Talented young designer wins National Indigenous Fashion Award
Kieren Karritpul, a Ngen'gi wumirri designer from Nauiyu Nambiyu community, Daly River in the Northern Territory, has won the Textile Design Award in the inaugural 2020 National Indigenous Fashion Awards (NIFA).
Celebrating our deep-rooted love for trees
Givers of oxygen, providers of shade and shelters to our native wildlife – reasons to love trees never grows old.
‘Standing Strong Mudburra Man’ nominated for NIMA Album of the Year
Mudburra artist Ray Dimakarri Dixon’s debut album 'Standing Strong Mudburra Man', which was produced with assistance from RMIT’s School of Design, is a finalist for the 2020 National Indigenous Music Award’s Album of the Year.
American Academy of Arts and Sciences welcomes Aileen Moreton-Robinson
Indigenous Elder Scholar in Residence and leading radical thinker Distinguished Professor Aileen Moreton-Robinson has joined some of the world’s great scholars and thinkers in the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Artful mob brings Indigenous knowledge to heart of research
Harnessing the power of art to better integrate the knowledge of Indigenous communities into research has been profound and life-changing for PhD graduate Dr Elinor Assoulin.
New scholarship makes RMIT home for Indigenous students
A generous gift from student accommodation developer Cedar Pacific is providing accommodation scholarships to Indigenous students at Unilodge Royal Melbourne.