Digi Youth Arts

DYA are (occupied) Australia’s premier Indigenous youth arts organisation, delivering innovative ancestrally- connected programmes across southeast Queensland and beyond.

Appearances

Fri, Dec 2710:30AMTalking Circle
Fri, Dec 275:30PMTalking Circle
Fri, Dec 279:30PMTalking Circle
Sat, Dec 2810:30AMTalking Circle
Sat, Dec 285:30PMTalking Circle
Sat, Dec 289:30PMTalking Circle
Sun, Dec 2910:30AMTalking Circle
Sun, Dec 295:30PMTalking Circle
Sun, Dec 299:30PMTalking Circle
Mon, Dec 3010:30AMTalking Circle
Mon, Dec 305:30PMTalking Circle
Mon, Dec 309:30PMTalking Circle
Wed, Jan 0110:30AMTalking Circle
Wed, Jan 015:30PMTalking Circle

Where We Stand

Digi Youth Arts will be led by the Jinibara People to create an immersive experience sharing a future, that is connected to the past and grounded in the present. This experience is led by community engagement practices and is part of Digi Youth Arts’ where we stand project.  where we stand is a cross-community multi-arts project where Indigenous young people make work in response to country and place. With outcomes across Queensland, Digi Youth Arts will capture the past, present and future of this land’s identity through the eyes of the youngest generation of one of the oldest surviving cultures in the world.

Fri, Dec 279:00AMTalking Circle

Being the Future

Indigenous artists all across the country are taking the next steps from the Elders and creative leaders who have gone before them. The reclamation and resurgence of culture through creative practice makes for exciting time for young First Nations artists. Despite this progress, this country still has a long way to go. Digi Youth Arts discuss the realities of being an Indigenous artist, and why the only future is First Nations.

Sat, Dec 282:30PMTalking Circle