Large historical building lit up at dusk.

Drum Theatre says Wominjeka

Large historical building lit up at dusk.

Celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and culture in a welcoming event at Dandenong’s iconic Drum Theatre.

See the stunning visual Welcome messages created by four local Aboriginal and Bunurong artists, Adam Magennis, Kylie Armstrong, Lakeisha Clayton and Uncle Mark Brown for the Drum Wominjeka flags, now flying in the theatre’s entrance. 

Wominjeka means Welcome in languages of the Boonwurrung Bunurong peoples and Woi Wurrung Wurundjeri peoples of the Kulin Nation. Each artist has created an original flag that conveys a heartfelt welcome message and reflects what performing arts mean to their culture and community.

You can view the flags between 10m-4pm Monday to Friday at Drum Theatre.

Find out more about Wominjeka.

The Drum Theatre and Council’s Arts and Cultural Development team proudly support this event.