Broome and the Kimberley play host to many amazing events - from the polo, rodeos, arts, opera, theatre, community events, music and more. We are excited to update you with the upcoming events below. These event details are provided as information only. Please check the event details, dates and times with the event organiser as details may have changed. The Broome Courthouse Markets are held in the beautiful heritage listed gardens of the Broome Courthouse. Started over 25 years ago by a small group of locals wishing to trade local product, they have grown to become a major tourist attraction in Broome and host up to creative stalls over the Dry Season.
Sounds of The Kimberley: Selected Artists Announced
Sounds of The Kimberley: Selected Artists Announced | WAM
Author WAM. The selection of acts was a challenging process, considering the high number of artists and the pre-set criteria applied, which included, geographical location, six age categories, genre, gender and experience. Artists were selected from remote communities and major centres. Sounds of The Kimberley is the second of nine new regional recording projects, that focus on skills and development opportunities for local sound engineers and artists, with workshops offered in tracking and mixing techniques, as well as acoustic design and treatment. The final compilation will be released in on CD and digital streaming platforms and serviced to radio and music media nationally. I have experience in playing guitar and piano, but my predominant instrument is my vocals.
Mark Bin Bakar
He is best known for his radio and television character, the acid-tongued Mary Geddarrdyu or Mary G, who has gained a national cult following and has been described as a Dame Edna Everage in thongs. She first featured on Bin Bakar's radio show in Broome at Radio Goolarri in where she tackled issues of domestic violence , sexual health and reconciliation , and was particularly popular with aboriginal women. The Mary G show has also travelled to rural and remote communities across the country, including an extensive tour right across W A. He is only able to combine these two activities because he carries a portable radio studio whenever he leaves home base in Broome. Bakar was the founder of Stompen Ground , a musical event that was held in Broome and televised nationally.
Bronwyn Carlson does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised this article contains names of deceased people. As my son and I arrived, we were greeted by a crowd of people dressed in their finest.