Palawa woman, architect, lecturer and BLAKitecture curator Sarah Lynn Rees talks about Traditional Owner voices in design and architecture.
Stories Tagged: Arts
Wurundjeri and Yorta Yorta man Nathaniel Andrews gives a judge’s perspective on the National Indigenous Story Awards 2020
James Henry takes advantage of Melbourne’s coronavirus lockdown to explore new avenues for his music – and bond with his newborn son.
Using the stage as a platform to promote truths of Australia’s history over the past two-and-a-half centuries
Sharing Stories Foundation and Koorie Heritage Trust join forces to promote Victorian Aboriginal culture, languages and voices online.
Koorie Heritage Trust CEO Tom Mosby returns to CMR to discuss new activities and opportunities for artistic Koori young people.
COVID-19 lockdowns may have wiped out six months of work, but Aboriginal photographer Wayne Quilliam still finds a lighter side to it all.
The Koorie Heritage Trust establishes a unique platform for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices during COVID-19
It’s a perfect time for the inner artist in all of us to explore creativity and culture…and maybe even win a decent pot of prize money.
Union official, activist, author…and disruptor…Thomas Mayor speaks to Charles Pakana about his books and hopes for constitutional reform.
Pirritu (Brett Lee) demonstrates a style of music that borrows from some of the best, then evolves it into something that’s as beautiful as it is honest.