01 Sep

In Conversation With Bunna Lawrie

Bunna Lawrie

Marty Doyle

01 Sep
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
107 Projects
Free/RSVP Buy Tickets

Bunna Lawrie, the frontman, rhythm guitarist and founding member of ARIA-winning Aboriginal rock band Coloured Stone will sit down for an intimate and enlightening conversation about his award-winning career, life and conservation efforts. A respected elder of the Mirning people from the Coastal Nullabor, Bunna is the primary songwriter of the band. Throughout the years Bunna Lawrie has led Coloured Stone to numerous ARIA nominations, winning best Indigenous Album at the 1987 ARIA Awards. This year, Coloured Stone will be celebrating 40 years touring and performing at events like the Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games, Edinburgh Festival and WOMADelaide.

 

Getting there:

 

VENUE

107 Projects

107 Redfern Street, Redfern, NSW

For a map click here

 

TRAIN

Redfern Station is about an 2 minute walk from 107 Projects

 

BUS

There are several bus routes that will get you to 107, with stops on Regent (2min walk) and Redfern Street (30 sec walk)

Buses: 305, 308, 309, 310

 

MORE

For further advice on how to get to 107 Projects, please visit https://transportnsw.info/

 

BICYCLE

There are bike lanes in Redfern with parking available on the surrounding streets.

 

Parking

There is limited street parking on Redfern Street and the surrounding roads. Please keep in mind these spaces are time restricted and patrolled regularly.

 

Access

107 Projects has an access ramp and lift as well as full accessible restrooms on the bottom floor.

 

Conditions of Entry

Patrons over the age of 18 can enter with a ticket/RSVP.

Please do not bring any outside food or drinks.

 

DO NOT BRING

Illict substances, weapons, pets, antisocial behaviour, alcohol

 

**Please note this event is being recorded. By attending, you agree to possibly being filmed or having your photo taken for future website and promotional use.

 

Please be wary of mobile phone use during The Conversation, we are trying to create an atmosphere open for conversation and education so would appreciate if you did not use your phones (other than photography) **