Indigenous arts and languages. Indigenous arts and languages
7 May 2019
‘Jingeri! I’m Borobi’, will be the welcome from the much loved Gold Coast Commonwealth Games mascot as he starts a new career as an ambassador for...
Cultural heritage Cultural heritage
3 May 2019
Information about the Visions program: list of funding recipients for round 8.
Indigenous arts and languages. Indigenous arts and languages
2 May 2019
Read about the delightful antics of a cheeky pig in the Indigenous language book, Moli det Bigibigi (Molly the Pig).
Author Karen Manulloo holding her book, Moli det bigibigi.
Indigenous arts and languages. Indigenous arts and languages
30 April 2019
Australia Post has released a commemorative $1 stamp to celebrate the 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages (IY2019).
Copy of what the stamp looks like. The words on the stamp are: '$1 Australia - 2019 international year of indigenous languages'.
Indigenous arts and languages. Indigenous arts and languages
26 April 2019
Up-and-coming female musicians in the Northern Territory are using songs to keep their culture and language alive.
Image of a woman (Shana Ray) outdoors in front of a large tree, side on with her face looking forward. Photographer Nico Liengme.
Indigenous arts and languages. Indigenous arts and languages
23 April 2019
Shining the spotlight on multi-award winning Noongar author Kim Scott to mark World Book and Copyright Day.
Indigenous arts and languages. Indigenous arts and languages
23 April 2019
Australia is a large continent prone to many and varied seasonal weather events such as floods, droughts, snow, rain, hail and heatwaves.
Image showing the Indigenous weather map. There is a circle in the middle showing hot time, cyclone time and cool time.
Performing arts Performing arts
18 April 2019
This year marks the 40th anniversary of Australia’s world-renowned Flying Fruit Fly Circus.
Celebrating 40 years of the Flying Fruit Fly Circus. Image of a group of children grouped together.
Indigenous arts and languages. Indigenous arts and languages
18 April 2019
Uluru–Kata Tjuta National Park is one of only four Australian world heritage areas to be recognised for both its cultural and natural importance.
Kuniya walk at Uluru is featured in a virtual tour story spheres. Kuniya is a Pitjanjatjara world for woma python.
15 April 2019
Rising hip-hop star and Young Australian of the Year, Danzel Baker, aka Baker Boy is singing the praises of Indigenous languages.
Baker Boy in concert. Singing in to a microphone with a didgeridoo in his right hand.