National Indigenous Art Fair - Postponed
This First Nations art market will arrive at The Rocks just in time for NAIDOC Week.
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UPDATE, June 22, 2021: The National Indigenous Art Fair has been postponed until next year notice due to the rise in COVID-19 cases in Sydney. For further information, head to the event's website.
The National Indigenous Art Fair will return to the Sydney Harbour foreshore this July to showcase creations from First Nations artists, designers and makers for its third annual art market. And it's arriving just in time for NAIDOC Week 2021.
From 10am–4pm Saturday, July 3 and Sunday, July 4, the Overseas Passenger Terminal will be bursting with art, performances, panel discussions, food, interactive ghost net weaving circles and sculptural installations aligned with this year's NAIDOC Week theme — Heal Country.
At the ethical marketplace, there'll be more than 50 stallholders from remote Art Centres and Sydney's Blak Market where you can purchase art, handmade jewellery, homewares, food and more. All proceeds go directly back to the artist and First Nations communities.
You can also check out cooking demonstrations, participate in workshops and enjoy the live music and dance performances.
The National Indigenous Art Fair will take place from 10am–4pm on Saturday, July 3–Sunday, July 4. For more information, visit the website.
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