The Koorie Night Market (KNM) is a moveable Aboriginal festival celebrating and promoting Koorie arts and culture. A range of hand made arts, crafts, workshops and services are offered by Indigenous stallholders, accompanied by well known Indigenous musicians and performers. With a vibrant atmosphere, the markets are integral to upholding reconciliation and bridging between Aboriginal and mainstream communities.
As an arts support, advocacy and mobile arts centre, KNM pioneers new ground for Indigenous community-cultural arts and generates new spaces for Indigenous expression. The KNM is renowned for its innovation, quality and cultural richness.
The markets provide an evocative cross-cultural learning experience to the general public. They provide a direct, inter-active experience of the artist and their various works. Very few places exist in the Australian landscape where consumers can meet; listen to and learn about; communicate and connect with a range of Indigenous artists; and – importantly- purchase arts and crafts directly from the makers.
Operation Cleft, an international project of the Rotary Club of Box Hill Central, raises funds to provide free cleft lip and cleft palate repair surgery for underprivileged children in Bangladesh. We “Gift a Smile for Life”.
Meets monthly - fundraising and discussion group.
The Rotary Opportunity Shop is a major fundraiser for the Rotary Club of Box Hill to provide funds for community services.
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