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2019, 2020, 2021
NAYRI NIARA FESTIVAL & LONGHOUSE HOBART
Nayri Niara Good Spirit Festival is a biennial gathering of music, ceremony, knowledge sharing and arts, held in a stunning cultural landscape that is lunawunna alonnah, Bruny Island, Tasmania. Huge thanks to all who joined us for the life-enhancing 2019 festival. The next festival will be held in 2021, and until then you can join us at the LongHouse, in Hobart or check out our gallery for highlights of the 2019 experience. More info on both via https://www.nayriniaragoodspirit.com
SUSTAINABLE FUTURES CONVENTION
Sustainable Dreaming was happy to support and document the third convention of this kind - held in Beautiful Gloucester, NSW. Partnering with Australia reMADE, to co-create a vision for 'a country that puts people and planet first, that upholds indigenous rights and acknowledges First Peoples as at the heart of who we are as a nation.,, that values our connection to the natural world, the equal worth of all people and the importance of community.' More info at https://gloucestersustainablefuture.com/ and www.australiaremade.org
ETHNO MUSIC CAMP, SOLOMON ISLANDS
Each Ethno Music camp draws participants from around the globe to join together, teach each other traditional songs from their cultures and perform these together. ETHNO Solomons involved musician from a variety of the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and Australia to perform at the Melanesian Arts and Cultural Festival in Honiara. Sustainable Dreaming was happy to support and document this process and we look forward to 2019. More info Ethno on Facebook or via http://macfest2018.com/
2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
A 3 month festival on Quandamooka Homelands (Moreton Bay Area, QLD) celebrating Culture, Country and People. Sustainable Dreaming is happy to support the management and media needs of this inaugaral festival. More info www.quandamookafestival.com.au
Self taught, guitar virtuoso, young Chris Tamwoy from the Torres Strait Islands, has been making waves in the music industry recently. We're proud to support him via management & promotions, including a new website - www.christamwoy.com. Coming very soon - his first EP, supported by Sustainable Dreaming & signed to Impossible Odds Records!
To support one of our talented, inspiring Dreamers, 'Weva Deva', weaver, teacher, and fibre artist Anaheke Metua we've created a set of 3 beautiful cards to show off her diverse work.
Sustainable Dreamers have come in to support SIMO (Stradbroke Island Management Organisation) the longest running environmental group on Minjerribah, North Stradbroke Island - since 1978! We've created a series of cards inspired by the fauna & flora of the island to help fundraising and promotions. To order cards, books, become a member, or connect with SIMO visit www.simo.org.au
Chris Tamwoy : Unearthed
Our 'Chris Tamwoy : Unearthed' Documentary went to air on NITV as part of their "Our Stories, Our Way, Everyday" series. A big thankyou to everyone who helped out. It is now available via SBS on demand for a short time. When its available online or for purchase we will post info on our Facebook page
October / November 2014
QUANDAMOOKA CULTURE TRACKS : ARTS & CULTURAL EXCHANGE
We're proud to have been able to secure funding, help organise and document the Quandamooka Culture Tracks project on Minjerribah, North Stradbroke Island. This was a 10-day cultural exchange between Quandamooka people, local residents, visiting artists from the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Tonga and Cook Islands. It included teaching and learning Traditional songs, dance, language, sharing stories, food, local cultural tours and more. It culminated in a combined performance at the annual Island Vibe Festival. Special thanks to Leweton Cultural Experience. More pics on our facebook page, and videos to come in 2015.
ICTV & IndigiTUBE
are currently featuring some of our films, including Chuulungan Media films and Frank Ansell's short peices.
'Aunty Joan' goes to air as part of NITV's "Our Stories, Our Way, Everyday" series. Thankyou Aunty Joan Hendriks, Joe Stewart, local community and all who helped out.
Lukaotem Gud Santo Festival, Fest Napuan, and the inaugural Singaout Musik Kamp are on in Espiritu Santo, and Efate Islands, Vanuatu.
Our Dreamers will be there for a month for filming and media training and cultural immersion .