STEM to Indigenous success

  Last week the World Science Festival kicked off on Turrbul Country in Queensland’s capital, Brisbane. The weeklong event showcased a stellar line-up of local and international scientists leading discussions, workshops and performances about Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). Among robots and augmented reality displays, the jam-packed schedule included a sold out talk by Indigenous scientist Karlie Noon, and a panel discussion about …




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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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Indigenous women of influence and excellence in the digital age

  Indigenous Digital Excellence is our mob doing extraordinary things every day, and on International Women’s Day we celebrate the many women who are leading change and inspiring the next generation of Indigenous digital makers, innovators and entrepreneurs. Here are six Indigenous women paving the way for women in the digital age.   Mikaela Jade – Entrepreneur, Founder and CEO …




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.




Mitchell Ross on… What is an IDX future?

With MitcheIl Ross. Indigenous digital makers from around our country share their thoughts on what a digital future our Indigenous Australians looks like.