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'Urapun Muy by Deb Belyea, National NAIDOC Week Poster 2024

NAIDOC Week 2024 – Keep the fire burning! Blak, Loud and Proud

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Sun 7 – Sun 14 Jul 2024

Celebrate the unyielding spirit of our communities. We invite you to stand in solidarity, amplifying the voices that have long been silenced.

About NAIDOC Week

National NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia in the first week of July each year (Sunday to Sunday), to celebrate and recognise the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. NAIDOC Week is an opportunity for all Australians to learn about First Nations cultures and histories and participate in celebrations of the oldest, continuous living cultures on earth.

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NAIDOC Week Shorts

Tue 9 Jul at 7.30pm

From Boorloo to the misty scrub of Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung Country, our NAIDOC Week film program presents six short films on Blak resilience and excellence.

Curated by Jenna Rain Warwick

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The back of a t-shirt which reads: ACES, where respect, culture, knowledge and wisdom come together.

Morning tea and movie for Elders

On Wednesday 10 July, we're inviting First Nations Elders and carers from Aboriginal Community Elders Services (ACES) to ACMI for a special visit.

If you are a First Nations Elder and would like to attend, please contact Gavin Somers via email at gavin.somers@acmi.net.au or call us (03) 8663 2200.

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NAIDOC Week events

Find out what other NAIDOC Week events are happening around the state and nationally.

National NAIDOC
Stay up-to-date on the latest news, stories and updates from the national NAIDOC body.

Victorian NAIDOC
Learn more about Victorian NAIDOC events and news.

Beneath Roads

Beneath Roads is three-channel work that reveals the Indigenous experience and innovation underlying our national identity.

By juxtaposing archival government films, iconic Australian road movies and newly captured footage of the Aboriginal motorcycle club, The Southern Warriors, Beneath Roads reinserts First Peoples knowledge legacies and representation into our cinematic canon, recontextualising our relationship to history, culture and Country.

An ACMI Production, developed by Jenna Rain Warwick

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Aerial view of motorcycles - still from Beneath Roads (2024)

Blak Membership

ACMI’s Blak Membership gives Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (First Nations) people unique access to ACMI programs and community-only events throughout the year.

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2024 National NAIDOC Week Poster

‘Urapun Muy’ by Deb Belyea

The title of this work is from the Kalaw Kawaw Ya dialect of the Top Western Islands of the Torres Strait, and it means ‘One Fire'. It pays homage to Torres Strait Islanders and Aboriginal people everywhere, as we all have that one fire: our passion for our culture.

Uncle Elli's in The Adventures of Dolly, Jarra Karalinar Steel, More Than Just a Game (2022)

First Nations Stories

Get to the heart of screen culture with videos, essays, interviews and personal responses from Indigenous perspectives.

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