RISE UP HEAL THE LAND
RISE UP HEAL THE LAND was written & performed by Tennant Creek kids during NAIDOC – Heal The Land – July school holiday program at MIFA (Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia) Tennant Creek Centre. Funded by Australian Government Social Services. Facilitated recorded filmed produced by Live Vibe Music July 2021.
SISTERS 4EVA is an original collaboration with a neural diverse client supported by NDIS. This work is performed by the sisters & celebrates family relationships. The bond between the sisters is demonstrated via song and actions; the empowering mantra ritual they do together tells the uplifting support story of one another & the movement sequences intimately shares a moving beyond their fears and anxieties reflecting a relationship of contentment, trust, love and a natural flow….. It is also worth noting that their mumma had a voice in the creation of this work also.
Facilitated recorded filmed produced by Live Vibe Music July 2020
TENNANT CREEK KIDS
TENNANT CREEK WARRIOR was written & performed by Tennant Creek kids during a school holiday program auspiced by MIFA(NT) miTrack program.
Facilitated recorded filmed produced by Live Vibe Music July 2018.
ALICE SPRINGS KIDS
LIFE was written & performed by Alice Springs kids during a school holiday program auspiced by MIFA(NT) miTrack program.
Facilitated recorded filmed produced by Live Vibe Music July 2018.
This SLIDESHOW / INTERVIEW is where some Tennant Creek Youth have their say & share some of themselves.
This project was a collaboration between miTrack program
mifa(nt) Tennant Creek & livevibemusic.com for the April 2018 school holiday program
This film clip is the Gunbalanya Dreaming Story while also highlighting some of the many activities the children engaged in during the Christmas School Holiday Program facilitated by Live Vibe Music in collaboration with the West Arnhem Regional Councils Youth Sport and Recreation Program Gunbalanya & Adjumarllal Aboriginal Corporations’ Stronger Communities for Children program and Prime Minister and Cabinet for funding this program
We would like to thank all the kids for their energy & enthusiasm & the parents that supported their kids & got involved. 2016
Keep Breathing – Asthma Awareness
A project initiated by Asthma NT Darwin aimed at delivering key awareness messages for adolescents, by them for them – in a two day workshop. All design, creation, singing and choreography was developed by the participants.
Created in a 3 hour workshop by Senior students of Drouin Secondary College as part of an English project in persuasive text in response to random one punch violence & explores the personal & social implications of the cowards punch.
Angurugu River was sung & performed by the Lalara Boyz & created over two 3hr sessions. Facilitated for GEMYDU as part of an audio engineering mentoring project for young men in the Angurugu Community on Groote Eylandt.
Kids were asked about what being strong meant to them & their answers were recorded as a soundtrack to the film clip shot on location in Gunbalanya. Created in Gunbalunya Aboriginal Community during a School holiday program July 2016.
‘Check ya Status’ has a Social media message
An original work by Senior students of Drouin Secondary College as part of an English project in persuasive text & explores the some of the social implications of internet social media. 2014
Kids enjoying & sharing their country & community to a soundtrack they co-wrote. Created in Gunbalunya Aboriginal Community during a School holiday program July 2015.
Home & Community
This collaborative work by Primary students from 4 different schools in the Cape York Region expresses why they call the region HOME. This was a work facilitated for PCAP Cape York Cluster School Project.
Anti Smoking message
Kick The Habit was created with the Yirrkala Homelands School SHEP Senior Girls students made in Garrthalala. A strong message facilitated for Miwatj Aboriginal Healths Tobacco Control Project.
Anti Drug message
Written by Yirrkala school boys. The project was supported by Artback NT (remote arts development & touring) and funded by the Commonwealth Government through DEWHAS contemporary music touring program (TRAX)
‘Keep the Peace’ – Alcohol Control
Primary students at Borroloola School write about the impact of Alcohol on the Community & encourage Community to drink responsibly. Written, sung & performed by young students at Boroloola School. Facilitated over two 3hr sessions for the NT Police Take Control of Alcohol Campaign. 2011
Angurugu Home Boyz – Community Safety message.
Written & recorded by Angurugu School Boys from Groote Eylandt. Written & recorded over two 3hr sessions with youth at risk. Supported by Artback NT (remote arts development & touring) and funded by the Commonwealth Government through DEWHAS contemporary music touring program (TRAX) 2010
Better Future is Strong Culture
Teenage girls message of strength, love of country & a bright future with positive leadership through following culture in Umbakumba Aboriginal Community on Groote Eylandt. Facilitated over two 2hr sessions for and auspiced by GEMYDU Groote Eylandt & Milyakburra Youth Development Unit Inc. 2014
Cultural Crafts Groote Eylandt
GEMYDU Women’s group.
Kathleen Mamarika and Bawinaya Murrungun are from Grooote Eylandt and share their expertise on how to traditionally gather local dyes & other raw materials for jewellery, soaps, dolls, weaving mats & baskets. Merchandise all made and sold by & through GEMYDU Women’s group via the Youth Development Unit by clicking on the following link
Groote Eylandt Milyakburra Youth Development Unit
Give It Up
An anti-tobacco song from the Yirrkala Homelands School SHEP students made in Garrthalala 2010. The commercial was facilitated and produced by Live Vibe Music for Miwatj Aboriginal Healths Tobacco Control Project
‘YAMARA’ means Community.
The Wurragwagwa Boys from Umbakumba on Groote Eylandt recorded & performed in this version of Yamara.
This video is the result of a
Live Vibe Music mobile studio install and
mentoring project supported by
GEMYDU & facilitated by
LVM teaching community band members how to use logic Pro.
LVM have built a body of work with Sunnyhaven Disability service in NSW and this clip is the result of a live jam around one question – Tell Ya A Story and participants improvised their answer to create the lyrics for the song.
Please note: this film is set to private as requested by Sunnyhaven Disability Service so if you would like to view it or any other of our privately set films email us and we can send you the link or DVD.
We also have a bunch of clips from several varied services that we don’t have copyright permission to host on our youtube site so with respect to their needs we also have them on a private setting. However we can provide them in DVD or Digital format by special request so please drop us an email if you are interested. Thank you for making it this far. Bless