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Kiriaki Koubaroulis

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Based in Sydney, Kiriaki Koubaroulis has worked in the creative industries in diverse roles within local government and non-profit sectors in both the visual and performing arts. Her interest in arts practices informed by cultural and linguistic diversity led her to establish Arts Diaspora Inc. (2011 – 2015), through which she produced cross-cultural concerts, community workshops and a children’s theatre show in key venues. Kiri holds a Bachelor of Music from the University of NSW and a Graduate Diploma in Arts Management/Creative and Cultural Industries Management from the University of Technology.

She writes a blog, Cultural Omnivore, devoted to cultural diversity in the arts.

Blak Box Four Winds
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ArchivedBlacktown Showground Precinct, Blacktown, Sydney 9 Jan - 2 Feb 2019

Blak Box Four Winds

Audrey review: What better time than now to listen deeply and hear the truth in the stories of First Nations people?

Since Ali Died
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ArchivedCourtyard Studio, Canberra Theatre Centre 30 Jan - 2 Feb 2019

Since Ali Died

Audrey review: True to the essence of the hip hop and spoken word genres it straddles, Since Ali Died is as personal as it is political.

Nick Cave: Until
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ArchivedCarriageworks, Eveleigh, Sydney 23 Nov - 3 Mar 2019

Nick Cave: Until

Audrey review: American artist Nick Cave's monumental installation inspires wonder, promises change.

Right Here. Right Now.
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ArchivedMain Street, Blacktown, Sydney 1 - 17 Nov 2018

Right Here. Right Now.

Audrey review: Urban Theatre Projects' ode to Blacktown makes heroes of everyday people and ordinary places.

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