Call out to play key roles in 2022 Corroboree at Mildura

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Local artists, food providers and performers are invited to be part of Sunraysia’s biggest celebration of the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples – Mildura’s annual NAIDOC Corroboree.

Normally held as part of NAIDOC Week in July each year, this year’s Corroboree will take place on Saturday 16 April at Nowingi Place, where the event will form part of Mildura’s suite of Easter Long Weekend activities for the first time.

Ngiwa Yarna (Aboriginal Action) Committee Chair Thelma Chilly said the organising committee for this year’s event was calling for groups to come forward and be part of the 2022 Corroboree. This could include local Aboriginal artists and performers, residents to conduct cultural workshops and stalls, as well as food providers and other forms of entertainment.

Groups or individuals wishing to be part of his year’s event are asked to complete a simple application form online at www.mildura.vic.gov.au/corroboree

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