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INDIGITUBE | First Sounds at Yabun 2023
With the generous support from the City of Sydney Council and Gadigal Information Service, four First Sounds Artists performed at this year's Yabun Festival in Sydney NSW.

Blanche, Carissa Nyula, Jacob Ridgeway and Maurial Spearim were chosen to represent indigiTUBE. All artists were received with open arms from not only the audience but the Koori Radio crew and Yabun staff. indigiTUBE would also like to thank FNMA's Membership Officer Stephanie Stone who worked quickly & tirelessly to help organise the travel and accommodation for all the artists.

Entries for First Sounds Vol.10 will open towards the end of February so stay tuned!
indigiTUBE recently attended Tranby Aboriginal College in Glebe's LGBTIQA+SB Elders Lunch as part of the lead up to Sydney's World Pride Events & Celebrations. Here's some pics.
This month we highlight the great work of PAW Media. For 30 years, PAW (aka Warlpiri Media) has been creating TV, radio and music in the remote Aboriginal community of Yuendumu NT.

Working with local people in language and according to local cultural protocols create unique Aboriginal media productions.

Listen to PAW Radio live here.

SNAICC 10th National Conference
SNAICC 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. Read More.
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.
Cairns Indigenous Art Fair 2023
Are you an Indigenous fashion designer/wearable art maker from Queensland? Then we want to hear from you in expressing your interest to be part of 2023's CIAF Fashion Performance: Woven. 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.
Artlands 2023
2023 brings together 80 regional practitioners: 20 people under 20, 10 Knowledge Circle First Nations leaders and 10 people from other industries. Read More.
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. 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.
The theme for National Reconciliation Week 2023 encourages all Australians to be a voice for reconciliation in tangible ways in our everyday lives – where we live, work and socialise. Read More.
2023 Professional Development Awards
The APRA Professional Development Awards exist to provide support to emerging songwriters and composers. Twelve recipients will each receive a game-changing $10,000 cash prize to support their development, along with a prize from Australis Music. Read More.
Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair - DAAF 2023
The Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair is set to return to Larrakia Country at the Darwin Convention Centre this 11-13 August 2023 –  and with it – the vibrant Public Program featuring Artist Talks, Demonstrations, Masterclasses, Children’s Activities, Cultural Performances, and more! Read More.
The Environmental Music Prize
Launched in November 2021 during the U.N. Climate Summit (COP26), it aims to recognise and reward artists who create exceptional music videos that celebrate the beauty of nature and our connection to it. Read More.
AIATSIS Summit 2023
Join us on Noongar Boodja for the AIATSIS Summit 2023, co-convened with South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council. Read More.
Daisy Utemorrah Award
The Daisy Utemorrah Award is Now Open! The Daisy Utemorrah Award is for an unpublished manuscript of junior or YA fiction by a First Nations author. The 2023 Daisy Utemorrah Award is open to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people currently living in Australia. Read More.
Arts Projects for Individuals and Groups
This program funds a range of activities that deliver benefits to the arts sector and wider public, including national and international audiences and communities. 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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