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INDIGITUBE | Recorded Live Stream Coming Soon!
In partnership with Tranby Aboriginal Co-operative and Blackbooks Sydney, indigiTUBE live streamed the launch of Nangamay (Dream) Mana (Gather) Djurali (Grow) an anthology of First Nations Poetry on the 20th of February at the State Library of NSW. Outloud's producer/host Gavin Ivey MC'd the event, Alison Whittaker and Steven Lindsay Ross (editors) spoke about the coming together of the First Nations LGBTQI+SB Community and there were readings on the night from, Samuel Barsah, Domenic Guerrera, Jacyn De Santis and Ellen O'Brien. Make sure to keep an eye out for the launch livestream on the indigiTUBE website!
INDIGITUBE | New Podcast Series

Brought to you by indigiTUBE's new contributor, Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education & Research, University of Technology Sydney.
During the lead up to 2020 and the anniversary of Captain Cook coming to Australia, a group of Historians and a First Nations Filmmaker began to talk about the lack of knowledge of one of our significant Aboriginal men of the Sydney Cove area, BENNELONG. What then was delayed through covid was a journey of discovery for a new narrative of working through the ideas and myths behind the warrior Bennelong. Click here to listen to podcast!
LISTEN TO LIVE RADIO ON INDIGITUBE: This month we highlight Radio Goolarri 99.7FM.
Radio Goolarri first commenced broadcasting on ABC Regional Radio in August 1991 with a one hour a week magazine program. As the station developed and the skills of trainees flourished the station gradually increased its airtime to meet staff and community demand.The station was eventually broadcasting 25 hours per week on ABC until it started to operate its own community radio license in July 1998 by broadcasting 24 hours a day. Radio Goolarri provides an avenue whereby social, cultural and political ideas and concerns can be expressed.
It is also an area where traditional language, music and culture can be fostered along with the more contemporary forms of artistic expression. It’s a place where Indigenous people can tell their own stories in their own way. It’s also a place for non-Indigenous and Indigenous people to come together.
SNAICC 10th National Conference
We are excited to announce that registrations have now opened for SNAICC’23 - the 10th SNAICC National Conference! Early bird registrations will be open until COB Friday, 30 June 2023. For more information, Click Here.
Zenadth Kes Ilan Night
Bring a picnic blanket or chairs and share an evening including a Welcome to Country, traditional singing, dancing and exploration of Kaurna and Torres Strait Islander cultures for this special cultural night. Read More.
Artback NT Job Positions
Working at Artback NT is a great way to be a direct part of the dynamic and diverse cultural landscape of the Northern Territory. We a lucky to work with incredible talent, from visual artists to performers, writers, curators, producers, and technicians to share Northern Territory stories with the rest of Australia and the world. Read More.
Volunteer - Activism Leadership Committee Member
As a member of your regional Activist Leadership Committee, you'll play a lead role in growing, motivating, and sustaining local human rights activism in your area. Regions are WA, SA/NT, TAS, VIC, ACT/Southern NSW, NSW, QLD/Northern NSW. Read More.
Aboriginal Sea Company Art Competition
Artback NT is proud to be working with the Aboriginal Sea Company to provide an opportunity for NT First Nations artists to have their work used in the development of a new ASC logo. Read More.
Aboriginal Art Centre Hub Western Australia is Hiring!
AACHWA was originally established as a project department within Country Arts WA (now Regional Arts WA) in 2009. Six years later (in 2015) AACHWA became a stand-alone not-for-profit Aboriginal Corporation (registered under the CATSI Act 2006). Position for a Operations Manager, click here for more information.
Community Broadcasting Foundation Grants
Each year the CBF grants more than $20.5 million to help community media organisations across Australia communicate, connect and share knowledge through independent radio, television and digital media. Read More.
First Nations Commissioning Fund
The First Nations Commissioning Fund is focused on investing in opportunities that share First Nations stories and cultural knowledge and elevate awareness of Queensland’s exceptional First Nations arts and cultural products and experiences.  Round 3 - single and 2 year projects opens 17 April 2023. Read More.
Cultural water for cultural economies: pathways to water justice
This webinar is the second in the Australian Centre’s 2023 Critical Public Conversations series: Country, Climate, Colonialism. In settler colonial states like Australia, the doctrine of discovery that dispossessed Indigenous Peoples of their lands also took their waters. Read More.
See It LIVE e-voucher registrations are OPEN
See It LIVE is a $10 million package that will get local musicians and performers back on stage through a range of support programs for live music and hospitality venues, promoters and more. For more information, click here.
South Australian Media Spokesperson Training
Do you want to learn about how to engage with media? Do you live in South Australia? This tailored training will give you the skills and confidence to engage with the mainstream media to tell your story and advocate for social change. Read More.
Governance and Sustainability Grants 2023
Applications are open for grant funding in support of initiatives that will lead to improved governance and sustainability for community organisations with an annual revenue of less than $3 million. Read More.
Dana Waranara Digital brings together artists, producers and presenters who are interested in supporting First Nations choreographers to create, present and tour more productions. BlakDance’s goal with this project is to create the conditions where strong, reciprocal and equitable relationships can form between artists and presenters, leading to long-term pathways for new work. Read More.
Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts
The ILA Program supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians to express, preserve and maintain their cultures through Indigenous languages and arts activities. For more information, click here.
Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Advisory Committee Call for Nominations
The NSW Government is inviting nominations from Aboriginal persons across New South Wales for the appointment of 5 members to the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Advisory Committee. Applications close on 26 March 2023. Read More.
Broadcasters, here's some new music and podcast series for your programs!

Community Broadcasters with an indigiTUBE account can use it to download new music for airplay. For a refresher on downloading content from your indigiTUBE Broadcaster account, check out the
Broadcasters Instructional Video for useful tips. If you require more assistance, please contact Paula Maling.

So many deadly new tracks dropping, check some of the latest here.



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