Ella Noah Bancroft is an Bundjalung woman based in the Northern NSW. She is a born artist, storyteller, teacher, director and mentor.
Her latest artworks are ones that brings together contemporary Indigenous artistic practices with topics of lesbian love, environmental forces and female engagement and empowerment.
IndigenousX’s first ComiX Competition is now accepting submissions IndigenousX is looking to unearth Indigenous comic illustrators whose work seeks to redefine how our mob are represented in media and society. The winner will receive 3 mentorship sessions with Cleverman creator Ryan Griffen and Gestalt Comics editor-in-chief Wolf Bylsma. “I’m extremely excited to see what talent our people have in the comic …
“By putting a whole range of projects together that mark out some kind of broad perimeter that Aboriginality can exist inside of, it’s offering more than a tick-the-box example, or a single way of thinking of our world. We’re pulling Aboriginality out in lots of different directions because we are more diverse. And no one else gets to define who we are. We get to define who we are,” says 2017 festival director Wesley Enoch.
Shirley Gilbert was Indigenous X host from July 22 to July 27.
Celeste Liddle was the IndigenousX host from June 19 to June 25.
Mark Lock was Indigenous X host from June 2 to June 19.
Matthew Cooke was Indigenous X host from May 29 to June 2.
Kelly Briggs was Indigenous X host from May 22 to May 29.
Join us to hear Luke Pearson’s views on Australian racism, identity, Indigenous affairs, and social media in his own unique style. Luke has worked as a teacher, researcher, traditional dancer, public speaker, anti-racism trainer, online advocate and social media consultant. Luke is an outspoken Indigenous social commentator and the man behind social media phenomena, @IndigenousX. Luke is passionate about Indigenous …
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