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Emily Nicol

Emily nicol lives in Sydney and has Birri Gubba (North Queensland) and Murray Island (Torres-Strait) heritage. She is currently the producer/presenter of making tracks on Koori Radio, and a digital producer for Nitv.
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25 years of Screen Australia’s Indigenous Department

Indigenous screen industry veterans and emerging artists gathered at Carriageworks this week in Redfern to celebrate 25 years of Screen Australia’s Indigenous Department'.

MCA to showcase major survey of celebrated master bark painter

This exhibition will be a revelation. It recognises John Mawurndjul as one of Australia’s most important artists, and his contribution to the history of art and painting.

A voice like no other – A reflection on the life of Gurrumul

Although his family feared that it would be his great burden, tying him to a destiny of dependence, being born blind did not define the life of Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu.

Alexis Wright wins 2018 Stella Prize for groundbreaking memoir ‘Tracker’

Wright, a member of the Waanyi nation was awarded the $50,000 prize at a special event held last night at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney, taking out the top place amongst 170 entries.

Meet the 2018 CSIRO Indigenous STEM Early Career Award Winner

The $20k prize will give a much needed boost to ‘Barayamal’,  Foley’s charity which aims to inspire, engage and educate Indigenous youth and budding entrepreneurs within the Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) field.

Reclaiming our narrative: WEAVE festival presents an immersion in culture

The WEAVE Festival has been running throughout the month of March at the Australian Museum, inviting a new interpretation of the large collections of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Pacific artefacts held by the Museum.

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