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Help us plan our Mardi Gras after party!

11 November 2015

As part of the 2016 Mardis Gras celebrations, Koori Radio in partnership ACON Aboriginal Project will be holding a special Klub Koori Mardi Gras after party event. 

We’re looking for creative individuals to volunteer as members of the Koori Radio Mardi Gras Working Group. The purpose of the working group is to assist us with the creative direction of the after party. Members will be involved in developing a theme and creative design structure for the event and assisting with artist/performance selection.

Members of the Working Group will be asked to commit approximately 8 hours per month which will involve meetings at the Gadigal Information Service building in Redfern as well as engaging with other Working Group communications (email, conference calls etc).

Who we’re looking for

We are particularly seeking people for the Working Group who are members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBT community, and those who have an interested in the creative arts.

Expressions of interest closes on Friday 4th December 2015

To submit an expression of interest to join the Mardi Gras Working Group please send an email outlining your interest to Danielle Tuwai at arts@gadigal.org.au

Once we receive your email we will contact you within 5 working days.

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