When we spoke to the presenter of SBS’ Living Black, Karla Grant, back in 2006 the show had just got a prime time slot.
The lesser known fairy tale characters are in the limelight in Ursula Yovich’s one-woman show.
NITV will be bringing an exciting schedule of programming to the screens to coincide with NAIDOC week.
Pecan Summer is framed by tens of thousands of years of culture and chronicles 70 years of dispossession.
Following a hugely successful opening, Bangarra Dance Theatre has announced six new shows.
Twelve Torres Strait Islander people have received a huge opportunity to write, cast and direct their own short films.
A new exhibition focussing on the Aboriginal men and woman who fought valiantly in early 20th century organisations for justice is now open.
The prize, valued at $80,000, includes an artist residency in Italy, making it one of the most valuable art prizes in Australia.
Wayne Quilliam was a keynote speaker at the Auckland Art Gallery to discuss the issue of photographing Indigenous cultures in the digital age.
Nancia Guivarra talks with renowned Aboriginal director, writer, and actor, Wayne Blair, about what inspired him to get into the creative field as well as the shows he’s working on.
Teagan Cowlishaw is more than just a brilliant designer; she has a vision for the future of a sustainable, ethical and Indigenous fashion industry.
Visual Artist Daniel Boyd’s work acknowledges the past, the present and the future. He’s just won one of Australia’s top art awards.
June is going to be a monumental month for Marlene Cummins. It sees both the release of the Rachel Perkins’ directed documentary Black Panther Woman, and her debut album.
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