viernes, 22 de agosto de 2008
Salvador Allende Commemoration Activities
Tuesday 24 June 2008 – from 10 am
NSW Parliament Theatre, Macquarie St., Sydney - 10 am to 1pm: Screening of Chilean film “The battle for Chile” followed by awards to Poster Competition winners and some live Latin music. At 2pm, Forum on Allende’s struggle, legacy, today’s dilemma and Australian solidarity with Chile: Dr Peter Ross (moderator), and panelists Rodrigo Acuña, Ann Jones, Dr Tim Anderson, & Nelson Vaudagnotto. Free entry. Limited seats – RSVP 15 June.
Tuesday 24 June 2008 - 7pm
Opening of Chilean-Australiana nd other artists Art Exhibition, Addison Gallery, 142 Addison Rd, Marrickville
Wednesday 25-29 June 2008 - 10-5pm
Art exhibition. Free entry at the Addison Gallery, 142 Addison Rd. Marrickville.
Thursday 26 June 2008 - 10am
Solemn act and Welcome to Country at the Salvador Allende Monument, Fairfield Park (Aquatic Centre), Fairfield.
Sunday 29 June 2008 – 10am-8pm
Gran Fiesta starting at 10am & lunch from 12 noon. Closing event at the Addison Rd Community Hall, 142 Addison Rd, Marrickville, with Latin musicians and bands, Australian singers and choir. Award presentation to exhibiting artists. Art installations, arpillera exhibition from Chile and Australia.
Who was Salvador Allende?
Salvador Allende was born on 26 June 1908 in Chile. His life as a doctor, Senator, Minister, and President turned Allende into a universal symbol of democratic and libertarian conscience for Chileans and the oppressed people of the world.
The Salvador Allende Centenary Committee-Sydney was formed on 26 January 2008. This is a broad collective of individuals and community organisations which will be commemorating the Centenary of Dr. Salvador Allende’s birth, former Chilean President who died in 1973 in a US-backed coup d’ etat.
SHAPE \* MERGEFORMAT Salvador Allende Centenary Committee – Sydney
PO Box 109 Glebe NSW 2037