How many Aboriginal languages were spoken in Australia prior to European settlement?
Find out at BlakWiz; a fun night of trivia and musical performances by Aboriginal artists to celebrate Reconciliation Week 2017.
Join Kwiz Masters Jason Tamiru and Kerrie Loveless to test your knowledge about Aboriginal culture, history, music and politics. Learn more about Australia’s First People and have some laughs along the way. Featuring honoured guest and one of the nation’s most respected and enduring legends of stage and screen, Uncle Jack Charles and star of Black Comedy and Redfern Now, singer and composer, Elaine Crombie.
Book in a team of 4 or 6 people or join a team on the night to be in the running to win the BlakWiz Cup!
This is an alcohol free event. Light snacks and drinks will be provided. Age 15+
This is a free event. Bookings are essential and tickets are limited. Please bring a ticket with you to this event.
Doors open at 6:30pm.
BlakWiz is sponsored by the Thomas, Samuel and George Ewing Trust in partnership with Yarra City Arts and Council’s Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group.