by MFO


MFO is honoured to collaborate with Being Reel Films and HOTA on the Gold Coast red carpet premiere and Q & A for “Scattered People” Produced by John and Lizzi Swatland.
Recommended for M audience.
Tickets are $15, all funds raised to aid refugee families impacted by domestic and family violence. Purchase tickets here 
When Australian musicians go into a Brisbane detention centre to share music, they meet two Iranian musicians, Mas and Saha, who sing on their three albums. Missy Higgins, John Butler, Harry James Angus (The Cat Empire), Katie Noonan, Michael Franti, Archie Roach, Dan Sultan, and Robbie James talk about the power of music, its ability to break through barriers, unite people and create shared experiences.
What does the music we produce, sing and listen to tell us about ourselves, our country and life experience?
Academics, psychologists and refugee specialists talk about the role artistic expression plays in building personal and national identity, and the healing power of creative expression and shared stories.
Register here



Wed. 27 October 6:00 pm -
Wed. 27 October 9:00 pm


HOTA Home of the Arts,
135 Bundall Road,
Surfers Paradise, QLD, 4217


Organizer of MFO presents “SCATTERED PEOPLE”

MFO, Multicultural Families Organisation Inc., provides services for newly arrived migrants and their families, including refugees, humanitarian entrants, and new family stream migrants, during the first five years from their arrival in Australia. These services are funded by the Australian Department of Social Services (DSS).

MFO was founded in 1996 and is a non-government, not-for-profit organisation and registered as a Public Benevolent Institution.

MFO presents “SCATTERED PEOPLE” at HOTA Home of the Arts, 135 Bundall Road,

Surfers Paradise, QLD, 4217

Pin It on Pinterest