Twilight Blak Markets returns to the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence on Thursday 1 April with a unique range of gifts, art, jewellery and more.
Twilight Blak Markets is the place to buy authentic products, knowing that 100% of the profits go back into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Held in the heart of Redfern at NCIE, Twilight Blak Markets will run on Thursday 1 April from 5pm to 8pm at 180 George St, Redfern.
Head over for a celebration of First Nations culture and arts. The event will start with a Smoking Ceremony from Tribal Warrior followed by a performance from Brolga Dance Academy. Local legend Aunty Beryl Van Oploo will also be giving a cooking demonstration, showcasing First Nations ingredients and flavours with chef, restaurateur, author and television presenter, Kylie Kwong
First Hand Solutions CEO Peter Cooley said they are proud to proud to partner with NCIE for a second time to run the Twilight Blak Markets. “We double the impact when Blak organisations work together to improve opportunities for Indigenous business,” Mr Cooley said.
Blak Markets is a project of First Hand Solutions, a social enterprise which provides economic development opportunities, as well as training and employment for Aboriginal people. This COVID-safe event is proudly presented by NCIE, in association with Blak Markets and supported by City of Sydney. Come and support Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander businesses, see some great performances, and grab some delicious food and gifts!
180 George St, Redfern