NAIDOC Week

NAIDOC Week The first fleet of western people arrived in Australia on January 26, 1788. To commemorate this, they labelled it ‘Australia Day’. However, this occasion only celebrates the history of the European settlers, and not the first Australians, the Aboriginal people. NAIDOC Week, in the 21st century, is an Continue Reading

Homeground

The former president of United States of America once stated, “If art is to nourish the roots of our culture, society must set the artist free to follow his vision wherever it takes him.” We do not know what America has to say about it, but the Australians are following Continue Reading

Garma Festival

Apart from the glittering beaches and soulful opera, Australia is rich in different aboriginal cultural heritages. Unlike the diminishing tribal patrimony throughout the world, Australians tribe culture has got a go with means of combining to the modern world, with their originality intact. Garma is significant tribal festival observed by Continue Reading