Digital Season | Free Stream | Recorded in the Joan Sutherland Theatre
Presented by Biennale of Sydney, University of Sydney and Sydney Opera House
On Demand Genre: First Nations, Kids & Families | Recommended for Years 9 - 12
Celebrate National NAIDOC Week with an inspirational line-up of iconoclastic young Indigenous Australian cultural thinkers and leaders.
As part of the 22nd Biennale of Sydney, titled NIRIN, Sovereign Ideas invites all Australians to embrace the true history of this country and look to the future.
The panel will offer an encouraging narrative of possibilities that counter stereotypes, stigmas, and tropes from one of Australia’s most iconic locations. Speakers include Emily Johnson, Corey Tutt, Lille Madden and DOBBY. Hosted by Rachael Hocking.
Hold your very own dance party with Daz and Jax Compton, stars of the popular TV show Move it Mob Style! Big and little kids alike are invited to learn contemporary Indigenous and hip-hop infused dance moves.
Each night at sunset, Badu Gili would light up the eastern Bennelong Sail with ancient First Nations stories in a spectacular seven-minute projection. As the lights are dimmed on the sails, we bring you Badu Gili to your living room.
Celebrate the passion and talent of our youth with the powerful voices of young Indigenous women from Gondwana Choirs with The Cat Empire’s Felix Riebl and special guests Emma Donovan, Peter Garrett and Briggs.