“The line work is a nod to Barkindji line art which is my family's traditional style, however I wanted the work to feel like it could belong to all the Indigenous performers and speakers, so my focus was trying to show representations of earth, water and sky. I felt showing these representations could help encapsulate the many lands across the country the Indigenous performers are from.” - Jasmine Miikika Craciun
Immerse yourself in the full First Nations program – from keynotes and panels at the Conference to emerging new artists in the Festival, and in countless events across BIGSOUND’s four days.
Make sure you visit Yada Yutta-ba (House of First People) in Beirne Lane, within the Brunswick Street Mall - a place for supporting, promoting, and celebrating First Nations music and culture – drop in for a cuppa and a yarn!
Elder in Residence
We acknowledge the tremendous work of our Elder in Residence Uncle Kevin Starkey, in guiding us, and the invaluable support of the First Nations Conference & Festival Program Advisory Group, chaired by Cameron Costello (Quandamooka) and featuring Cerisa Benjamin (Jawoyn, Gurindiji, Warlpiri), Deline Briscoe (Yalanji), William Kepa (Kulkalgal Nation), Fred Leone (Garrwa, Butchulla, Tongan, South Sea), Dan Rennie (Larrakia, Yawuru), and Donna Woods (Bujiebara, Wakka Wakka).