Thank you to all teachers and education support staff who registered and attended our recent webinar.

We had over 80 education staff register and a recording of the webinar has been emailed to access for 2 weeks.

Attendees heard from Culture is Life’s Aboriginal educators Thara Brown, Shelley Ware & Belinda Duarte and Bardi Elder and cultural advisor of the Back to Nature Series, Aunty Munya Andrews.

A huge thank you to our project partners, the filmmakers of Back to Nature, for allowing us to offer this free of charge.

Keep up to date with future professional development opportunities and education resources on our website and subscribe to email.

Teachers can create a free account to access all our education resources here.


Sign up for our newsletter

Be the first to know about new projects and the latest from us.
We care about your data in our privacy policy.
This is your gentle reminder to go back on Country. We have learnt through our families, mob and had a reminder in our #BackToNature campaign all about the healing benefits of Country and nature. Go do something good for your mental health, whether it's a walk in the park, a day trip out of the city or a journey home to spend time with your mob. ๐Ÿ‘ฃ๐Ÿƒ

#Nature #Australia #Travel #MentalHealth
An amazing opportunity for any young musicians effected by COVID, the @adambriggsfoundation has just announced a new grant initiative. Info on how to apply below ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿฝ 

โ€ข

First Nations-led not-for-profit organisation, @adambriggsfoundation today announces Barpirdhila, a new grant initiative that provides assistance to First Nations artists who are working on a current music project that has been impacted by COVID-19. In the wake of COVID-19โ€™s devastating effect on musicians, the Barpirdhila grant is open to practising First Nations artists - established or emerging - who are working on a music-related project. 

To apply, Adam Briggs Foundation would expect the artistโ€™s project to already be underway, and due to be completed by the end of December 2022. Half of all grants will be reserved for female-identifying artists who are traditionally under-represented. Repost via @badapplesmusic 

#DeadlySounds #BadApplesMusic #AdamBriggsFoundation
Congrats to our board member @inala_cooper  for the launch of her new book #Marrul, launched at @readingsbooks on Lygon Street last week. 

We can't wait to read it! ๐Ÿ“šLink in bio โ€ฆ ๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿ’›โค๏ธ

โ€ข

Copies of my book #Marrul have arrived! Join me and the good people @readingsbooks in Lygon Street on Thursday 7th July for the official launch, with the amazing Jonathan Green from @abcradionational ๐Ÿ“šLink in bio โ€ฆ ๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿ’›โค๏ธ

Repost via @inala_cooper

#CultureIsLife #MustReads #BlakBooks
Our Fullaship mob representing โœŠ๐Ÿฝ

โ€ข

@leyquartermaine_  in the #NAIDOC Stand Up! hoodie

๐Ÿ“ธ @shotbyjoshua

Repost via @clothingthegaps 

#CultureIsLife #CiSLFullaship2022 #ClothingTheGaps
The Ceremony #EducationalResources are online now! ๐Ÿ“™๐Ÿง’๐Ÿฝ Culture is Life proudly developed the Teacher, Parent and Carer resources for the second book of the 'Welcome to Our Country' series 'Ceremony' written by @adamroy37 and @ellielaingnews and illustrated by David Hardy.

Download from link in bio ๐Ÿ”—

#CultureIsLife #ChildrensBooks #Education
Alright you mob, it's the last day of NAIDOC Week. Rest up ๐Ÿ˜ด๐Ÿ˜‚

#NAIDOCWeek #NAIDOCWeek2022 #GetUpStandUpShowUp #RestUp
On this day in 1971, the Aboriginal flag was first flown at Victoria Square, Adelaide on National Aborigines' Day [-o-] Still waiting on that emoji though @apple ๐Ÿง๐Ÿ˜‚

โค๏ธ๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ–ค

The flag is divided horizontally into equal halves of black (top) and red (bottom), with a yellow circle in the centre.

โšซ The black symbolises Aboriginal people.
๐ŸŸก The yellow represents the sun, the constant re-newer of life.
๐Ÿ”ด Red depicts the earth and peoples' relationship to the land, as well as ochre used in ceremonies.

๐Ÿ“ธ Photo by @daniel.boud at the Sydney Opera House, Warrane (Sydney)

#CultureIsLife #OnThisDay #AboriginalHistory #AustralianHistory