Julia Winterflood

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Jan 03

Introducing Bibi Barba, the artist behind our Moments cards

Bibi Barba was born in Roma, Queensland, and raised in Liverpool, Sydney, Australia. Inspired by her Grandmother’s storytelling and her love of the land, Bibi’s artwork has a sense of vivid storytelling, melding traditional Aboriginal design with contemporary style. Speaking about her childhood Bibi says, “Every Sunday night we’d go to Nan’s for dinner, and …

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Oct 13

We work with 8CCC

Formed in 1981, 102.1FM 8CCC is an outback radio station with a proud history of unique programming and regular Central Australian/Barkly-inspired music. 8CCC decisions are made by a volunteer Board of Management and a part-time Station Manager. 8CCC’s vision is to involve and service the Alice Springs and Tennant Creek communities with services, programming and …

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Oct 13

We work with Indigenous Community TV

Indigenous Community Television is an Indigenous Australian television service, delivering cultural and community television programming to remote communities around Australia on Channel 601, VAST (Viewer Access Satellite Television) on Channel 41 in Alice Springs Broome and Roebourne and on ICTV PLAY.  ICTV PLAY is ICTV’s online video streaming service providing on-demand access to their extensive …

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Oct 13

We work with Waltja

Waltja Tjutangku Palyapayi Aboriginal Corporation (Waltja) is an Aboriginal controlled community-based organisation, which does good work with families, grounded in strong culture and relationships. They work in remote Central Australian Aboriginal communities, across nine languages and across more than one quarter of the Northern Territory. Our work with them: Management support Project development and grant …

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Sep 05

New Leadership Training Package

Centred in Choice is thrilled to announce that we are developing a new (yet to be named) Leadership Training package in collaboration with Bette Blance. Bette is the president of the William Glasser Institute New Zealand, a former member of the William Glasser Institute-Australia Board, and a former Australia and New Zealand representative on the …

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