Held on Saturday 24 October at Fairfield City Museum and Gallery, this special event will commence at 5pm and showcase a diverse selection of engaging Iraqi short films, including animation, drama, documentary and comedy.
Each short film will allow you to immerse yourself in one of the world's oldest cultures, with involving stories of strength, hope and survival.
The screening will be complemented by Iraqi folkloric music by Bashar, Martin and Yousif from the Choir of Love and Children's craft activities facilitated by Artist Nicole Barakat.
Traditional Iraqi tea, coffee and food will also be available for purchase.
Deepen your connections to Iraqi stories and cultures at this special event.
All are welcome to attend and there are no age restrictions.
To make a booking, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9609 3993.
For more information on this upcoming, event, please visit www.livingmuseum.com.au.
Fairfield City Museum and Gallery is an initiative of Fairfield City Council.
An associated event of the 1001 Nights in Fairfield: Little Baghdad exhibition (which runs until 16 November), which is a partnership between Fairfield City Museum, STARTTS and Powerhouse Youth Theatre.