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Barangaroo Ngangamay – a multimedia experience

  Barangaroo Reserve has become a hotspot for Sydneysiders and tourists to take in the stunning harbour-side views from the parklands on the city’s western foreshore. But what do visitors know of Barangaroo, the strong and influential Cammeraygal woman, and the cultural significance of the headland? Barangaroo Ngangamay (Barangaroo Dreaming), a multimedia artwork created by renowned Aboriginal multi-media artists Amanda …




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A shared language – using digital tech in Central Australia

“Kulila!” (listen up!) “We are a group of people in Central Australia who want to bring emotions, feelings, and issues out in the open and get people talking about mental health” Since 2012 a team of Indigenous women and mental health professionals in Central Australia have come together to uncover words for talking about mental health in the traditional languages …




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Welcome to Country app lets users explore Indigenous Australia from an iPhone

  Waiba! Ngarluma Traditional Owner Kerry Churnside extends a welcome in language to the visitors of Ngaluma Country in the Pilbara region on Western Australia’s rugged North West Coast. A Welcome to Country is a practice that has taken place for thousands of years in Indigenous Australia and this particular welcome is one of many available to view on the …




Robotics Workshops

Kid working on a robot

Our Indigenous Robotics Workshop program is aimed at giving young leaders more exposure to Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) through an interactive workshop.