An exhibition of photos and stories by Mira Lemberg
Wednesday December 10, 6pm, Theatrette Foyer, NSW Parliament House
STARTTS proudly presents a collection of photos and stories exploring the lives, hopes and dreams of refugee teenage girls in Australia.
In their own words, and accompanied by full length portraits, twelve girls share candid reflections on their refugee story, family, relationships and fitting in to Australian society. Artist Mira Lemberg photographed these girls – all of whom are STARTTS clients – and worked collaboratively with them to help them shape their stories, resulting in a series of beautiful portraits and heartfelt writings.
Join us at the opening night on December 10, to mark International Human Rights Day. The exhibition runs from 8 – 12 December.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or (02) 9794 1900
With thanks to the City of Sydney, Red Cross and the Hon. Barbara Perry MP
Family friendly choral-singing event
Sunday December 21, 4pm, Riverside Theatres Parramatta (FREE)
STARTTS is thrilled to present an enchanting family friendly choral singing event to mark the start of this year’s festive season.
Choirs formed from refugee and multicultural communities in Sydney will lend their voices to a repertoire spanning continents, cultures and centuries, from Iraqi sacred music to songs of freedom from the world’s newest country, South Sudan.
Up to 100 performers showcase the power of the human voice and its expression around the world in a joyous celebration of life and the healing power of music.
Performers include the ‘Choir of Love’ (Arabic Choral Music), South Sudanese Women’s Performance Group, Bosnian Women’s ‘Blue River Choir’, Spanish Speaking Choir, guest artists Annette Tesoriero and Elia Bosshard, plus special guests.
FREE, but bookings essential via Riverside Theatres Box Office: 8839 3399 or www.riversideparramatta.com.au
Once again STARTTS is working with Amnesty International to put together a panel of interesting guests to discuss torture in the world today.
Speakers include Dr Kiran Grewal from Sydney University, Ed Santow, CEO of the Public Interest Advocacy Centre and our own Mohamed Dukuly. MC’d by Richard Ackland, it is sure to spark debate and, we hope, action on torture.
6pm – 8pm, Wednesday 25th June
Lvl 3 Event space, Central Building, 28 Broadway, Chippendale.
We celebrated this remarkable milestone on the 6th of December, where 750 of our supporters joined us for a joyful and inspiring look at 25 years of work with trauma and torture survivors.
See photos, videos, speeches and more on our website here.
STARTTS’ innovative Neurofeedback program trains the brain to overcome the impacts of trauma – click here to see our work featured on ABC TV’s Catalyst program.
Have movies and media influenced our perceptions of and opinions about torture?
Join us for a discussion panel with Jason di Rosso, Cynthia Banham and A/Prof Fleur Johns. MC’d by Richard Ackland. 27 June, 6:30pm. Read more.
Dance Africa Dance – Blending traditional African dance with contemporary Australian styles in a unique performance.
Dance Africa Dance, in a sold out performance at Riverside Theatres Parramatta, showcased work from various Sydney-based African Australian dance groups, and demonstrated the breadth of skill and talent in the community.
As this is a Google translation service, users may find some word difference exists in the translation.
152 - 168 The Horsley Drive,
Carramar NSW 2163