Australia’s longest running Indigenous Festival, the Barunga Sports and Culture Festival is on again this year from 7-10 June.
AFL’s 9th annual dreamtime clash at the MCG kicks off tomorrow with the Long Walk before Essendon v Richmond.
National Reconciliation Week runs from 27 May to 3 June, this year popular music duo Busby Marou are one of the ambassadors
Bells Beach in Victoria will once again host the Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles this month, showcasing our top surfing talents from across the nation. Thirty two Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander surfers will compete for the first prize of $1000 from 26-31 May. “It’s a good one to get all the Indigenous surfers together,” Steve Parker […]
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 […]
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 […]
Don’t miss this exhibition of Torres Strait Islander artwork currently showing at the Arts Centre Melbourne Gallery 1 until Sunday 23 June. The exhibition includes enormous prints, elaborate masks and headdresses along with an extensive range of performance objects. Featured artists include Alick Tipoti, Brian Robinson, Ricardo Idagi, and Ellen Jose. This Friday 12 April […]