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Ebube Uba | Digital Diaspora – Impact Producing Workshop - Information & Cultural Exchange

Ebube Uba | Digital Diaspora – Impact Producing Workshop

Our Digital Diaspora crew got down to business with award winning producer Jackie Turnure as they took their film projects from production to impact and exploring every thought process in-between. The…Read More
“In Tongan we say mālie when we are incredibly proud..” | Winnie Dunn on Sweatshop Women: Volume One - Information & Cultural Exchange

“In Tongan we say mālie when we are incredibly proud..” | Winnie Dunn on Sweatshop Women: Volume One

Winnie Dunn is the General Manager of Sweatshop: Western Sydney Literacy Movement and she’s been leading the charge compiling and editing Sweatshop Women: Volume One, which launches officially on Frid…Read More
Olga Markovic’s All For Eve receives funding development from Screen Australia! - Information & Cultural Exchange

Olga Markovic’s All For Eve receives funding development from Screen Australia!

Olga Markovic’s drama/comedy series has just received funding through Screen Australia! Olga found out about the Screen Australia funding opportunities via our Hot Desk West initiative and we were so…Read More
Reimagining the everyday as the surreal | Q&A with Liana AKA Milkffish - Information & Cultural Exchange

Reimagining the everyday as the surreal | Q&A with Liana AKA Milkffish

We first came to know Liana when they participated in the All Girl Electronic workshops back in 2017. Since then we’ve watched Liana’s practice expand outwards and upwards as they explore sound and cr…Read More
The Milky Pop Kid takes on the world | Johanna Garvin - Information & Cultural Exchange

The Milky Pop Kid takes on the world | Johanna Garvin

The Milky Pop Kid is a well-travelled film, boasting a long and impressive hit list of film festivals and screenings; The Other Film Festival (Melbourne), ReelAbilities Film Festival’s North America P…Read More
From Strength to Strength | Hawanatu Bangura - Information & Cultural Exchange

From Strength to Strength | Hawanatu Bangura

Hawanatu Bangura is an Afro Australian writer, director and producer. We’ve always enjoyed following along as Hawanatu embarks on new and exciting film projects, so after taking out Best Director at t…Read More
Dark Comedy & Bright Ideas | Custom Made Writers’ Room Workshops - Information & Cultural Exchange

Dark Comedy & Bright Ideas | Custom Made Writers’ Room Workshops

October and November 2018 saw the latest two Custom Made Writers’ Room Workshops take place at I.C.E., with new narrative content brainstormed and plotted by teams of emerging screenwriters from Weste…Read More
Indian Feasting with Anamika and Community Minds - Information & Cultural Exchange

Indian Feasting with Anamika and Community Minds

Anamika is a woman of many talents; she is an artist, a performer, a facilitator and a brilliant cook. Most recently, Anamika hosted a special Indian Family Feasting event in partnership with Communit…Read More
My Life My Art | Films continue to reach new audiences - Information & Cultural Exchange

My Life My Art | Films continue to reach new audiences

Over the course of 2015 and 2016 I.C.E.’s My Life, My Art initiative saw the development of 10 short films featuring artists with a disability exploring facets of their art and practice whilst tacklin…Read More
A special guest at Spellbound Storytime - Information & Cultural Exchange

A special guest at Spellbound Storytime

The Spellbound Storytime program has had a really exciting term of learning and development. Professional storyteller Kiran Shah spent five weeks sharing her extensive storytelling knowledge with the…Read More
Entertaining the masses with Jerrah Patston - Information & Cultural Exchange

Entertaining the masses with Jerrah Patston

Club Weld Facilitator, Sam Worrad, had a chat to Jerrah Patston about what he’s been up to recently, including his upcoming show on Friday 28 September for Parramatta Pop Up: Friday Night Lights: You’…Read More
Reflecting on Manifesto for Tomorrow | Hassan - Information & Cultural Exchange

Reflecting on Manifesto for Tomorrow | Hassan

Manifesto for Tomorrow empowered Western Sydney youth as operational researchers and strategic advisers for the Art Gallery of NSW’s multi-million dollar expansion project, Sydney Modern (to be opened…Read More
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