NAIDOC Week 2022
This year’s NAIDOC week theme of “Get Up! Stand up! Show up!” calls for change and support for First Nations peoples and communities. So here are some great resources, events, and podcasts that we have shared with our team!
“The Yalinguth app is an audio experience reflecting the oral tradition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Developed around Gertrude Street in Ngár-go/Fitzroy, the Yalinguth digital storytelling app uses geo-located stories and sounds to take you on a journey through time.”
The Koorie Heritage Trust (down at Fed Square) is an Aboriginal led and managed organisation. Their website includes current artistic exhibitions, public programs and various walking tours and workshops.
The NAIDOC website is a great place to search for local events and share in the celebrations.
“Students, staff, and community are invited to join the NAIDOC March which commences from VAHS Fitzroy (186 Nicholson Street) at 12 noon on Friday 8 July.”
“Join us to celebrate NAIDOC Week 2022 at the National Gallery of Victoria. Enjoy a day of free live music, performances, workshops and activities for kids! Explore the latest free exhibition Indigenous Art from the NGV Collection.”
NAIDOC Week and Being an Ally
Listening to Country with Jefa Greenaway and Amanda Healy
Christian-hampson-on-the-application-of-indigenous-culture-into-australias-sustainable Building Design
Beyond Sorry, Indigenous Design and Architecture
In Conversation Mphethi Morojele and Jefa Greenaway
Image: 2022 National NAIDOC logo