Zal Kanga-Parabia has been volunteering, performing and facilitating with Fairbridge Festival since 2013, winning the quest songwriting competition in the folk trio Kids With Wolves. In 2014 he helped curate the Seedbox in Youthopia (now Backlot) and has been performing and running workshops each year on creative arts, harmony, and creating constellation lanterns for the Fairbridge Parade! He performed within his duo The Woods in 2015 and in 2017 with his 7 piece band Ru. Zal is incredibly passionate about sharing young people’s stories through art and collaborations of art and science.
The Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute is delighted to be affiliated with the sustainability initiatives of Fairbridge Festival. We look forward to working with other community groups and businesses who want to move towards sustainability pathways.
This year we celebrate the relationship between the land and the Traditional Owners of this land with a very special project which will be easily spotted between Mandja and Gus’s Bar: an interactive Rainbow Serpent/Waugal art installation.
Join Tracy Vo and Sabrina Hahn as they broadcast live from Fairbridge Festival and hear the story of Tracy Vo on how a journey on a leaky boat led to a wonderful life in Australia.