The Journal

“Country is inherent to our identity. It sustains our lives in every aspect - spiritually, physically, emotionally, socially, and culturally. It is more...
Reconciliation is more than a word. Reconciliation takes action.  This year’s powerful theme around Reconciliation Week highlights...
The National Day of Healing (National Sorry Day), is each year on the 26 May to remember and commemorate the mistreatment...
Deep earthy hues of healing greens and browns, soft oranges and pinks take us to Kalkadoon country, the land from which these ladies...
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults are three times more likely to go blind than other Australians, yet 94% of vision loss...
He’s an artist, an illustrator an animator and a designer who draws inspiration from his culture, his family, high school memories and...
We had the recent pleasure of getting to know a little more about Ryhia (pronounced rye-ah) Dank, the creative mind behind...
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have been serving in Australia’s military for more than a century. During the first world...
He’s a surfer, a super-fit donut lover and a down-to-earth model. If isn't surfing then you might find him CrossFit training, modelling or playing rugby...
Kylie Pascoe, the Producer at Ruby Red films recently reached out to us to let us know about a film that we wanted to share it with you...
She’s fun, she’s outgoing, she’s bubbly and warmer than a summer breeze…meet Adeline. As one of our recent Model Search winners...
Chances are, even if you were born here, you will have many friends who were not, or others whose parents came to Australia as...
The Close the Gap campaign began in 2006 after Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner Tom Calma...
The world through the eyes of Scott Rathman is a bright and bold place, brimming with colour. Scott is a big believer in creating work with...