CULTURE

NATSIAA 2021 finalists show resilience of First Nations Australians

The Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (NATSIAA) have announced its 2021 finalists.

Art exhibition explores power of saltwater healing

A stunning collaborative Indigenous art exhibition on the outskirts of Geelong is showcasing the works of three Indigenous artists and the healing that comes...

New poetry prize plants trees with words

Bringing together culture, community and Country, Red Room Poetry has joined forces with The Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan to facilitate the POEM FOREST...

Deadly Connections taking mob on healing journeys

As we approach International Women’s Day on March 8, National Indigenous Times is spotlighting the stories of strong, powerful Blak women across the country.   In a little...

Nana Miss Koori takes the Mardi Gras stage

The 2021 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade is taking on a different venue this year, COVID-19 restrictions have moved the iconic celebration...

A florist with purpose

Kerri-Anne Currie and Nathan Nehow from Australian Indigenous Grasstrees and Wildflowers (AIGW) want to get mob back out in the bush to strengthen community...

Handmade wooden goods teaching young ones Wiradjuri culture

Born from culture, Marara Designs is a small grassroots business that aims to educate young ones from their early ages and onwards. The brainchild of...

Rainbow Serpent story told in new documentary

The knowledge of the Rainbow Serpent is being showcased in new documentary, The Serpent's Tale in a bid to highlight the importance of protecting the...

Wiradjuri artefacts destroyed by British company

UK based company METKA EGN have destroyed an estimated 200 stone manufacturing and hunting tools while undergoing earthworks on Wiradjuri Country. An investigation by the...

Research highlights power of male role models for Aboriginal children

The Fathering Project is empowering Aboriginal fathers on the Noongar lands of Western Australia to design resources for an Aboriginal fathering program. Founded in Western...

Parrtjima 2021 to shine light on intergenerational wisdom

Parrtjima – A Festival in Light 2021 is inviting you to Mparntwe/Alice Springs to watch the desert come alive with new artworks, light shows...

The Vigil a safe space to reflect on Australia’s history

On the eve of January 26, a date that polarises the country, The Vigil is a night of performance and reflection held at Sydney's...
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