National Talkblack 121020

National Talkblack 121020

We had:

Liz Highes, CEO of NIDA – National Institute of Dramatic Art talking about how YouTube has committed approx. $135,000 worth of scholarships for three creative individuals to study at NIDA. Launching in 2021, the YouTube Scholarship will be awarded to a successful applicant to any of NIDA’s six Bachelor of Fine Arts undergraduate courses, which span acting, design for performance, costume-making, props-making, set construction and technical theatre and stage management.More information:

Jefa Greenaway, Architect and Indigenous Curriculum Development at the University of Melbourne discussing Indigenous perspectives on sustainable development.

Jock Zonfrillo, The Orana Foundation Founder talking about the launch of their Indigenous Food Database. The Indigenous Food Database has seen 1,443 ingredients complied together for the first time from published literature on Indigenous uses, specific scientific knowledge, and species bioclimatic envelope information that has been outputted as maps on where to find them in Australia.

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