Huge congratulations on creating some Deadly sounds during a fabulous day of music making at Liverpool PCYC on Saturday May 11th in the state-of-the-art recording studio, Full Volume, run by Aaron Parkin. We will build on the sound wave created next time to make a music video in which all the How Big Are Your [...]
This last Sunday 7 April The How Big Are dreams Mob were fortunate to meet Dean Kelly (Aboriginal Community Officer, National Parks and Wildlife) at Lane Cove National Park to learn how to make traditional spears. The day started around a campfire with stories from Dean and Uncle Athol. We [...]
Message Sticks Festival… The Sydney Opera House sits on the traditional land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. As an icon of Australia, it also sits on an ancient midden, symbolic of a meeting place or Corroboree. How fitting then to see the How Big Are Your Dreams mob [...]
Congratulations to our Participants for climbing the Harbour Bridge this weekend! What an amazing view! Denzel King and Jaelen Feeney from the Junior Bulldogs also joined us and we thank them, Dean Feeney (NRL School to Work Program), Daren and Baz (Black on ya Feet) for a great weekend of footy and painting. Yarran also [...]
Participants were taken on a tour of the Australian Broadcast Corporation, getting to see behind the scenes and learning about careers in TV and Radio. During a delicious lunch at the Dab Café Auntie Joan joined us and afterwards we met James Sullivan (Jumbunna) and Alice McAulif (UTS Gallery) for a workshop on the exhibition [...]
Through the generosity of the Sydney Opera House and Ausdance NSW, Adelle, Patrick, and Yarran were fortunate to have the opportunity to join the South American based company CCN Creteil et Val-De-Marne, for a professional Hip Hop class, and to see a show performed live. What a fantastic experience!
We enjoyed food prepared and cooked by participants based on techniques they had learnt from Corey and we were joined by Sophia Romano (Jumbunna) and Lisa Aitken (Widening Participation) for a careers workshop. Thank you to Karen Vaughan and Robert C. Johnston for the edited films starring our very own participants shown on the Greenhalgh [...]
Special thanks to Ben Whittaker from Australia Rugby Union for generously supplying our families with tickets to the Waratahs V Brumbies Game at ANZ stadium!
Just to say a huge thank you for helping to make NAIDOC 2012 Deadly for the How Big Are Your Dreams Mob! Thanks to everyone for a great week away at the National Centre for Indigenous Excellence (NCIE). A fantastic and extremely busy time was had by all! We are very proud of [...]
It is now time to choose your project. Some ideas are: Photography: Flash Lab workshops and an exhibition Music producing: Young, Black and Deadly program, Koori Radio and Aaron, Liverpool PCYC Sailing: develop your skills through the Tribal Warrior program Traditional Dance: Tribal Warrior program Contemporary Dance: Bangarra Modern Dance: Bangarra and Move it Mob [...]
Thanks to Aaron and Daren for a great hip-hop session! The song How Big Are Dreams? will be completed soon for everyone to enjoy. Hope you are enjoying your Didjeridu / Yidaki instruments and tapping sticks. We thank Uncle Brian so much for making them and showing us how to use them. Please continue practicing [...]