Applications Open for the Fullaship Program 2024
Applications are now open for the Fullaship Program 2024.
Walking the Djirringanj Dreaming
On the second anniversary of Uncle Max 'Dulumunmun' Harrison passing, Culture is Life staff were privileged and humbled to be following in his footsteps, walking the Djirringanj Dreaming trail on Yuin Country, guided by his grandson Dwayne ‘Naja’ Bannon-Harrison.
Walking Our Songlines with Language
Walking Our Songlines with Language is a healing journey of reconnection to language for Coota Girls Survivors, their descendants and the broader First Nations community made in partnership with Coota Girls Aboriginal Corporation.
Culture is Life hosted a three part webinar series designed for educators to deepen their knowledge and competence in teaching First Nations perspectives in our shared history, particularly Frontier Wars history in the The Australian Wars Curriculum.
First Weapons Education Resources
First Weapons explores the history and innovation behind the weapons used by First Nations peoples.
NAIDOC Week 2023 Education Resources
Culture is Life is honoured to be celebrating and sharing the knowledge and lived experiences of our Elders past and present, to ensure our stories as First Peoples are valued in every classroom around the Country.
Bidhi Galing Education Resources
Powerful and moving, Bidhi Galing (Big Rain) celebrates the Wiradyuri heroes of the Great Flood of Gundagai in 1852, told through the eyes of a young girl who is rescued from the raging floodwaters by her father.
2023 Fullaship: Warrane Intensive
The 2023 Fellows travelled to Warrane (Sydney), for their first intensive of the year.
The Australian Wars: Webinar Series
This three part webinar series is designed for educators to deepen their knowledge and competence in teaching First Nations perspectives in our shared history, particularly Frontier Wars history.
Indigenous Suicide Prevention Forum
Culture is Life travelled to Meanjin (Brisbane) on Tuurbal country for the Indigenous Suicide Prevention (ISP) Forum in March 2023.
Our Future Fire
A fireside yarn weaving culture, storytelling and live performances by young First Nations people from Culture is Life and the Singing Our Futures program at Port Fairy Folk Festival.
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