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How I Survived: Fablice Manirakiza & Paulie Stewart

Fri 31 Aug, 4pm
ACMI Cinema 1

Former African child soldier turned rapper and young Victorian achiever of the year Fablice Manirakiza discusses the healing power, strength and influence of music with his mentor, Paulie Stewart, front man of Painters and Dockers and member of Jesuit Social Services.

This session is $22/$19.

Discover more in the How I Survived series, exploring the tricky business of relationships and survival.

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1 hour

Session code

2315

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Paulie Stewart is a long time musician, with infamous punk act the Painters and Dockers, East Timorese/Australian act Dili Allstars and the Translants (all members have had liver transplants). He now mentors young refugee and disadvantaged musicians. Stewart was the winner of the inaugural St Kilda essay prize, and has been a journalist for 30 years with News Limited.

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