The Yijala Yala Project is a long-term, multi artform project working with the Indigenous people of Roebourne, in the Pilbara, WA. Yijala Yala Project works with community members to create content and develop skills that assist in communicating their cultural heritage to a wide audience. It seeks to redefine how we as a nation view heritage conservation by exploring the inter-connection between past, present and future, young people and old people, static and dynamic elements and how critical they all are to the heritage of the ‘now’. Big hART is Australia’s highest producing and most critically acclaimed arts and social change company.
All of Big hART- Yijala Yala Project‘s documented work is colorful, energetic and inspiring – exactly the type of content an arts non-profit should be creating to excite those involved and to engage an outside audience, like us!
Enjoy the newest short film Big hART has released. Watch kids do what kids love to do best dance, sing, make a mess, make noise and play … Big hART and the Community of Roebourne present JUNK PUNKS …
If you enjoyed JUNK PUNKS then we highly recommend you watch an earlier released film – RIVER GIRLS.
For a full list of credits and further information visit Yijala Yala Project’s website.