A painting by Coober Pedy women has won the Flinders-sponsored People’s Choice award at this year’s Our Mob, the 10th annual celebration of Australian Aboriginal artists.
Relational learning – an educational approach that puts the sharing of ideas and the importance of relationships front and centre – is the focus of an international event at Flinders.
Indigenous artist Brian Robinson will be in conversation with staff from the University’s Yunggorendi First Nations Centre today as part of Reconciliation Week.
Four academics from Flinders University’s Yunggorendi First Nations Centre have received funding for a project that will see them collaborate as multi-media artists.
Yunggorendi, the University’s First Nations Centre, has organised a range of events and displays to mark Reconciliation Week.
Associate Professor Daryle Rigney has been named Person of the Year in the South Australian NAIDOC awards.
The SA Government’s commitment to environmental restoration of the Coorong Lower Lakes grows out of a new model for agreements between governments and Indigenous people.
The extraordinary, and ironic, history of Australia’s Indigenous ANZACs will be the subject of a seminar at Flinders University Victoria Square.
Indigenous student Jessica Beinke has just graduated and collected an academic prize, but she has plenty of study ahead.