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Carnival of the Bold - Vivid Sydney 2015

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The Bold and the Beautiful
It's Big. It's Bold. It's Brilliant.

Carnival of the Bold is back as part of Vivid Sydney 2015 and promises an outstanding line-up of artists to entertain, engage and entice you to participate in the quest for social change.

Works highlighting cultural awareness, indigenous rights, sexuality, gender equality, diversity, feminism, youth and marginalised communities will form part of the conversation led by seven great artists who bring their unique talents, voices and perspectives to these themes.

The artists gracing the 2015 stage are:

carnival of the bold vivid sydney 2015
Outstanding line-up of artists performing at the 2015 Carnival of the Bold
- Candy Bowers hip hop artist and writer/performance maker
- Mayu Kanamori Japanese-Australian storyteller and photographer
- Luka Lesson Spoken word artist/rapper
- PoeTribe Indigenous spoken word duo
- Rani Pramesti Indonesian-Australian theatre maker
- Fadia Abboud Arab-Australian filmmaker
- Busty Beatz Sound artist and performer

These artists use their art to enrich our cultural identity, explore shared values, spark imagination and empower communities. With Carnival of the Bold as their platform, they aspire and inspire to find the will and the way to force social change in sustainability, poverty, justice, peace, human rights, equality, education and well-being helping to shape our world and future.

Carnival of the Bold is the perfect partnership for Vivid 2015 Enlightening you to help light the path to social change.

For more information, go to the event website.

Bookings: Buy your tickets here

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Why? Because being bold will boost social change
When: Saturday, 6 June 2015, 3pm-5pm
Where: Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA)
Cost: $35
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