PROGRAM
SEPTEMBER 13 - 29 2019

 

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FRI 13 | SAT 14 | SUN 15 | MON 16 | TUES 17 | WED 18 | THU 19 | FRI 20 | SAT 21 | SUN 22 |

MON 23 | TUE 24 |WED 25 | THU 26 | FRI 27 | SAT 28 | SUN 29 | CLOSING PARTY

DETAILED INFORMATION & REGISTRATIONS

O P E N I N G N I G H T
Opening Ceremony

ST KILDA TOWN HALL GARDEN (Carlisle St. St Kilda Town Hall)

6:15 pm
Arriving

6:30 pm
Speeches

7:00 pm (until 9 pm)
Start of mapping projection “Voice of the Earth”
An immersive experiential outdoor event. Mapping Projection displayed on the iconic ‘Toromeo’ tree - a 122-year old tree in the St Kilda Town Hall’s Garden. By Victor Holder, public artist

MOVE TO 4DIVERSE (Carlisle St. Adjacent to the Town Hall, above Vegilicious)

7:15 pm
Opening of “Formas de Vida” art group exhibition / Drinks and food
Latin American artists based in Australia will present their visions, perspectives, and experiences relating to the complex theme of ‘global environment’. Topics include the struggles for land by indigenous communities, political and community responses to climate change and their complex issues and solutions.

8:00 pm
Latin Live music

10 pm
Closing

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S A T U R D A Y 1 4 • 10:30 - 11:45 AM

VENEZUELA DEMO & DANCE
Caribay Dance Group & Rebel Stepz

JOIN US FOR A COLOURFUL MORNING OF DANCE & CULTURE AS WE IMMERSE OURSELVES IN THE MOVEMENT & MUSIC OF VENEZUELA. THIS EVENT INCLUDES A COLOURFUL DEMONSTRATION FOLLOWED BY A LIVELY DANCE CLASS FOR ALL!

Before we begin to dance, we'll connect with the dancers of Caribay Dance Group as they explain the culture and tradition behind Venezuelan Dance. We'll hear all about it's roots, origins and be given information about the various traditional styles such as Joropo, Baile de Tambor & Venezuelan Merengue.

Joropo - The Joropo is a musical style resembling the fandango, and an accompanying dance. It originated in Venezuelan territory, and has African, Native South American, and European influences. It is a fundamental genre of Venezuelan música criolla (creole music).

Baile de Tambor - Tambor is a coastal Afro-Venezuelan music and dance. It is a cultural manifestation originating in the slaves from Africa.

Venezuelan Merengue - Merengue is a musical form extending throughout all the Caribbean. The first occurrences of merengue in print in Venezuela are from scores of “dance merengue” of the second half of the 19th century. As a dance craze, merengue acquired popularity in Caracas during the 1920s.

Following the introduction, guests will receive a visual feast as our Venezuelan dancers give everyone a lively performance.
We'll keep the energy flowing as we all embark on a beginner friendly dance workshop that incorporates a blend of Venezuela's traditional dance styles & music.

DATES: Sat 14th September
TIME: 10.30 - 11.45 AM
WHERE: 4Diverse Hub 1/118A Carlisle Street, St Kilda 3182
(Enter through Vegelicious)
COST: Adults $25.50 Children aged 7 - 15 years $10.50
CONTACT: Rebel Stepz rebelstepz@gmail.com

S A T U R D A Y 1 4 • 2 SESSIONS FROM 11:00 AM TO 2:00 PM

SPANISH STORYTELLING & PUPPET MAKING WORKSHOP
Organised by 4DIVERSE AND EMERALD HILL PUBLIC LIBRARY & HERITAGE CENTRE
Delivered by Maria Alejandra Valenzuela (Chile)

Session 1: 11 am - 12 m / Session 2: 1 pm - 2 pm

Storytelling is the social and cultural experience of sharing stories with improvisation, theatrics, and embellishment of the spoken word. Every culture has its own stories or narratives, which are shared for entertainment, education, cultural preservation or instilling moral values. ‘Viva Book’ focuses on sharing the Latin American culture & literature with children and their families.

The storytelling of Viva Book will be delivered through "Oso en la Ciudad" (Bear in the city) by Stella Blackstone, a bilingual (Spanish-English), simple and lovely book for children.

After the Spanish Storytelling, children (inspired by the told story "Oso en la Ciudad”) will make puppets with recycled materials.


Facilitator: Maria Alejandra Valenzuela (Chile)
Time: Session 1: 11 am - 12 m / Session 2: 1 pm - 2 pm
Venue: Emerald Hill Public Library & Heritage Centre
Participants: 15 - 20

S U N D A Y 1 5 • 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM

FIESTA OF FEARLESS • Session 3/4 (Previous session: September 1 & 8)
Masks in Latin American traditions (Lecture and workshop)

Carnivals involving the tradition of mask making and wearing can be observed throughout Latin America and have become an iconic cultural feature of the region. The cultural origins of masks are diverse - native cultures wore ritual masks, African people brought to the Americas as slaves brought their own mask traditions, as did the Spanish and Portuguese colonisers. These cultural influences have shaped the faces of colourful and extravagant forms that accompany the festive, religious and liturgical traditions of Latin America.

This workshop explores the historical-social and artistic aspects of these traditions while participants learn to make masks with papier-mâché technique. The event will focus on Carnival Diablos, one of the most popular types of masks in Latin America which contains symbolic elements about life, death, the sacred, the festive and the rich syncretism of our cultures.

Facilitator: Gabriel Gonzalez (Chile)
Assistant: María Peña (Colombia) / Antonia Salazar (Colombia)
Duration: 16 Hours (4 sessions of 4 hours)
Location: 4Diverse Hub
Capacity: Up to 25 participants
Target: +15 y.o
Materials and facilities: Will be provided by 4Diverse Hub
Dates Sessions: Sundays September 1, 8, 15, and 22. 10:30 am - 2:30 pm
Fee: $ 90 (covers materials)
Registration: From July 14, 2019


SOMOS LA PALABRA / WE ARE THE WORD

Somos la Palabra (We are the word) is a four-series activity aimed at different targets: Pre-school children, primary school students, high school students, youth and adults.

These activities bring the non-Spanish-speaking community closer to literature and the Spanish and Portuguese language.

This segment will also involve public-writing workshops. We will publish the best works in a printed (book) and digital (electronic book) formats.


S U N D A Y 1 5 • 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM

PRESENTATION OF ´FOLIAJE´ - SPECIAL BILINGUAL EDITION

Organised by A Voz Limpia, Revarena Ediciones (Mexico), Casa cultura, 4Diverse

Hola Melbourne proudly celebrates the voices in our contemporary literature by presenting Foliaje 1: A Bilingual Anthology of Poetry and Short Stories, at 4Diverse. The presentation of the book will include brief readings from writers included in the anthology.

In a unique collaboration, A Voz Limpia, a Melbourne-based independent publisher and Revarena Ediciones based in Querétaro, Mexico have partnered to publish this book in collaboration with Hola Melbourne! Festival of Latin American Culture and Ideas.

The bilingual anthology showcasing the work of 12 poets and short story writers based in Australia and Mexico, writing around a common experience: Distance.

Foliaje 1 is a publication that showcases the work of 12 poets and short story writers based in Australia and Mexico, selected from the more than 40 submissions received between last November 2018 and January 2019. All texts are published in the original language that they were written in and then translated into English or Spanish accordingly. Foliaje is a unique literary collaboration giving voice to many previously unpublished authors and creating international bridges for collaboration and exchange.

The anthology features 6 poems and 6 short stories from Australia and Mexico, all written around the theme of ‘Distance’, establishing significant links between two contemporary literary scenes and, furthermore, offering multiple views on a common human experience. Authors include: from Australia - Abraham Alejandro Dunovits, Gracia Baldovino, Abel Galante, Tresa LeClerc, Sharon Mo, Daniel Sacchero and Devika Pandit; and from Mexico - Uriel Hernandez Gonzaga, Adrian Ortega Iturriaga, Alfredo Lozano, Haydee Iliana Munoz Velez and Rafael Volta.

Edited by Pilar Aguilera, Eyal Chipkiewicz and Alejandro Del Castillo and translated by Miles Hurrell, Angela Arias Sanchez, Marty Gleason, Raquel Barrio, Suzanne Robertson, Alejandra Ortiz Arenas, Maxi Blasic, @Alejandro Del Castillo and Eyal Chipkiewicz. Translations were carried out in collaboration with RMIT Social and Global Studies Centre and Global Studies Centre - Master of Translating and Interpreting.

VENUE: 4Diverse. 118A Carlisle St. St Kilda 3182
TIME: 4 - 8 PM


S U N D A Y 1 5 • 10:30 AM - 10:00 PM

FORMAS DE VIDA
ART GROUP EXHIBITION

VENUE: 4Diverse. 118A Carlisle St. St Kilda 3182
GALLERY OPENS: 10:30 AM - 10 PM

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FORMAS DE VIDA
ART GROUP EXHIBITION

VENUE: 4Diverse. 118A Carlisle St. St Kilda 3182
GALLERY OPENS: 5:00 PM - 9 PM

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FORMAS DE VIDA
ART GROUP EXHIBITION

Guided tours for community groups - see opening event for detailed information on the exhibit
VENUE: 4Diverse. 118A Carlisle St. St Kilda 3182
TIME: 11 - 3 PM (By appointment) Phone: 03 83957924 /Mobile: 0423878168

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W E D N E S D A Y 1 8 • 6:30 - 7:30 PM

LORO - STORYTELLING AND MUSIC FROM VENEZUELA

Cuatro maestro Jesus Camacho, and Latin Grammy award winning musician Daniel J Marquez

Event duration: 1 hour
On Wednesday 18 September 2019 at 6:30pm
LOCATION
St Kilda Library
150 Carlisle Street, St Kilda, Victoria 3182


The word 'LORO' is Spanish for 'Parrot'. The idea for the name derives from the hundreds of parrots that live in Venezuela, many of these as pets or a house guests. They often imitate our sounds and songs, and have become a part of our society, histories, and identity. The Loro Project is inspired by these colorful birds. Like them we aim to share our music, and stories. Experience story telling through traditional instruments like the Cuatro, Bandola Llanera, and Latin American Guitar (we have a long tradition of string instruments in Venezuela).

The Loro team is comprised of Cuatro maestro Jesus Camacho, and Latin Grammy award winning musician Daniel J Marquez, both Venezuelans now living in Melbourne.


FORMAS DE VIDA
ART GROUP EXHIBITION

Guided tours for community groups
VENUE: 4Diverse. 118A Carlisle St. St Kilda 3182
TIME: 11 - 3 PM (By appointment) Phone: 03 83957924 /Mobile: 0423878168

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T H U R S D A Y 1 9 • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM AT RMIT - City Campus

AS A PART OF THE SERIES OF PUBLIC LECTURES ´FROM THE ACADEMY TO OUR COMMUNITY´

JOURNEY TO THE ESSENCE OF MATTER: Australia, Mexico and how Synchrotron Technology is Changing the Frontiers of Knowledge.

In 2007 Australia began conducting experiments in its first synchrotron facility. Last November – after 20 years of lobbying – the state of Hidalgo approved $35 million to start building Mexico’s first synchrotron light source, with the assistance of Australia, Spain, the USA and Switzerland. Two out of the six members of the Mexican Synchrotron’s International Advisory Committee are Australians: Dr Victor del Rio and Professor Andrew Peele, who will join us at this Hola Melbourne Festival event to tell the fascinating behind-the-scenes story of Australia’s and Mexico’s Synchrotrons and how these ‘Big Science’ projects are revolutionizing the frontiers of knowledge and creating new collaborative relationships between our countries.

SPEAKERS:

Prof. Andrew Peele
Professor Peele was appointed Director of ANSTO’s Australian Synchrotron in November 2013. He is also an adjunct Professor of Physics at La Trobe with previous roles at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Centre and is a practicing solicitor.

Dr Victor Del Rio
Dr Del Rio is an expert in strategy, crisis media, crisis communication and organisational resilience, with strong links to universities and a background in issues related to migration and the way migrants integrate into Australian society. Dr Del Rio is the Coordinator of the International Advisory Committee working towards building the first synchrotron in México (a US$500 million initiative).

Dr Elizabeth Kath (Session Chair)
Dr Kath is a Senior Lecturer in global studies at the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies at RMIT University. She teaches and researches in Latin American studies, and has a deep interest in Australia's engagement with Latin America, which was the focus of a pioneering book – Australian-Latin American Relations: New Links in A Changing Global Landscape (Palgrave, 2016). Elizabeth's work has been published in many academic journals and books and presented at international conferences around the world.

FORMAS DE VIDA
ART GROUP EXHIBITION

Guided tours for community groups
VENUE: 4Diverse. 118A Carlisle St. St Kilda 3182
TIME: 11 - 3 PM (By appointment) Phone: 03 83957924 /Mobile: 0423878168

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F R I D A Y 2 0 • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

PÁJAROS DE PAPEL (PAPER BIRDS)

A JOURNEY OF WRITING AND POSTING LETTERS IN RETRO STYLE IN SPANISH, ENGLISH, or SPANGLISH!
*with LIVE LATIN MUSIC*

As a part of the SERVICIO POSTAL that runs throughout the Hola Melbourne Festival program, "Pájaros de Papel" is an event that provides a unique opportunity to practice your Spanish or English, and let your language blossom as we write letters in retro style. Using a vintage typewriter, a fountain-pen, or a simple pencil, write letters of love and appreciation to your friends, lovers, secret crushes, or whomever your heart desires! Our trusty postal clerks will guide you, and then help you to stamp your sealed letters and get them to their lucky recipients! Pájaros de papel can’t sing but they can make your imagination fly!

For more info about Hola Melbourne's SERVICIO POSTAL: https://www.facebook.com/events/358700701708960/

Coordinators: Dr Elizabeth Kath and Sofia Viegas


VENUE: 4Diverse. 118A Carlisle St. St Kilda 3182
TIME: 6:30 - 9:30 PM


F R I D A Y 2 0 • 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM

FORMAS DE VIDA
ART GROUP EXHIBITION

Guided tours for community groups
VENUE: 4Diverse. 118A Carlisle St. St Kilda 3182
TIME: 11 - 3 PM (By appointment) Phone: 03 83957924 /Mobile: 0423878168

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S A T U R D A Y 2 1 • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

"…AND THE WORLD EMERGED, ANYWAY"
STORYTELLING & ILLUSTRATION WORKSHOP

AIMED AT Children  (9 to12 years old)

Cultures around the world have their own creation stories, or visions of how the world began. The indigenous people of the Americas have many of these visions and stories.

The workshop "The world emerged, anyway" explores the origins of the world according to three distant peoples of pre-Columbian America, and how they developed.

Thus, we find the Popol Vuh of the Mayan culture, Amalivaca of the indigenous Tamanacos in Venezuela and the story of Ten Ten and Kai Kai from Mapuche culture of Chile.

The workshop consists of two parts: the first is a reading of these three cosmogonist visions adapted for children; the second is an illustration workshop based on these stories. The results of the illustrations will be published in an electronic book uploaded to HOLA MELBOURNE website.

COORDINATORS: Pedro Holder (Venezuela), Leticia Renteria (Mexico)

FACILITATORS OF THE READINGS: Community story tellers (TBC)

FACILITATORS OF ILLUSTRATION WORKSHOPS María Peña (Colombia) / Susana Rivas (El Salvador) /

PARTICIPANTS: 20-25

VENUE: 4Diverse Hub

DATE: September, Saturday 21
TIME: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
VENUE: 4Diverse. 118A Carlisle St. St Kilda 3182


FORMAS DE VIDA
ART GROUP EXHIBITION

GALLERY OPENS: 11:00 AM - 10 PM

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S U N D A Y 2 2 • 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM

FIESTA OF FEARLESS • Session 4/4 (Previous session: September 1 & 8)
Masks in Latin American traditions (Lecture and workshop)

Carnivals involving the tradition of mask making and wearing can be observed throughout Latin America and have become an iconic cultural feature of the region. The cultural origins of masks are diverse. Native cultures wore ritual masks, African people brought to the Americas as slaves brought their own mask traditions, as did the Spanish and Portuguese colonisers. These cultural influences have shaped the faces of colourful and extravagant forms that accompany the festive, religious and liturgical traditions of Latin America.

This workshop explores the historical-social and artistic aspects of these traditions while participants learn to make masks with papier-mâché technique. The event will focus on Carnival Diablos, one of the most popular types of masks in Latin America which contains symbolic elements about life, death, the sacred, the festive and the rich syncretism of our cultures.

Facilitator: Gabriel Gonzalez (Chile)
Assistant: María Peña (Colombia) / Antonia Salazar (Colombia)
Duration: 16 Hours (4 sessions of 4 hours)
Location: 4Diverse Hub
Capacity: Up to 25 participants
Target: +15 y.o
Materials and facilities: Will be provided by 4Diverse Hub
Dates Sessions: Sundays September 1, 8, 15, and 22. 10:30 am - 2:30 pm
Fee: $ 90 (covers materials)
Registration: From July 14, 2019


FORMAS DE VIDA
ART GROUP EXHIBITION

GALLERY OPENS: 2 - 10 PM

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FROM THE ACADEMY TO OUR COMMUNITY

Delivered by researchers from RMIT University,School of Global, Urban and Social Studies

HOLA MELBOURNE! is carrying out several academic seminars in collaboration with a group of researchers and lecturers from RMIT UNIVERSITY, School of Global, Urban and Social Studies. The academics will deliver a program of informative public workshops that explore how Australian and Latin American communities might learn from each other’s local approaches to common global issues (including urban planning, environmental care, community building, migration, and the arts.)

VENUE: 4Diverse. 118A Carlisle St. St Kilda 3182
TIME: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

COORDINATOR: Dr Elizabeth Kath. Senior Lecturer, School of Global, Urban and Social Studies. Program Manager, Bachelor of Arts (International Studies). RMIT University, City Campus.

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FORMAS DE VIDA
ART GROUP EXHIBITION

Guided tours for community groups
VENUE: 4Diverse. 118A Carlisle St. St Kilda 3182
TIME: 11 - 3 PM (By appointment) Phone: 03 83957924 /Mobile: 0423878168

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MEDITATION WITH LATIN AMERICAN SHAMANIC CHANTS

A one-off special gathering with a Shamanic Ikaros chantings circle, an ancestral Latin American singing meditation. 

Honouring the 4 elements with 4 special guests: 4 Traditional Healers Ikaros singers and Light Workers.

40 limited spaces
TIME: 7 to 9:30 pm
VENUE: 4Diverse. 118A Carlisle St. St Kilda 3182

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T H U R S D A Y 2 6 • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

A FEW WORDS MANY MEANINGS
Contemporary Latin America short story

AIMED AT Young people  (14 to 18)

A workshop for young people interested in literature, Latin American culture, and Spanish language learners. The goal is to connect young people with some of the current cultural and everyday values in Latin American context through literature and then create a written piece inspired in what the short story suggests.

Participants: 18
Facilitator: Leticia Renteria
Duration: 2 hours
TIME: 11 am to 1 pm
VENUE: 4Diverse. 118A Carlisle St. St Kilda 3182


FORMAS DE VIDA
ART GROUP EXHIBITION

GALLERY OPENS: 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

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FRIDAY 27 • 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

FORMAS DE VIDA
ART GROUP EXHIBITION

Guided tours for community groups
VENUE: 4Diverse. 118A Carlisle St. St Kilda 3182
TIME: 11 - 3 PM (By appointment) Phone: 03 83957924 /Mobile: 0423878168

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C O L O M B I A F U L L D A Y

S A T U R D A Y 2 8 • 10:15 AM - 11:30 AM

AFRO COLOMBIAN WAKE UP & TUNE IN
DELIVERED BY REBEL STEPZ & KAREN BRAVO


THIS CULTURAL DANCE WORKSHOP PROVIDES US WITH AN OPPORTUNITY TO WAKE UP & TUNE IN TO A FORM OF TRADITIONAL DANCE.
WE WILL HONOUR OUR BODIES THROUGH CULTURE, DANCE, & MUSIC.

In the South Pacific Coast of Colombia, Music & Dance brings the community together.
The Colombian community seeks to remain united, creating ties of cooperation through the joy of traditional music and movement, a way of expressing joy, sorrow and passion.

Karen Bravo will begin the workshop with an introduction for our guests, explaining the following:
- The meaning of the body movements and symbolic imagery.
- The instruments and songs as an essential components of Afro Colombian Dance.
- Individual meaning of the instruments & narrative of the songs.

Guests will use Afro- Colombian traditional dance and music to reclaim their body & power, dancing intentionally to activate healing, energy and intuition, allowing your soul to liberate itself and express.

We will also explore the sound and the meaning of the instruments; Bombo, Cununo, Marimba and Guasa.
Each instrument will help to develop the physical movements that represent the sound of each instrument. This will inspire participants to create a dance sequence with a meaningful narrative.

Open to all (kids aged 7+).
No dance experience necessary.

DATES: Sat 28th September
TIME: 10.15 - 11.30 AM
WHERE: 4Diverse Hub 1/118A Carlisle Street, St Kilda 3182
(Enter through Vegilicious)
COST: Adults $25.50 Children aged 7 - 15 years $10.50
CONTACT: Rebel Stepz rebelstepz@gmail.com

S A T U R D A Y 2 8 • 2:30 PM - 7:30 PM
 
RITUALISTIC SEFL MOVEMENT DANCE WORKSHOP
DELIVERED BY KATHLEEN GONZALEZ

Kathleen Gonzalez is a Melbourne-based Colombian experimental artist, ethnodance writer, dance maker and performer, cultural producer, founder and artistic director of "Tunjos y Cantaros". Ethnologic Dance Company.

The facilitator will be contributing with individual and small group experience of a conceptual dancing method. It focuses on the depth to understand similarities of the multiple meanings of the sacred manifestations from ancient traditions and rituals.
Incorporating several tasks, the attendees will be guided to embodied those very unique revelations from the diversity of social or cultural backgrounds forms.

Be prepared to feel your body awaken while moving all your energy through the art of dance. Feelings, sensations and emotions come together in a sensible and expressive manner through the body. The movement will be showing its rooted spirituality context.
This is an opportunity to find its own interpretation into the authentic-movement expression; Confronting the intimacy encountering within the inner and outer self being.

The workshop is suitable to any performing arts practitioner to sense ritual meaning into the body. All of us together will be get nurtured and inspired through this personal and creative corporal movements understanding.

DATES: September 28th, 2019
TIME: 2:30 PM - 7:30 PM
WHERE: 118A Carlisle st. St Kilda 3182
COST: $90
CAPACITY: 12 pax
BOOKING: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/ritualistic-self-movement-dance-workshop-with-kathleen-gonzalez-tickets-64287237859
CONTACT: profundoslegados@gmail.com


S A T U R D A Y 2 8 • 8:00 PM - 11:59 PM
 
UNA FIESTA BACANA!
PERFECT AUSTRALIAN-COLOMBIAN FUSION
PERFORMED BY DJ MUISCAYA & DJ MISS GABRIELLE

MUISCAYA (Colombia) brings Caribbean rhythms like Salsa, Cumbia and Champeta meets House and Reggae to make all ´Holamelbourians´ warm-up winter. MISS GABRIELLE (Australia) joins the party by playing her passionate bits of tribal techno, latin infused house and many delicious genres from around the world.LA FIESTA BACANA is the opportunity to enjoy food and special drinks to celebrate the richness of the Colombian Culture.

FORMAS DE VIDA
ART GROUP EXHIBITION

GALLERY OPENS: 11 - 3 PM / 7-10 PM


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FORMAS DE VIDA
ART GROUP EXHIBITION

GALLERY OPENS: 6 -10 PM


MARACATU DRUMS WORKSHOP

VENUE: 4Diverse. 118A Carlisle St. St Kilda 3182
TIME: 2 - 4 PM


THE FINAL FIESTA OF FEARLESS
CARNIVAL PARADE IN CARLISLE STREET
Maracatu, mask, dance

STARTING POINT: 4Diverse. 118A Carlisle St. St Kilda 3182
TIME: 4:30 - 6 PM

CLOSING PARTY

 

SUPPORTED BY

4DIVERSE gratefully acknowledges the support of the City of Port Phillip Local Festivals Fund AND RMIT UNIVERSITY for making HOLA melbourne! 2019 possible

4DIVERSE also acknowledges the support and commitment of partners includinG A voz limpia, revarena ediciones, casa cultura, ETHNODANCEOLOGY, and st kilda art community in the realisation
of HOLA melbourne! 2019