What a great way to celebrate NAIDOC Week 2021. Support Indigenous designers and artists from across Australia at a Boomalli Pop-Up Shop, Broadway Sydney, corner Parramatta Rd & Bay St, Broadway. This is the second year running Indigenous designers will offer a unique opportunity to shop for art, ceramic, clothes, accessories, jewellery, textile, homewares, and much more, with support from Broadway Sydney,
Visit the store on Level 3 between Saturday 10 and Saturday 24 July 2021 and show your support. The pop-up store will be open on the following days and hours.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday: 10am – 6pm
Thursday: 10am – 7pm
Sunday : 10am – 5pm
See here for a list of featured artists. Broadway Sydney recognises the cultural richness of our First Nations people and this year's activities at Broadway signify the coming together of communities, including theirs on Gadigal land, in an effort to Heal Country. See video below, showcasing the 12.5m hand-painted banner by Kamilaroi and Jerrinja Artist Jasmine Sarin. Working with Glebe Youth Service and Glebe Public School, local students and attendees provided meaningful markings and bespoke symbols that have been added to the overarching artwork by Jasmine.
The idea, now completed, is that everyone involved including the wider community can come in to view the installation and feel an instant connection, not only to the artwork but to the meaning behind NAIDOC and this year's theme. This banner will continue to hang in the atrium of Broadway Sydney for the next couple of months so that everyone has the chance to enjoy it. Stay in touch in regard to updates and adhere to government rulings for safety.