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Aiga Festival: Pacific Island Festival promoting family and culture
The Aiga Festival, hosted by Samoan musician and Co-Director Taitu'uga Kitch and Tongan content creator Havea676 in collaboratio...
Joseph Guenzler 23 Feb 2024
First Nations artist Amanda Hinklemann collaborates with popular swimwear brand, Baiia
Described as a wearable celebration of community, feminine resilience, and women’s innate ability to support and uplift one anot...
Phoebe Blogg 21 Feb 2024
Thomas Weatherall’s play “Blue” explores the complexities of coming-of-age
The captivating play “Blue” delves into the complexities of a coming-of-age narrative, exploring themes of family dynamics, masc...
Rhiannon Clarke 20 Feb 2024
Children's book “Kaal Tackles Eczema” aims to help families manage skin condition
Eczema affects a significant number of Aboriginal children residing in urban regions, with nearly 20 per cent being affected by...
Rhiannon Clarke 20 Feb 2024
Northern Territory grants open doors for artists
Grants are currently being offered in the Northern Territory to fund the purchase, transportation, and installation of equipment...
Rhiannon Clarke 19 Feb 2024
Troy Cassar-Daley drops new album Between the Fires and tour dates

Accomplished musician and Gumbaynggirr/Bundjalung man, Troy Cassar-Daley, has dedicated more than thirty years to his career, upholding a rich tradition of storytelling. Over the...

Rhiannon Clarke Feb 19, 2024
Jungaji announces single release and nationwide tour

Gugu Yalanji songman, JUNGAJI, is set to perform on the Archie Roach Stage at this year's Port Fairy Folk Festival. The announcement comes as Jungaji and his band tour Australia,...

Joseph Guenzler Feb 18, 2024
New Palawa art experience in Hobart

Esteemed Palawa Indigenous artist Allan Mansell will be sharing his sustainable printing methods with guests at Hobart’s Henry Jones Art Hotel. Available to all with a booking and...

Dianne Bortoletto Feb 18, 2024
Blak & Bright Literary Festival hugely embracing First Nations narratives for 2024

Melbourne's biannual First Nations literature festival, Blak & Bright, is scheduled to make its return this year, from March 13 to 17. The event focuses on empowering and celebrat...

Joseph Guenzler Feb 15, 2024
Ikuntji Artists announced as 2024 National Designer Award finalist

Striving to celebrate Australia’s top-performing emerging designers, the National Designer Award is returning for yet another year.   Now entering its 28th year, the award’s past...

Phoebe Blogg Feb 15, 2024
Independent First Nations artists to shine at Cairns Indigenous Art Fair

In addition to their textile and design program BLOOM, the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) is also hosting their new CATAPULT program in 2024. This year's CATAPULT program recip...

Phoebe Blogg Feb 14, 2024
'In a Life Time': The race to immortalise Darby McCarthy's journey

Australia's most accomplished Indigenous jockey, Richard Laurence "Darby" McCarthy OAM, is set to have his remarkable life story captured in the upcoming documentary feature, In a...

Joseph Guenzler Feb 14, 2024
Annual NAIDOC Week poster competition opens to the public

The National NAIDOC committee has has announced the opening of its annual National NAIDOC Week Poster Competition. The 2024 theme was recently announced as 'Keep the Fire Burning!...

Phoebe Blogg Feb 14, 2024
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