A series celebrating First Nations queer artists, thinkers and communities.
Koori Gras is a series of creative cultural arts events featuring local, interstate and international First Nations queer artists, thinkers and communities.
Image credit: Jamie James
3pm – 4pm
After exploring the 2020 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras theme, WHAT MATTERS, during a week-long writing intensive at Carriageworks, five emerging LGBTQI+ black artists will present their newly-developed works as public readings. Free event, registrations required.
7pm – 11pm
Sydney’s most prestigious Blak drags and drag kings return for your beloved performance event, Blak Nulla.
This year will see the return of all your favourites in one venue, including local elder, Nana Miss Koori, Darwin celebrity, Miss Ellaneous, radio personality, Felicia Fox, drag kings, Bran New Boy and Bedazzled Shanks—the prince of Redfern—along with Nova Gina and many more.
The ultimate queer Koori takeover! Spotlighting deadly artists from our First Nations community, join the ultimate queer Koori takeover at the Festival. Celebrating emerging and beloved performers and personalities, keep the party going after Sissy Ball ’til late. Find out more here.
Koori Kick On is supported by First Nations Rainbow.
|Sat 22 Feb||3pm - 11pm|
This is a free event. Registrations required.
Community tickets available at the door.
$6 transaction fee applies.
Contains nudity, violence, coarse language, adult themes and sexual references.