Society & Culture
EP #10 - Can Indigenous wisdom change the world? (Hineani Tunoa Roberts)
With an Australian mother and Indigenous Māori father, Hineani's mixed upbringing has provided her with a very unique lens through which she sees the world, and in this discussion she invites us to consider; Can Indigenous wisdom change the world?
Hineani Tunoa Roberts (ko Rongowhakaata iwi) works as a media artist in Naarm (Melbourne).
Her work takes inspiration from visual symbolism found in traditional Māori art and its strong design principles. She combines digital printmaking techniques, digital technology and design process to bring cultural iconography into a modern context.
EP#14 - How Indigenous Thinking Can Save the World (Tyson Yunkaporta)
EP #13 - The transformative power and magic of music. (HIATUS / Cyrus Shahrad)
EP #12 - Jet Stream Superman: Embracing your fears for a fulfilled life. (Marc Hauser)
EP #11 - Rites of passage: Creating liminal space for personal growth. (Dr. Arne Rubinstein)
EP #9 - CHASING YOUR DREAMS : Adventure, exploration & a sustainable life in the great outdoors (Jon Muir)
EP #8 - A REBEL CLOWN : Sharing hope, love & compassion with the world (Sabine Choucair - Clown Me In)
EP #7 - Defending the rights of the world's most vulnerable (Felicity Gerry QC - Australian Barrister of the year 2020)
EP #6 - Art, activism & protest to plant the seeds of change (Chips Mackinolty)
EP #5 - Storytelling for a more conscious & compassionate world (Alan Dean Foster)
EP #4 - An Aboriginal man's personal journey towards reconciliation (Henry Purcell)
EP #3 - Meditation & mindfulness to improve mental health, wellbeing and happiness (Ray Good)
EP #2 - Epidemic modelling and analysis : Covid-19 pandemic ( Omer Tzuk)
EP #1 - Activist filmmaking as a tool for social and political change (Iara Lee)