We acknowledge and pay our respects to the Country that we travel through and share stories on.
We acknowledge and pay our respect to the Traditional Owners, Elder, Ancestors, and young leaders.
We acknowledge, with full respect, the strength of the First Nations people and communities, continuing to practice culture, and connection to Country.
We acknowledge, with full respect, the power and excellence of First Nation people and communities fighting to protect and look after Country, Community, Language and Lore, in the face of ongoing colonial interruptions and cultural genocide.
Always was, always will be, sacred Indigenous land.
In particular we acknowledge and pay our respects to the sovereign peoples of the Kulin Nations on whose unceded land ILBIJERRI Theatre Company is based.
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples should be advised that this website may contain images of deceased persons.
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. Our work is a contemporary expression of art as living culture, and maintains a unique connection to our old ways as storytellers. Through performances we write onto the public record stories of who we are. The different giving tiers in our program are named after plant species, referenced in the language of the Wurundjeri Peoples.
The commitment of our donors allows us to dream big and contribute to significant and meaningful change in the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people nation-wide. If you are in a position to do so, we ask for your support by making a tax-deductible donation.
Every gift, no matter what size, makes a difference.
All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible.
Rachael Maza in Beautiful One Day. Photo by Heidrun Lohr.