ATSI arts, culture and education policies or programs

Information, contact and links in this section prioritise policy, and arts and cultural education programs.

The contacts provided here aim to assist educators and artists to understand overarching arts and/or Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education policies and inform the development of appropriate and relevant programs for the delivery of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures in school communities.
 

Australian Government:

Mobile device applications:

Western Australian Government:

Arts and Cultural Education – independent Western Australian practitioners or programs:

Further reading:

Warning. Information in this section of the ArtsEdge website may contain the names, images or recordings of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people now deceased. The ArtsEdge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts and culture in education portal may also contain links to sites that may use images and/or recordings of Aboriginal and Islander people now deceased. Artists or educators researching Indigenous content for educational purposes should use their discretion when viewing online content.

Details about artists and organisations outside the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries do not constitute an endorsement of those artists or organisations or their programs, products or services. School communities are responsible for making their own assessment of these artists or organisations in accordance with relevant Department of Education policies, procedures and guidelines. Users should seek professional and specialised advice for their individual situations.