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Gold Coast Campus: Thursday, 7 September 2017

Fusion Festival Gold Coast logoJoin in the celebration of cultural diversity at the University and within our communities.

Wear your national / cultural dress or bright clothing. Come along to share some food, culture and conversations.

Study gold coast logoThis year, the Fusion Festival at the Gold Coast campus is supported by Study Gold Coast.

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Food & Fun Activities, Dance & Music, Photography & Poetry Competition Exhibition

Thursday 7 September 2017

WhereWhen
Welcome To Country Lawn Area12:00midday
Welcome by Equity and Diversity and Study Gold CoastLawn Area12:05pm
Announcement of Photography and Poetry competition winnersLawn Area12:15pm
Indigenous DancersLawn Area12:20pm
West Papuan Dance - by SCU StudentsLawn Area12.50pm
Traditional Maori Welcome and HakaLawn Area1.00pm
Chinese Lion DanceLawn Area1:10pm
Japanese DrummersLawn Area1.35pm
African and Nepal dance routinesLawn Area2:15pm
Japanese Kimono demonstrationLawn Area2:31pm
Ukulele Club PerformanceLawn Area2.40pm
Punjab/Bollywood Dancers With MusicLawn Area2.50pm
CoastRs Party Marquee Tent3:00 - 5.00pm

Food-Tasting

Clinton's Kupmurri, food truck influenced by traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cooking methods. Clinton's menu includes barbecued crocodile, kangaroo and emu.

The Wiener Haus will provide authentic German smoked sausages loaded with a range of outrageous toppings.

Zicatela, with chefs Eduardo and Mauricio, bring a unique style of wood-fired Mexican street food, combining the authentic flavours of Mexico and Southern California to create a fresh and tasty line-up of snacks, tapas and tacos.

Activities

Paint your own boomerang, Henna Indian Body art, Indigenous digeridoo and African drumming workshop.

Traditional dress from all over the world, Go Global Outbound Exchange opportunities with our European partners, talk to students here on Exchange.

Japanese Calligraphy, Origami and Kimono demonstration + Chopstick Challenge.

Stalls represented by Nepal, Africa, India, West Papua, Pacific Islands, SE Asia, UniLife, and Indigenous Australian Student Services.

Volleyball competitions, International face-painting, Bollywood music and dancing, Chinese Lion audience participation, Photobooth fun, Aussie thong games and Building C tours.