Binbi Wadyabay–Register now!

Binbi Wadyabay–Register now!

Binbi Wadyabay: Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages Forum 16th and 17th May 2018 – Rockhampton Dreamtime Cultural Centre, 703-751 Yaamba Road, Parkhurst QLD 4700 Registration: $160.00 Registrations close on the 1st of May 2018. To register please follow this link. There are a limited number of free registration spaces available for community members. The […]

Save the date!

Save the date!

QILAC is pleased to be planning “Binbi Wadyabay” the 2018 Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages Forum to be held at the Dreamtime Cultural Centre in Rockhampton on the 16th and 17th of May, in partnership with Darumbal Enterprises. More information will be sent out in the coming weeks, but please mark the dates […]

Kanji Waiburra – Wrap up

Kanji Waiburra – Wrap up

Kanji Waiburra, Queensland’s 2016 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages Forum, was a vibrant event coordinated collaboratively by the Queensland Indigenous Languages Advisory Committee and the Yugambeh Museum, Language and Heritage Research Centre. The gathering brought together language workers from across Queensland with more than on hundred people attending. A broad range of presentations for […]

Registrations Closing – Kanji Waiburra: Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages Forum

Registrations Closing – Kanji Waiburra: Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages Forum

Minyahgu all, This is your last chance to register for Kanji Waiburra as the closing date is Monday the 16th May. The program features a wide range of presentations that will interest everyone, from people taking first steps in learning or teaching their language, to long-term language professionals who are keen to keep pace with […]

Register now: Kanji Waiburra – Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages Forum

Register now: Kanji Waiburra – Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages Forum

Queensland Indigenous Languages Advisory Committee and the Yugambeh Museum, Language and Heritage Research Centre are pleased to announce the support of the Sofitel Hotel at Broadbeach to assist us in hosting Kanji Waiburra: Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages Forum 30th and 31st May – Gold Coast Sofitel Hotel, 81 Surf Parade, Broadbeach, Gold […]

Kanji Waiburra – Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages Forum

Kanji Waiburra – Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages Forum

Save the dates for Kanji Waiburra – Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages Forum Planning is underway for the Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages Forum to be held on the Gold Coast on the 30th and 31st May, in partnership with The Yugambeh Museum, Language and Heritage Research Centre. This will be […]

Learn to say G’day in an indigenous language

Learn to say G’day in an indigenous language

A Radio National story. Listen to the full program here. Brisbane’s Clancestry Festival is a week long celebration of First Nation Peoples. With an emphasis on art and culture, organisers of Clancestry are especially keen to engage non-indigenous Australians in the festivities. Curator Nadine McDonald-Dowd says the level of interest in indigenous culture has never […]

Dabba Yarrabil: Queensland’s first languages shared through song

Dabba Yarrabil: Queensland’s first languages shared through song

Media Release As part of the Queensland Music Festival, the Queensland Indigenous Languages Advisory Committee (QILAC) invite you to join them at Kuril Dhagun (State Library of Queensland) on the 25 July, 2015 in celebration of Queensland’s traditional languages, music and song. Through their work together the members of QILAC have become close friends and […]

Guali bula ŋina: The Queensland Indigenous Languages Forum – wrap up

Guali bula ŋina: The Queensland Indigenous Languages Forum – wrap up

Guali bula ŋina was a fantastic event coordinated collaboratively with the Central Queensland Languages Centre. The event brought together language workers from 16 different language groups around Queensland with a focus on Central Queensland. The program included a diverse array of presentations and practical workshops. Click here to download the program. Forum highlights were the […]