.: MAAS Indigenous Science Festival :.
In studio today for Science Week we had Trawlwoolway Woman Angie Abdilla who is the Founder & CEO of Old Ways New as well as Kier Winesmith who is a digital leader, strategist and theorist who has been working at the intersection of digital, culture and place for the last 15 years. They talked about their areas of work and the different and integral perspective they have upon science that differentiates them from others.
WHEN: 17th of August, 10am - 5pm
WHERE: Powerhouse Museum, 500 Harris St, Ultimo NSW 2007, Australia
TICKETS: Adult: $80 Concession: $60
LINK FOR TICKET PURCHASE: https://sa2.seatadvisor.com/sabo/servlets/TicketRequest?eventId=100964827&presenter=AUPMUSEUM&venue=&event=&version=&tck=true
MORE INFO: https://sydneyscience.com.au/2019/event/maas-indigenous-sciences-symposium-2019/
.: Nitty Gritty with Cameron Little and special guest Jimmy Halfcut:.
Cameron Little from the Sydney Sustainability Centre and his friend and activist Jimmy Halfcut came in to chat about upcoming events around Sydney that we can get involved in to help with conservation as well as the deforestation crisis. Cameron spoke about the Footprints Ecofestival that he's involved in and Jimmy spoke about his charity half-cut. Jimmy doesn't have the face for radio as one could only hear the half beard he has!
WHAT: Footprints Ecofestival
WHEN: Sunday 25th of August, 11am - 3pm
WHERE: Whites Creek Valley Park, corner Piper and Smith Streets, Annadale
MORE INFO: https://www.innerwest.nsw.gov.au/explore/whats-on/events-in-detail/footprints-ecofestival?fbclid=IwAR16fJc_FKFo6-wpEZN2oDVtNk2XbXTbGB6sF1dJfsFp-iIbHtvTc3eblOk
HALF CUT DONATION SITE INFO: https://halfcut.org/
.: Diggin' Dad's Records :.
It's that record that anyone with any Irish heritage no matter how small would have heard at family christmas or get togethers. That album for dingy bars, late nights with empty bottles of rum. Yep that right, it was The Pogues album Rum Sodomoy & the Lash.
This is an Australian track.
This is a local artist.