Each year the Deadlys showcases the best of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander talent who are role models for our community, for Australia and particularly our young people. In 2013 and across 28 award categories there’ll be the achievers – those who’ve shown what it takes to strive for excellence in their field whether it […]
If you like basketball, art, hip hop, rapping and break dancing, then you don’t want to miss the Stronger Futures Alice 3on3.
Students enjoyed a day full of activities at Bunbury’s National Indigenous 3on3® Basketball and Hip Hop Challenge on Friday 24 May.
The Port Augusta VIbe3on3 was a slam dunk event with hundreds of students enjoying a day full of fun.
Australia’s longest running Indigenous Festival, the Barunga Sports and Culture Festival is on again this year from 7-10 June.
National Reconciliation Week runs from 27 May to 3 June, this year popular music duo Busby Marou are one of the ambassadors
The Vibe 3on3 in Port Augusta SA was a huge success and alot of fun was had by all involved!
Claim the date! Monday 8th July 2013 Sydney’s Hyde Park will once again come alive with culture during the 2013 NAIDOC in the City celebrations. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in Sydney and surrounding areas are invited to the event on Monday 8 July from 11am-3pm, at Hyde Park. There will be live […]
Brisbane’s number one Indigenous youth, dance and cultural festival Stylin’ Up is back this month with a swag of emerging artists to showcase, plenty of youth workshops and plenty of dancing, rapping and breakin’, locking and poppin’ to get the crowds going. Each year more than 15,000 people gather to celebrate the vibrancy of community […]
National Reconciliation week is taking place this year from 27th May to 3rd June. The week is a time for us all to come together to reflect and learn about our shared histories, cultures and achievements and to explore how each of us can contribute to the national reconciliation effort. This year’s theme is Let’s […]
A song performed by celebrated songwriter Dave Arden was a feature of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commemorative Ceremony held at the War Memorial in Canberra. The ceremony followed the ANZAC Day Dawn Service and was held at the Aboriginal Memorial plaque on the side of Mount Ainslie at the break of dawn. This […]
Indigenous Designers and Models from Australia and New Zealand Create History at L’Oreal Fashion Week Melbourne, VIC Fashion history was made as the largest gathering of Aboriginal and Maori designers/models graced the catwalk at the famous Spiegel tent in Melbourne during the 2013 L’Oreal Fashion Week. This Trans-Tasman collaboration between Aboriginal and Maori designers/models showcased […]
It took Dave Arden four years to write his moving tribute to the Aboriginal Anzacs, a song that’s full of both pride and poignancy given these soldiers who went to fight for Australia did not even have the right to vote at that time. The song “Freedom Called” is Dave’s way to pay homage to […]
An exciting new festival called Corroboree has just been launched this morning. The new annual festival will find a home in Sydney for at least the next three years. It will be held over 11 days, from 14 November to 24 November, 2013 and is being put together by nine of Sydney’s major arts and […]
If you can get to Bruny Island, Tasmania at short notice start planning your trip now as the Nayri Niara (Good Spirit) Festival is taking place from 5-7 April and is an event not to be missed. Nayri Niara is a 3-day Indigenous music, arts and culture festival which has been curated by Artistic Director […]
The 2008 National Apology to the Stolen Generations created a vision for moving forward and healing the past for Australia. As the fifth anniversary of the Apology approaches on 13 February 2013 many emotions are being experienced. Deadly Vibe spoke to some of our people about what the Apology and its anniversary means to them. […]
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