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Kuchipudi Narthanam is a showcase of the rich South Indian classical dance tradition, Kuchipudi. This performance features one of Kuchipudi’s leading exponents, Vanaja Dasika - niece of the legendary Kuchipudi…Find out more »
Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia’s biennial conference PURPOSE. LEADERSHIP. PROGRESS: 40 years and beyond, taking place in Hobart Tasmania on 9 - 11 October 2019. Learn about new…Find out more »
In 1492 a decree was made by the Spanish King Ferdinand & Isabella that all Jewish people must convert to Catholicism, leave the country or die! Ballarat Speakers Club member,…Find out more »
To celebrate Mental Health Week, Ballarat Community Health are hosting a FREE Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Class with Michelle Bowler. The class will include a short presentation from Sue Walker, an advocate…Find out more »
Presented by City of Ballarat Intercultural Ambassadors, FAABI and FASCOBI. Everyone is invited to join. Let's do the moves and make ourselves healthy and fit! Cost: $5 per session Dates:…Find out more »
Storytelling and skills development workshop for diverse voices. Do you want to tell your own story? In this workshop series Storyteller Sista Zai Zanda will take you through story crafting…Find out more »
DINNER - DISCOURSE - DANCE Join INTERKULTURA Patron Craig Foster, former Matilda and Olympian Tal Karp, Corporate Sponsors and NGO Supporters at the Gala Triple D Eve! Amazing world food…Find out more »
Football championship for players of asylum-seeker and refugee background from emerging ethnic communities primarily in rural and regional Victoria with Craig Foster and Hakeem Al-Araibi. All welcome, all day with…Find out more »
This special event of speakers and discussion groups is a day to honour and celebrate the great contributions of John Molony in his early days as a priest in the…Find out more »
Ballarat Regional Multicultural Council respectfully acknowledges the Wadawurrung and Dja Dja Wurrung people, their elders and community leaders, past, present and emerging
– traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work.
BRMC actively promotes intercultural and interfaith harmony. We help build inclusive and diverse communities and economies.
We work with members and partners to strengthen diversity and social cohesion in regional Victoria.