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In June 2018, the ALC in partnership with the Federal Government finished building three cultural enterprise hubs, complete with multimedia areas, radio studios, offices, as well as places for cultural display and workshops, both indoors and out. Interactive technologies and media will enable our young people to immerse themselves within the emerging digital economies, in an educated and sophisticated manner. Performance spaces and music studios will support budding artists, while enabling traditional dance and song to be recorded and passed on to selected aficionados.
Groote Broadcasting enables communities to provide honest and true representation. It provides an outlet to challenge the negative stereo-types for the better.
Our Vision Statement: To value and build local capacity, create greater opportunity through consistent delivery, by listening and engaging with community while sharing skills in a safe space.
GROOTE PODCAST | Anindilyakwa Radio Program
Anindilyakwa Radio Program coordinator Percy Bishop and Angurugu Radio station manager Mike Andrews chat about community challenges, BLM, Covid-19, money and English football...amongst other things. [English]
Macy, Annabelle and Aly from Anindilyakwa Arts talk about ghostnet weaving and the old ways of using pandanas. [Anindilyakwa and English]
Anindilyakwa Land & Sea Rangers and Australian Institute of Marine Science research for mapping the seabed around Groote Eylandt. Dr Ben Radford from AIMS talks to Percy about the importance of understanding the habitats in the makarda and what kinds of fish live there. [English]
Jasmine and Mabel talk about the importance of having a voice for indigenous women and why they formed the Groote Eylandt & Milyakburra Strong Women's Group. [English]
The Australasian Foundation For Plastic Surgery talking about their Wound Care Outreach Program. Volunteer surgeons delivering practical wound management clinics for Aboriginal Health Practitioners, clinic nurses, GP's and community health workers in remote areas of the NT. [English]