September Week 4
Monday 27th Sept, Wednesday 29th Sept and Friday 1st Oct.
6.00pm to 6.30pm via Zoom Only.
Book on this page for all three performances at one price.
27 September - 6:00pm to 6:30pm via zoom
Kerri Bibi Barba was born in Roma and raised in Liverpool, Sydney, Australia and is a well know artist from the Durumal/ Birri Gubi tribe in North Queensland.
Working as a professional artist for decades and work with ’the Artists in The Black´ national coordinator for Arts Law of Australia has exposed Bibi to the constant misuse of cultural protocols and misappropriations of Australian Indigenous Culture and practices. Her aim is to push for better legal protection against the severe misuse and exploitation of Australian Indigenous people’s ancient traditions, whilst sharing her own cultural and expressions knowledge through her artwork.
29 September - 6:00pm-6:30pm via zoom
Patricia Adjei is a Wuthathi, Mabuiag Islander and Ghanaian woman from Warrane/ Sydney. She has a Bachelor of Arts and Law from UNSW and previously was the Indigenous engagement manager at the Copyright Agency l Viscopy. She is also a 2018 Churchill fellowship recipient, investigating the practical application of laws in the USA and Panama that protect Indigenous cultural rights.
In 2010, Patricia worked at the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) in Geneva as the 2010 Indigenous Intellectual Property Law Fellow. Trish also previously worked as a lawyer at the Arts Law Centre of Australia and National Indigenous TV. She is also a published author, having written several articles, essays and a chapter on Indigenous cultural intellectual property rights.
1 October - 6:00pm-6:30pm via zoom
Dr Terri Janke became a lawyer to advance the social justice of Indigenous Australians. She is of Meriam and Wuthathi heritage and is the owner and managing director of Terri Janke and Company, an award winning legal and consulting firm founded in 2000.
The team at Terri Janke and Company strive to empower Indigenous people to manage their culture and attain their business goals. The key to Indigenous self-determination is being able to control and manage your future.
12 noon on 27th September. Bookings Essential.
Zoom link will be sent on the day.
Please note: Weekly subscription bookings will be closed at 3 pm on the day of each program. Payments after the closing time will be applied on the next session and you will receive the Zoom invitation for the following schedule.
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