First Nations delegation to represent Australia in Hawai’i

Over 50 First Nations arts practitioners will take part in cultural exchange with Indigenous Pacific Islanders at the 2024 FestPAC.
The 13th FestPAC in Hawai’i will celebrate and showcase Pacific arts and culture. Photo: Supplied. Dancers in Hawai’i.

Creative Australia has announced a cohort of First Nations artists and cultural practitioners who will travel to Hawai’i in June to participate in the Festival of Pacific Arts and Culture (FestPAC) – ‘the world’s largest celebration of Indigenous Pacific Islanders’.

Held every four years, FestPAC brings together artists, cultural workers and government officials from 28 Pacific nations, including Australia, American Samoa, Fiji, Nauru, Aotearoa New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Taiwan and more.

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