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October 6 through 10 – Join us for the 2nd annual Creative Nations Indigenous Arts Market at the Dairy Arts Center! Artists and community
October 6 through 10 – Join us for the 2nd annual Creative Nations Indigenous Arts Market at the Dairy Arts Center! Artists and community members celebrate Indigenous People’s day weekend by viewing creations from Artisans representing various indigenous communities across the United States. Creative Nations Indigenous Arts Market will feature artists’ booths, traditional/cultural dance performances, live music, a film festival, an indigenous fashion show, a new play staged reading, a memorial event “Re-membering 1864…From Fort Chambers to Sand Creek,” plus, delicious indigenous food available for purchase from “Little Sizzle.” The Arts Market is free and open to the public. The Film Festival and Earth Surface People’s concert are ticketed events.
6 (Thursday) 4:30 pm - 10 (Monday) 9:00 pm View in my time
Saturday, October 8, 2022 – 7:00PM – Earth Surface People is an indigenous Jazz collective founded by producer and songwriter Yellowhorse. The
Saturday, October 8, 2022 – 7:00PM – Earth Surface People is an indigenous Jazz collective founded by producer and songwriter Yellowhorse. The collective’s music synthesizes R&B with fusion, jazz, and art rock elements, under the guise of contemporary indigenous expression. Their sonic landscapes build on the works of Mildred Bailey, Buffy St. Marie, Xit, Redbone; lush, soulful, and unapologetic. Their debut album, Nihookááʼ Diyin Dineʼé, is a surrealist mosaic, hinting at synth-pop sensibilities behind analog rummaging. Based in so-called Arizona and New Mexico.
(Saturday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm View in my time
Australia’s DOM DOLLA is experiencing a meteoric rise, his signature style of house music is connecting with global audiences, recognised as one of the
Australia’s DOM DOLLA is experiencing a meteoric rise, his signature style of house music is connecting with global audiences, recognised as one of the most exciting producers in electronic music.
Born in Manila, raised in outback Northern Australia, Dom discovered dance music when his Mother handed him a copy of Basement Jaxx’ 2001 album ‘Rooty’ while on holiday in Denpasar. Dom made the move to Melbourne, teaming up with high school mates hosting pub-discos & djing on weekends whilst working as a graphic-designer during the week. In 2015 Dom was encouraged to quit his day job to pursue his obsession with music and production.
Named by BBC Radio 1 Pete Tong’s a Future Star, labeled by Billboard Dance as ‘One To Watch’, awarded Dancing Astronaut ‘Artist Of The Year’ and nominated at WMC’s International Dance Music awards for ‘Breakthrough Artist’. Dom quickly followed up delivering a royal flush of releases including ‘San Frandisco’ ‘Moving Blind’ with Sonny Fodera, ‘Pump The Brakes’ and ‘Strangers’ with Mansionair. Dolla’s catalog continues to accumulate over half-a-BILLION streams, with 2x Platinum & 2x Gold Certified Singles.
Dom’s unique style has not gone unnoticed, in 2020 Dom received the ultimate recognition winning an ARIA award for ‘Best Dance Release’ and has been commissioned by the biggest names in music for official remixes including Dua Lipa, Calvin Harris, Rufus Du Sol, Purple Disco Machine, MK & Sonny Fodera, The Martinez Brothers & Louie Vega ft Marc E.Bassy.
12 (Wednesday) 7:00 pm - 13 (Thursday) 1:00 am View in my time