Final call for tomorrow morning’s PADC Indigenous Creatives Breakfast Commune

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Final call for tomorrow morning’s PADC Indigenous Creatives Breakfast Commune

The first PADC Commune of 2021 ticket sales has already been a roaring success, with over 60 tickets already gone for the event. Given the high interest, they have opened ticket sales for one last chance up until noon today – but this will be the final release as seating is limited in the venue.


You can grab your tickets here at both PADC member and non-member prices.

The PADC has been able to gather a fantastic collection of voices for this informal conversation around the topic of diversity in the communications industry, communications in WA and getting regional and Aboriginal voices integrated into the worlds of commercial creativity.

Speakers include:

Kevin Wilson, a young Wongai man and Creative Director from Nani Creative, who specialises in design for projects promoting Aboriginal tourism, business and community initiatives and consults on the design of Reconciliation Action Plans for organisations from all industries.

Victor Hunter, (via Zoom) who has Nyikina heritage in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, who provides a direct link to a vast network of Indigenous communities across Australia and bringing expertise in developing culturally appropriate training and employment programme including the Foundation for Indigenous Sustainable Health.

Nkanyezi Masango, (via Zoom) Executive Creative Director at King James Group in South Africa and the founder of Blackboard, an initiative that exposes teenagers from SA township government schools to the advertising and creative industry that normally would not have such access.

Tui Raven, Acting Curator of Indigenous Art, Art Gallery of Western Australia. Tui is a University of Western Australia alumni, Aboriginal cultural advisor and a proud Noongar/Yamatji woman. Educated with part-time studies in the school of hard knocks, her list of work experience can be described as a “Jack of all trades” which includes: administrative investigator, observational evidence gatherer, project officer, Indigenous policymaker, artist, carpenter and cocktail maker.

Special thanks to Chris Eyres and SBS Media, and PAV Event Solutions for sponsoring tomorrow’s event.