About us-www.wamci.org.au

About us-www.wamci.org.au


World Arts & Multi-culture Inc. (Referred to as WAMCI) was established in 2003. Premises located in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

The purposes of WAMCI are via demonstration, research and information on national and regional and multi-cultural and artistic achievements, performance of the multi-cultural arts activities to enhance the exchange of arts.
       World Arts and Multi-Culture Inc takes it as its own heavenly mission to stimulate the emulation by mutual observation & Research as well as to introduce the celebrated, feature abundance culture and art activities deriving from the Australia region and other global areas.
    We constantly have been propagating cutting edge, quality performance and happenings per annum. This practice has become tradition over many years.
    This kind of cultural inheritance mission sense frequently enables numerous multicultural Arts to be unfolded and assists their innovative artist in developing their new domain.


Melody Chen 陳秋燕
Founding President 創會會長


World Arts & Multi-Culture Inc. (WAMCI) was established by Melody Chen in Brisbane in 2003 with support from the arts and cultural community to promote international collaboration and exchange of arts and cultures. The association abides by mutual observation, research, education and performance as its four guiding principles.


WAMCI has been enthusiastically serving Queensland communities by advocating multiculturalism and citizenship. Melody has served WAMCI Presidency three times in a row for 10 years from 2003-2013. She was awarded a Master of Business Administration from the University of South Australia, and currently she is a business owner. In the past 17 years, WAMCI has organised almost a hundred of concerts, art exhibitions, theatre performances, cultural workshops and festivals. And publishing the series Sunnybank WAMCI Arts Collection. Connecting the multi-cultures in Australian society.

In 2012, WAMCI set the Guinness World Record for the Largest Drumming Lesson with 1651 participants in Brisbane. WAMCl had organised multicultural performances in celebration of Harmony Day since 2014, and since 2016, WAMCI has been the host and organiser of the annual Brisbane International Arts Festival to Celebrate Harmony Week. WAMCI is honourably authorised by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection to have hosted 21 Australian Citizenship Ceremonies directed by the Life Honorary Advisor Lewis Lee OAM to celebrate Australia Day, Queensland Week and Citizenship Day.