by Phoebe Repeti

Image credit: Narjis Mirza. Lalai, 2022, pen and digital drawing.

Lullaby Singing Project

Tuesday 22 August
10.30 am and 11.30 am
Max Webber Library

Call out

Local artist Narjis Mirza is seeking women of Blacktown City and neighbouring areas to take part in the Lullaby Singing Project.

The project explores storytelling, tradition and maternal instincts that bond a mother and child through lullabies.

Women of diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds, in particular mothers, grandmothers and those expecting, are invited to share their personal and cultural knowledge of lullabies through these sessions at Max Webber Library, Blacktown.

Conversations and content produced in the sessions will form part of a major sound and visual installation project in 2024 at The Leo Kelly Blacktown Arts Centre.

If you are interested in taking part, Narjis is holding two sessions on Tuesday 22 August at 10.30 am and 11.30 am.
If you have attended the previous discussion you are still welcome to attend.
Movie vouchers will be given to those who participate.

If you have any questions, or to register your interest, please contact Narjis on narjismirzaa@gmail.com, or phone Blacktown Arts on (02) 9839 6558.