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Stories of the sky to illuminate the sails of Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera House will unveil its latest projection, Badu Gili: Celestial, created by acclaimed First Nations artists Gail...
Maria Marouchtchak 15 Dec 2023
Cairns Indigenous Art Fair 2023 arrives, showcasing Queensland's Black excellence
Beginning on Thursday, the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) is an annual arts and cultural event that showcases art by contempo...
Rhiannon Clarke 13 Jul 2023
Beats, basketball and Black excellence at Barangaroo
Beats, basketball and Black excellence gathered at Barangaroo at the NAIDOC free festival on Saturday.  Surrounded by First Nat...
Rhiannon Clarke 7 Jul 2023
Gascoyne Bee makes a buzz at Gwoonwardu Mia’s Mungurragurra Burrowing bee community day 
A unique and culturally significant Gascoyne Bee species made a buzz at the Gwoonwardu Mia’s Mungurragurra Burrowing bee communi...
Rhiannon Clarke 30 Jun 2023
ProppaNOW First Peoples collective wows Sydney
The First Peoples collective proppaNOW is making a splash in Sydney.  The National Art School (NAS) is proud to present a major...
Rhiannon Clarke 23 Jun 2023
Mechelle Turvey gives to community groups that played a role in the life of her son Cassius

Mechelle Turvey has donated generously to community groups that played a role in the life of her late son, Cassius. Eight months have passed since the death of 15 year-old Noongar...

Rhiannon Clarke Jun 21, 2023
Young duo set to make cultural impact for milestone fashion performance

The Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) has appointed siblings Jaydn and Mykelle Bingarape to choreograph its 2023-decade anniversary fashion performance of Woven. It comes after th...

Rhiannon Clarke Jun 20, 2023
First Nations designers and local Indigenous models dazzle in Boorloo

Native Threads, curated by Karla Hart, showcased creative, vibrant, and authentic beauty grown out of the Indigenous community as designers unveiled their latest creations in Boorl...

Rhiannon Clarke Jun 7, 2023
Noongar and Wongi woman Cherralee Mary-Jane Clark crowned Miss NAIDOC 2023

Noongar and Wongi woman Cherralee Mary-Jane Clark has been crowned Miss NAIDOC 2023.  The event, hosted Saturday night at Perth Crown Casino, saw Ms Clark, 23, take home the title...

Rhiannon Clarke Jun 6, 2023
Proud Noongar man Kienan Davis crowned Mr NAIDOC of 2023

Proud Noongar man Kienan Davis has been crowned Mr NAIDOC, 2023.  Mr Davis is the second person to take home the title of Mr NAIDOC, with the category being introduced last year. ...

Rhiannon Clarke Jun 6, 2023
Walking the path to support the Voice to Parliament and Reconciliation

Boorloo (Perth) community members got together Friday morning to participate in cultural immersion activities and learn more about the importance of the Voice to Parliament at Kaar...

Rhiannon Clarke Jun 3, 2023
Uncle Jack Charles honoured in Yirramboi festival opening in Naarm

The late Jack Charles has been honoured through the opening of the Yirramboi festival. The opening night on May 4 was conducted at the Uncle Jack Charles Festival hub and celebrat...

Emma Ruben May 6, 2023
Indigenous creatives tell untold stories of Lake Joondalup at Perth Festival

At the heart of Lake Joondalup, a Dreaming story arises. Passed down through the Noongar people for many years, the story of the creation of the stars was told at Lake Joondalup...

Emma Ruben Feb 5, 2023
"Our only sin is our skin" - Meeanjin gathers in remembrance of Dundalli

Despite the threat of rain more than 150 people gathered at Post Office Square in Meeanjin / Brisbane on Thursday to commemorate and celebrate the life of Aboriginal freedom fighte...

Joseph Guenzler Jan 5, 2023
IronTraks empowering women to be 'Strong for 2023'

IronTraks is back with their passion for empowering women with the 'Strong for 2023' program.   On 30 December IronTraks, founded by former WNRL star Tracy Thompson and activist K...

Joseph Guenzler Dec 24, 2022
Indigenous representatives make an impact at COP27

The United Nations kicked off their 27th climate summit in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, on 6 November for governments to come together to discuss limiting the rise in global temperature...

Emma Ruben Nov 16, 2022
Yothu Yindi, Thelma Plum headline re-launch of Tasmania’s inaugural Pangaea Festival

Yothu Yindi and Thelma Plum will headline Tasmania’s newest camping festival, Pangaea Festival, in 2023. It will be the first time Tasmanians will have the opportunity to see ARIA...

Callan Morse Nov 15, 2022
Torres Strait duo take climate fight to COP27

Two First Nations leaders from Zenadth Kes (Torres Strait) will take their climate battle against the Australian government to the world stage at COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt....

Emma Ruben Nov 12, 2022
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