HARC has sponsored the events for the third year as part of the BMDT Stage 2 Expansion
Sydney Sacred Music Festival 2016

Health and Arts Research Centre (HARC) presents Sacred Patterns for this year’s Sydney Sacred Music Festival (SSMF)- Festival web site From the harmonics of music to the meditative designs of rangoli, Sacred Patterns celebrates the cosmology of life and healing.

HARC is excited to be sponsoring for a third year in the SSMF. This annual cultural festival showcases music, ceremony and art and aims to bring us closer to ‘the sacred’ within each person. Sacred Patterns are free events developed in partnership with the SSMF, Blacktown and Mount Druitt Hospitals (BMDH) Expansion Stage 2 Arts and Culture Program

Nepean Hospital Arts and Heritage Program and SydWest Multicultural Services

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Gai Bryant

Performances by Gai Bryant with Jeremy Sawkins

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Chorella Community Choir

Chorella Community Choir performing at Blacktown Hospital New CSB Building

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Chorella Community Choir

Chorella Community Choir performing at Nepean Hospital

SACRED PATTERNS

Origami Master and HARC volunteer Yoshimi Lawler has been working with visitors, patients and staff of Blacktown Hospital the Indian Womens’ groups of Sydwest Multicultural Services, to fold 1000 lotus flowers that will be transformed into a rangoli inspired by the Indian community from SydWest Multicultural Services