Multicultural festival in Melbourne celebrates women

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Mosaic, a festival that’s all about celebrating women in multicultural Victoria, is only days away.

X Factor’s Kelebek and Aria awardee singer composer Kavisha Mazella top the list of performers at this year’s Mosaic on Sunday, 6 April, 11 am till 4 pm at QV Square behind QV Women’s Centre, 210 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne.


Victorian Immigrant and Refugee Women’s Coalition Chairperson Zeynep Yesilyurt said, “A mosaic is a collection of pieces that are different colours, shapes and sizes, but together form a complete picture. This festival is about multicultural women coming together to form a single picture of our society.”


There will be traditional ceremonies and celebrations, music, workshops and a vibrant global marketplace at the festival. “We’ll share the journeys of these multicultural women and the wonderful culture that they bring to Victoria. Women’s multicultural groups will showcase a range of cultural practices and entertainment – including dance, music, drumming, circus and much more,” she added.


Mosaic is on Sunday, 6 April, 11am-4pm, QV Square behind QV Women’s Centre, 210 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne. Entry is free.

Published in The Indian Sun (Indian Australian Magazine)

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