Blak Box

Exhibition and Shows

9 Jan 2019 to 2 Feb 2019

In Urban Theatre Projects’ Blak Box, elders and future leaders from Blacktown’s Aboriginal community invite audiences into a surround-sound listening pavilion, to hear stories and gain a deeper and broader understanding of contemporary Aboriginality.

In a 21st century campfire experience inspired by the concept of deep listening, a soundscape of music and storytellers ranges over thousands of years: a cross-generational dialogue bridging the past and the future.

After a successful opening season at Barangaroo, Blak Box moves to Blacktown – the largest Aboriginal community in Australia – for Sydney Festival. Blak Box is designed by award-winning architect Kevin O’Brien and the deep listening experience Four Winds is curated by Daniel Browning, with lighting by Karen Norris.

Auslan interpreted performance 19 January at 6pm.

Facilities

Caters for hearing impairment Family Friendly Free Wifi Public Toilet Shop Wheelchair access

Rates

From AU$35.00

+ booking fee

Event Times

9 Jan 2019 to 2 Feb 2019

Once Only Event

Venue

Blacktown Showground Precinct

Balmoral Street and Richmond Road, Blacktown, 2148

Nearby Accommodation

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Bed made with white linen next to window

Colyton Hotel

Colyton, Penrith

Quest Castle Hill Serviced Apartments

Quest Castle Hill Serviced Apartments

Castle Hill, The Hills Shire

Exterior

Adina Apartment Hotel Norwest Sydney

Baulkham Hills, The Hills Shire

Travellers are provided a unique high value experience with an emphasis on connectivity and community, combining complimentary wifi with high energy public spaces.

Atura Blacktown

Prospect, Blacktown

Bunk Room

Craig’s Place

Oxley Park, Penrith

Ensuite Queen Room

Cutmore Cottages Bed and Breakfast

Glenwood, Blacktown

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