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The AISNSW provides consultancy support to primary and secondary schools to create an authentic connection between their curriculum areas, their local Aboriginal community and engage with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture to enhance all students’ understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and knowledge systems.

Consultancy support is also available to schools to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.

 All AISNSW activities align with the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Strategy 2015

AISNSW Pilot Project: Improving Outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students

Watch the documentary and access the full report about the AISNSW project findings

De Greer-Yindimincarlie

Coming Together

We sit around the campfire and share a yarn together. Also we bring to that yarn our resources, strengths knowledges and learnings to share with each other. Our discussions make us aware of all that we have combined, and we soon work out that we have many resources, strengths, knowledges and learnings to achieve the goals we are aiming for. As a collaborative, we stand strong and resourceful, with the ability to achieve anything because of our connection to each other.

About the Artist

De Greer-Yindimincarlie is a curator, academic and multi award-winning artist from the Wiradjuri Nation in Central Western New South Wales, Australia. Now located in South Australia, De’s artwork is held in private and public collections internationally and across Australia. 

You can contact De through her website – www.yindiartz.com.au