ABOUT Be a part of a small team to learn about First Nations history and culture, focusing on what it means and looks like to acknowledge country meaningfully.
This Take Over will be led by Will Austin from Yarn Bark. Yarn Bark is a First Nations led organisation working to connect all people to the essence of First Nations history, culture, and community. Will Austin is a proud Keerray Wurrung and Peek Wurrung man, born and raised on Dja Dja Wurrung Country in Daylesford, Victoria. He is passionate about creating grassroots community change and helping to develop and support strong young leaders.
Will Austin & Alex Splitt Co-founders of Yarn Bark
This Take Over will be online with 2-hour sessions each week for 6-8 weeks.
On completion of this Take Over you will have a deeper understanding and knowledge of First Nation history and culture whilst also creating a video around what it means to acknowledge country meaningfully to be used to help others learn and understand.
WHO CAN JOIN? This Take Over is great for anyone who wants to learn more about First Nations history, culture, community, also, video creation and production, presentation, communication, and teamwork. No prior knowledge or experience is needed, all those who are interested are welcome!
WHAT'S NEXT? This Take Over is scheduled to begin May. An official start date will be chosen once the team is full. If you’re interested fill out our sign up form below and let us know. Our team will be in touch to get you started. Still not sure? Get in contact to find out more or head back to our Take Over page to see what else is on offer.