Yijala Yala Project is a long-term, multi-platform arts project based in Ieramugadu (Roebourne) focused on telling the story of the community’s culture, history and future in a range of media: theatre, film, games, iPad applications and music. Through arts and digital media skill development and content creation, it explores the inter-connection between past, present and future, young people and older generations, ancient and modern culture and how critical they all are to the heritage of the ‘now’.
Comic-Con Perth, we’re coming for you! Oz Comic Con showcases a wealth of local and international talent and is an awesome opportunity to share NEOMAD with pop-culture fans at the biggest and the best expo of its kind in Australia. Love Punks Garuwarra and Born Ready will be joining Satellite Sister Ali to meet NEOMAD lovers [...]
If you were in Perth over the last week then maybe you were lucky enough to get along to the Perth Writers Festival, or the inaugural INDIGital symposium. Yijala Yala Project collaborators Tyson Mowarin and Stuart Campbell wowed the crowd with their work on storytelling using innovative media, including interactive iPad apps Warlu Song, Ngurrara [...]
The 2014 Perth Festival is well underway, but we are looking forward to getting amongst it this weekend and early next week. First up is the Perth Writers Festival, kicking off on Thursday, with Yijala Yala Project’s Stu Campbell and Tyson Mowarin from Weerianna Street Media appearing at two awesome-sounding sessions. The first is ‘Graphic [...]
To kick off the new school year we’ve made the NEOMAD iPad app a FREE download for February! So if you’re at school, you’ve got kids in school, you’re a very cool teacher or you just like awesome things, now’s the time to head over to the iTunes App Store and get on board. Not only do [...]
Those interested in arts, culture and digital possibilities should definitely get on board INDIGital, coming up in Perth next month. A free one-day digital storytelling symposium, INDIGital is presented by Perth International Arts Festival with Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company and will take place on the 24th of February. The symposium brings together Indigenous practitioners working across [...]