A Call to Dance: Review by Monique Grbec

What moves you? How do you move? These are the underlying questions dancer, choreographer, and activist Amrita Hepi is asking… Read more

RECENTRE; Sisters: Review by Timmah Ball

Kimberly Moulton’s essay Sovereign art and the colonial canon; Are we lost until we are found, which accompanies the ground-breaking exhibition Sovereignty, explicitly… Read more

Our Corka Bubs: Review by Jane Harrison

Our Corka Bubs, the first contemporary Aboriginal dance work designed especially for children, was choreographed by renowned dancer Gina Rings… Read more

UNATURALIZED: Review by Davey Thompson

As the crowd gathers along the river outside Signal, Peter Garrett’s voice echoes “the time has come to pay the… Read more

Chasing Smoke: Review by Angelina Hurley

Literally seconds into the opening scene, Chasing Smoke had their audience hooked. “Hey! Look out!,” exclaimed an audience member before… Read more

SHORE: Story: Review by Angelina Hurley

SHORE in NARRM by Emily Johnson The first night of SHORE: Story introduced the Yirramboi audience to a feast of… Read more

Native Girl Syndrome: Review by Timmah Ball

Native Girl Syndrome Scattered toys, cardboard boxes, plastic tarp, old clothes and two prams haphazardly intermingle across the stage in… Read more

Koorie Makers Festival – Libbi Gorr Broadcasting LIVE, Sunday 7 May

YIRRAMBOI First Nations Festivals is a ten day feast of arts and events showcasing the diversity and individuality of First… Read more

Yarn with Kerri-Lee Harding: YIRRAMBOI Blak Critic

Who your mob? I am Bindal – Juru & KOA on my mother’s side and my father is of English… Read more

Yarn with Monique Grbec: YIRRAMBOI Blak Critic

Who your mob? My mob are Wiradjuri Where are you from? I’m a descendant of the white Australia policy.  According to Freedom of Information files my Grandmother,… Read more