Join the Lacey on May 19th for an evening to raise money for the Indigenous Literacy Foundation – an Australian Charity that aims to raise literacy levels and improve the lives and opportunities of Indigenous children living in remote and isolated regions.
Guests will be treated to an evening lecture from renowned anthropologist Nicola Pagano, who will deliver an exciting talk about his many experiences living with aboriginal people in some of Australia’s most remote regions. Nicola will also demonstrate his remarkable skill playing haunting and beautiful sounds on his own Didgeridoo. And that’s not all – a selection of wines from South Australia will be served from Wirra Wirra MacLaren Vale.
Time: Guests are welcome with drinks served from 6.00pm. Lecture to begin at 7.00pm.
Location: Lacey Contemporary Gallery, 8 Clarendon Cross, W11 4AP
Price: £35 each