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Leadership programs

Since 2019, ILBIJERRI has been delivering on-the-job professional development programs, providing mentorship and leadership to prepare mid-career First Nations arts practitioners for leadership positions within ILBIJERRI and in the performing arts sector more broadly. These programs aim to become a successful model for increasing diversity in leadership for the entire sector, whilst also ensuring our […]

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Our sector development work

ILBIJERRI works to reclaim First Nations ways of working within the Australian arts sector, through programs and projects grounded in deep listening with and for Community and Country. ILBIJERRI is committed to a leadership role around best practice in cultural consciousness of First Peoples and ways of being. ILBIJERRI is committed to strengthening protocols and […]

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Social impact program

ILBIJERRI collaborates with partners to deliver innovative performance works that connect with mob, spark conversations, and sustain healthy communities. Our partnerships with government departments and health agencies coupled with our connection to Community ensures we deliver focused, socially impactful, works from a uniquely First Nations perspective.  These works are crafted from health message provocations, devised […]

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Bequests

Leaving a legacy A bequest is a deeply personal way of showing your support. Bequests have the power to transform arts organisations and are a remarkable way to share your passion for ILBIJERRI with future generations. When you remember ILBIJERRI in your will you are making a powerful commitment to change society through inspiring experiences. […]

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Corporate partnerships

ILBIJERRI works closely with our partners to design bespoke programs which deliver unique benefits for both parties. Our focus lies in creating meaningful, long-term relationships with organisations that share our values. We create unique partnerships that are tailored to provide powerful benefits for your organisation. ILBIJERRI presents distinctive theatre works of vision and scale, exploring […]

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Donate

Our donor community is an integral part of the ILBIJERRI family. Donations have a profound impact on ILBIJERRI and directly support our ability to tell the stories of First Nations peoples in ensuring they are made with integrity - culturally and artistically. ILBIJERRI remains a spearhead for the Australian Indigenous community in telling our stories. […]

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Our Partners

We couldn’t do all that we do without the incredible support of our major government, corporate, community and philanthropic partners. Their commitment to ILBIJERRI is invaluable, and we thank them for believing in our mission.  To discuss how you can support ILBIJERRI, please contact Kirsty on 0414347335 or email Kirsty@ilbijerri.com.au Government Core Funding Partners Other […]

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Our Patrons

MUDRURT (Blue Stars)$10,000 - $20,000 Ziyin Gantner & Carrillo Gantner ACJulie Kantor WAYETUCK (Black She-oak)$5,000 - $10,000 Wesley EnochLinda Herd DJELWUCK (Mulberries)$2,500 - $4,999 Jenny M Green WAR-RAK (Banksia)$1,000- $2,499 Bree AlexanderIeta D'CostaOlivia W GARAWANG (Apple-berries)$500- $999 Christine BaylySimon BedfordLauren BokStephen GomeTimothy GoodwinDebra JefferiesMeegan Jia-GoodEsther SingerLesley Somerville BURN-NA-LOOK (Blackwood)$100 - $499 Richard BarberJenny BatesJane BaylyNgaire […]

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Trusts and foundations

ILBIJERRI is much more than just a theatre company. The performing arts can shape society and enrich our lives. They inspire us as individuals and help us build stronger, more connected communities. ILBIJERRI works closely with a variety of generous funders to deliver programs across Australia which have a profound social impact. We welcome the opportunity […]

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Biw a Githalay

BIW A GITHALAY (The Crab and the Mangrove Tree) is a universal and interactive theatrical experience for children aged five and over. BIW A GITHALAY tells a culturally significant story that is shared across the diaspora of Saibai communities in Cairns, Brisbane, Bamaga and Thursday Island. It is a children’s bedtime story told in two […]

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