#gadigalpoetry on Sydney Trains
To celebrate NAIDOC week 2018, Red Room Poetry published poetic excerpts from Gadigal poet Joel Davison as part of a Twitter competition on Sydney trains. Created with community consultation, this competition was about community interactivity, encouraging people to mindfully engage with Gadigal language, poetry and art.
The exhibition Friday 7 July - Wednesday 25 July
The exhibition was installed at Darling Square (next to Steam Mill Lane) and Darling Quarter.
Performances Friday 20 July
Darling Square: 5.00 - 5.30pm
Darling Quarter: 6.00- 6.30pm
Darling Square: 7.00 - 7.30pm
Darling Quarter: 8.00 - 8.30pm
Proud Gadigal poet Joel Davison and Gunai poet Kirli Saunders performed poetic works from the Tumbalong Gatherers exhibition at Darling Square and Darling Quarter.