In recognition of Australia’s Indigenous culture and history, global live-streaming app, Bigo Live, is hosting three live-streaming panels in celebration of NAIDOC week.
Wednesday 7th July, 6:00pm – 7:00pm AEST
About: This panel will be led by three indigenous artists; Wanita Lowe, Nioka Lowe-Brennan and Maddison Gibbs. Conversations will focus on how the aboriginal arts collective, Boomalli, hopes to continue building awareness to the indigenous arts community.
Panel 2: Merrilee McNaught, Educator and Events Coordinator
Thursday 8th July, 7:00pm – 8:00pm AEST
About: Teacher and performer, Merrilee McNaught will be hosting a panel with CEO of Wingaru Education Mrs. Lesley Woodhouse, talking to the new national curriculum from an aboriginal perspective.
Panel 3: Michele Scarcella / Dr Antonio Dottore
Friday 9th July, 5:00pm – 6:00pm AEST
About: Dr Antonio Dottore interviews Aboriginal Health Management Advisor and chef, Michele Scarcella on bush tucker traditions and methods.
To watch and listen, download the app at apps.apple.com
[from left to right – Image] Dr. Antonio Dottore, Michele Scarcella, Merilee McNaught, Lesley Woodhouse, Tanna Drapier Nagas, Maddison Gibbs, Nioka Lowe Briennan, Wanita Lowe